Kurdish terror group, Komalah attacks Iran's embassy in Paris
Members of Kurdish terrorist group, Komalah, attacked the compound of the Iranian embassy in Paris on Friday evening, with no reaction being shown by the French police.
The attack on the embassy came after the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps on September 8 launched a missile attack on a center in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region that was used for training anti-Iran elements and hosted a meeting of terrorist leaders.
French police refused to protect the embassy compound and was not present at the time of the attack, despite the fact that it was aware of the assault.
The terrorists had a role in the killing of Iranian soldiers at a border post in the western city of Marivan.
The Komalah is an Iraqi-based terrorist organization which has carried out assassinations in western Iran since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.