Source Pravda.Ru

"Abu Bakr Brigade" Organisation Declared Its Members had Blown up Iranian Il-76 Plane

An earlier unknown organisation, "Abu Bakr Brigade", declared that its members blew up the Iranian Il-76 plane made in Russia. A total of 302 servicemen of the 41st division of the Guards Corps of the Iranian Revolution were on its board.

The Saudi newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Ausat published on Friday a statement of this organisation which says that its members sacrificed their lives to shoot down the plane and that the blows at the Iranian regime and its representatives will continue.

The newspaper does not rule out that the act of terror could be a vengeance for the arrest of a group of al-Qaeda militants who left Pakistan for Iran.

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