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Kurdish group KODAR condemns attacks in Tehran calls for democratic change -


Kurdish group KODAR condemns attacks in Tehran calls for democratic change - In a statement on Thursday KODAR said only democratic change could put a stop to "terror and violence in Iran."

"Terrorism cannot be ended using fascist, hegemonic and violent methods. The methods [used in Tehran] are another form of terrorism. The Iranian regime is one of the powers responsible for the chaos in the Middle East and is trying to export its Islamic Revolution to other countries by using religion and terror."

The statement also added that ordinary people were paying the price for the Iranian regime's oppressive policies and that these policies were contributing to the deepening of the chaos and crisis in the Middle East.

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