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تیراندازی تروریستی در پیرانشهر/شهادت ۳ رزمنده قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا + اسامی شهدا
روابط عمومی قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا نیروی زمینی سپاه (ع) از شهادت سه تن از رزمندگان غیور این قرارگاه در حادثه تروریستی پیرانشهر خبر داد.   نسیم توسعه به نقل از تسنیم:  روابط عمومی قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا نیروی زمینی سپاه (ع) از شهادت سه تن از رزمندگان غیور این قرارگاه در حادثه تروریستی پیرانشهر خبر داد. […]

روابط عمومی قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا نیروی زمینی سپاه (ع) از شهادت سه تن از رزمندگان غیور این قرارگاه در حادثه تروریستی پیرانشهر خبر داد.



تیراندازی تروریست‌ها به خودروی سپاه در پیرانشهر /‌ شهادت 3 رزمنده قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا

 

نسیم توسعه به نقل از تسنیم:  روابط عمومی قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا نیروی زمینی سپاه (ع) از شهادت سه تن از رزمندگان غیور این قرارگاه در حادثه تروریستی پیرانشهر خبر داد.

عصر امروز‌ خودروی حامل رزمندگان قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا (ع) که در حال انجام ماموریت بود‌، در محل ورودی شهرستان پیرانشهر مورد حمله تروریست‌های کوردل وابسته به استکبار جهانی قرار گرفت‌ که در‌ این حادثه تروریستی سه تن از رزمندگان غیور قرارگاه حمزه به نام‌های حاصل احمدی‌، ستار پیروتی و امید ملازاده به شهادت رسیدند و یک نفر دیگر نیز مجروح شد.

‌‌روابط عمومی قرارگاه حمزه سیدالشهدا نیروی زمینی سپاه (ع) تاکید کرد: اقدامات اطلاعاتی و عملیات تعقیب تروریست‌های متواری ادامه دارد.

 

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