The Popular Iranian Resistance Movement, which is most commonly known by its name Jundullah, denied in an internet statement that any of the three men executed by the Iranian regime had anything to do with the bombing of Zehdan mosque last Thursday - an attack which the group had taken credit for. The statement indicated that only one of the three men was connected to the group, but had no link with the group's military activities.
In retaliation for the death of the three men, the group urged Baluchis and Sunnis to execute all settlers in Baluchestan. "We hereby urge all Baluch youths to execute all settlers present in baluchestan, and we shall offer a reward for anybody who kills a settler."
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