Last Wednesday,  7th of June, in two separate attacks to the Islamic Republic of Iran parliament and Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini assembly mausoleum, dozens of people were killed and wounded, which
created a wave of security forces in Sunni areas of Iran.

Soon after these attacks, the authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran in its statement condemning the action of the terror attacks and orders to suppress any threat to the country, which we can see it in the words of Ayatollah Khamenei, ordered the authorities to fire and justified the repression of religious minorities. A day after those attacks, Iranian regime started to mass arrest, which 5 people have arrested in Kirmaşan of Rojhelat (eastern Kurdistan), four people killed in Hormozgan and dozens of people arrested in other parts of Iran such Alborz and Tehran. This leads to an obvious gap between different religions and nationalities in Iran. After the terrorist attacks widening gap between the government and the religious and national minorities more than ever.

The security agencies started to spy on people in the provinces with Sunni population, such as Kurdistan, Kirmaşan and Khuzestan. Mass arresting and killings in those provinces, created a waves of hatred which organized by the government agencies and organizations spread out in the media and social networks. Incompetence in managing the security of citizens and the rule of hatred by army forces, leads to a large division between religious and nationalities living in Iran.

Because of this situation, the religious and linguistic minorities have been limited further and it leads to discrimination against religious and nationality minorities.  It seems that the government deliberately tried to create this atmosphere of repression to suppress any civil and democratic actions and movements inside Iran.