More bombs going off in Iran

I wonder what would happen in the U.S. if Iran were threatening to attack us and refusing to take the use of nuclear weapons off the table—while all the while funding separatist movements here, just as bombs were going off in U.S. cities.

I bet we’d be pretty mad! Fortunately, it’s only us doing it to them, so it doesn’t count:

TEHRAN, Iran – A bomb exploded in southeastern Iran late Friday, near the site where an explosion this week killed 11 members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, and clashes broke out afterward between Iranian police and insurgents, Iranian news agencies reported.

“The sound of a bomb explosion was heard in one of Zahedan’s streets,” IRNA, Iran’s official news agency, reported. The report gave no further details, including whether there were casualties. The semiofficial Fars news agency said the explosion was at a school and was followed by clashes…

On Wednesday, a car bomb blew up a bus owned by the elite Revolutionary Guards in Zahedan, capital of the Sistan-Baluchestan province on the border with Pakistan.

A Sunni Muslim militant group called Jundallah, or God’s Brigade, which has been blamed for past attacks on Iranian troops, claimed responsibility for the Wednesday bombing.

Iran has accused the United States of backing militants to destabilize the country…

A majority of Iran’s population are Shiite Muslims but minority Sunnis live in southeastern Iran.