Though Israel wasn't cited as a suspect in the attack, the alternative could be worse. Jundallah - Soldiers of God - has fought an insurgency with Iran since at least 2003, when the organization was believed to have formed in Balochistan.
Al Jazeera's Nazinene Moshiri reported from Tehran, "Just three weeks before presidential elections there was a big explosion in that area, where 25 people were killed and more than 100 injured. The head of Jundullah said that his group carried out the attack. The Iranian's say that they are carrying out a duel war against drug traffickers and Jundullah, which they claim is linked to al-Qaeda."
Ali Larijani, Iran's parliamentary speaker, reportedly said, "We consider the recent terrorist attack to be the result of US action. This is the sign of America's animosity against our country." However, President Ahmadinejad claimed, "We were informed that some security agents in Pakistan are cooperating with the main elements of this terrorist incident... We regard it as our right to demand these criminals from them."
The trail from an Iranian general is perilous regardless of where it leads. Will negotiations with Iran's nuclear weapons be effected?