ISIS says it made no announcement about Soleimani memorial

Western media is claiming that ISIS has ‘taken credit’ for two suicide bombings on Wednesday in the Iranian city of Kerman, but key ISIS contacts have said that is absolutely rubbish and is not true.

ISIS in Afghanistan and Syria said "not us"

Background photo is a live video capture.  Art, cropping, enhancement by Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine.

The picture and its story: Late Friday, ISIS in Syria and in Afghanistan messaged via women at birthing clinics in both countries to say that ISIS “did not support the killing of Qassem Soleimani in January 2020, and did not deploy ‘martyrs’ to the memorial for Soleimani who was killed by the same infidels who have been killing ISIS leaders [in Syria]”.

The messages followed a confrontation near the city of Deir Ezzor where a woman was expecting assistance to deliver her baby and a RINJ Woman tore into her complaining about the massive number of women and children killed allegedly by ISIS on Wednesday at the memorial service for Mr. Soleimani on the 4th anniversary of the mass murder done by the USA which killed Mr. Soleimani and some 11 other people in Baghdad.

On Wednesday, most of the persons killed were women and children including about a dozen Afghanis.

“In light of the massacres of women and children taking place in Gaza done by Israel, and America it was pure madness to suggest that ISIS or any Salafist would step out and do the same thing. This is outrageous and proves that ISIS, al Qaeda, America and Israel are all birds of a feather as misogynistic haters and killers of women and their babies,” said a furious doctor who does not wish to be named in this matter but who was being redressed for the outburst that prompted the ISIS dialogue.

“The RINJ Nurses Without Borders do not turn anyone away from birthing clinics or other women’s services facilities,” explained Geraldine Frisque, spokesperson for The RINJ Foundation. Ms. Frisque also set out that the woman who became upset at a birthing clinic in Syria received special treatment including a private room, an apology, and she and her family were gifted with a special package of donated women’s care and infant care take-home products.

The ISIS sources denying involvement in the suicide bombing of the IRGC memorial in Kerman cannot be verified but according to the persons contacted, the information was believed by those who shared the message.

Reportedly Iran has arrested on Friday, persons Iranian authorities believe were involved in the bomb making.

ISIS has a long history of much smaller but similar attacks against Iranians in Iran.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi was among mourners in the southern city of Kerman on Thursday. Some 89 persons were killed and many more were injured. President Raisi and other officials have been vitriolic in their assertions that retaliations will be meted out at a time of the Islamic Republic’s choosing.