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Announced on Thursday, "Farouq Battalion in the Syrian army free" for detention of seven Iranians, while the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that unidentified men kidnapped 11 Iranian operatives inside Syria on their way to the capital Damascus by road to visit the holy sites there.
She explained, "Farouq Battalion in the Syrian army free" that five of them belong to one of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard officer, was arrested gunmen and snipers were working under the command of the security branch of the air in Homs. The others are civilians working for the station electrical and gender would be freed.
Meanwhile, the spokesman condemned the Iranian Foreign Ministry Ramin Mehmanparast kidnapped 11 Iranian pilgrims were on their way by land to Damascus to visit the holy sites by an unknown group.

The spokesman called on the Syrian authorities to use all their means to release them quickly, as reported the official Iranian news agency (IRNA).

He added that such acts are contrary to the principles of humanity and the moral and international obligations is not justified at all, and that is expected to be released from Iranian captors as soon as possible.

The director of the Office of the pilgrimage and the visit of Iran in Syria Massoud Brothers has announced the kidnapping of the Iranians.

Brothers said in a statement to the Agency of Iran in Damascus, said that the bus they were traveling was on its way from the city of Aleppo in northern Syria, to Damascus, where intercepted by armed elements of the center of the country, was kidnapped 11 of the passengers on the bus.

It was scheduled that these visitors after visiting the holy sites in Syria to visit Iraq as well.

It is noteworthy that the incident was the second kidnapping against Iranians in Syria, where the kidnapped five Iranians last month.

Source: Agencies

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