Iran worry retaliation from fighters during Syrian campaign

A week after the terror at Ahvaz, Iranian civilians protest against Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the US.

    There are growing concerns in Tehran that fighters defeated by Iranian forces during the Syrian campaign, will now regroup and target them at home.

    It's been a week since 25 people were killed in the city of Ahvaz, when gunmen opened fire during an event to commemorate the Iran-Iraq War.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran.


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