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Khamenei: These evils will be put to an end

Iran’s leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said about the protests and the armed attacks in various cities, “These evils will be put to an end and Iran will continue on its way stronger.”

According to Iranian state television, Khamenei talked about the wave of protests in the country and the recent armed attacks in the capital Tehran, where he met with a group that came to visit him representing the city of Isfahan.


Arguing that the events in the country were organized by the enemies, Khamenei said, “The main organizers of the recent rebellions are trying to tire the state by continuing their evil actions because they failed to bring the people to the squares. Of course, they are wrong because these evils tire the people and make them hate them even more.” he said.

“These incidents, crimes and destruction create problems for people and business, but they are too despicable to harm the state. These evils will be put to an end and Iran will continue on its way stronger.” made its assessment.


Saying that those involved in crime during the protests should be punished, Khamenei said, “Those who damage public property, commit murder and disturb the peace of the people should be punished in proportion to the crimes they commit. Of course, this must be done through the judiciary. No one can arbitrarily punish anyone.” used his statements.


The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Emini on September 16, who was taken to hospital in a coma after being detained by the Irshad patrols known as the “morality police” in Tehran on September 13, “on the grounds that she did not comply with the headscarf rules”, sparked protests against the government of the country.

Although there are statements from official sources that civilians and security forces died in the incidents, there is no clear information about the number of deaths.

Norway-based Iranian Human Rights Organization, on the other hand, announced the previous day that 342 people died in the demonstrations. According to the news reflected in the Iranian media, more than 50 security guards lost their lives during the demonstrations.

The Iranian administration evaluates the events that have been going on for two months as a “conspiracy of forces such as the USA, Israel and England aiming to break up the country”. (AA)

Source From: Sozcu

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