The protests over Mahsa Amini’s death are so horrific that Khomeini’s house is burned down


Wave of demonstrations in Iran due to death Masa Amini is getting scary. The old house of former Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who was also the founder of the Iranian state, has been set on fire.

Protests have taken place in various parts of Iran since September 16, when an Iranian Kurdish woman named Masa Amini (22) died about three days after collapsing while in the custody of the morality police. She was detained in Tehran on suspicion of violating the strict hijab rules.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi accused the US of using a ‘destabilizing policy’ against the Islamic republic over the death protests Masa Consider.

The news agency reports it AFP extension, Thursday (10/13/2022), street violence left dozens dead, mostly protesters but also members of the security forces. Hundreds of protesters were also arrested.

“Following America’s failures in militarization and sanctions, Washington and its allies have resorted to failed destabilization policies,” Raisi said at a summit in Kazakhstan.

Iran has “revoked American military options and … inflicted a humiliating defeat on the policy of sanctions and maximum pressure,” he said, quoted by his office.

Washington has been known to impose a series of crippling sanctions on Tehran since 2018, when then US President Donald Trump withdrew his country from the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

Earlier, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also accused Iran’s sworn enemies the US and Israel of fomenting “riots”.

“Today, everyone confirmed the enemy’s involvement in these street riots,” Khamenei said.

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