Jundallah
An image taken from the Sunni Muslim militant group Jundallah (Soldiers of God) website, allegedly shows Saiful Rahman Chabahari (L) and Hessan Khashi (R), the two men who attacked a religious parade in the Iranian city of Chabahar. - AFP Photo

TEHRAN: Iran on Monday hanged 11 members of Sunni militant group Jundallah which claimed last week's devastating suicide bombing of a Shiite mourning procession, a judiciary official said.

“This morning 11 members of those belonging to (Jundallah), who in recent months were involved in terrorist attacks in the province (Sistan-Baluchestan), fighting with police, and martyring several innocent people have been hanged in Zahedan jail,” Ebrahim Hamidi, head of the provincial justice department, told state news agency IRNA.

Jundallah (Army of God) is a shadowy Sunni militant group which has claimed several deadly attacks in Iran's Sistan-Baluchestan province, including a December 15 suicide bombing in the city of Chabahar which killed 39 people and wounded dozens. – AFP