- Ammunition encountered by security forces
- live bullets have been used
- Iran’s main news channel was hacked
Muslims Women protest in Iran: Demonstrations have been going on in Iran for the last four weeks. The Iranian police have made a million efforts but the demonstration is not taking the name of stopping. On Sunday, Iranian school children who arrived in a van without a license plate were arrested by security forces inside the school premises. The Guardian reported that authorities also closed all schools and higher education institutions in Iranian Kurdistan on Sunday. Even after weeks of protests over the death of 22-year-old Mashi Amini, there is discontent among the people.
Rights groups said protests broke out in dozens of Iranian cities early Sunday, with hundreds of high school girls and university students facing teargas, clubs and, in many cases, ammunition by security forces. Tehran has denied that live bullets were used, The Guardian reported.
Iran’s main news channels hacked
On Saturday, Iran’s main news channel was hacked. The Guardian reported that the country’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was attending a meeting in the southern city of Bushehr. These photographs were replaced with photographs of dead protesters. An image was also circulated showing Khamenei in crosshairs and in flames during the interruption, for which the hacktivist group Adlat-e Ali claimed responsibility. A message was released with pictures on the screen, which read, ‘Join us and raise your voice’ and demanded justice.
so many people have died so far
Government officials claim Western-backed media are giving a false picture of gatherings scattered after the arrival of security forces, but a Norway-based Iran human rights group said on Saturday that 185 people, including at least 19 children, were killed in nationwide demonstrations. went. Supporters of the protests sparked by Amini’s death in Tehran after she was arrested by police for not wearing a hijab properly, say the strength and originality of the often spontaneous demonstrations is a separation from a younger generation to the elderly. Indicates depth.
President Raisi holds meeting with security officials
Iranian Education Minister Mohamed Mahdi Kazem said that no expulsion from schools had been issued, despite photos being released of vans entering schools. He said that the parents of the students involved in the protests are being contacted. Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi met with security officials to discuss how to make the ban more effective.
Iran’s deputy interior minister, Sayyed Mirhamdi, said: “Yesterday, except in Tehran and Sanandaj, the country was completely peaceful – from now on, those arrested in the riots will remain in prison until trial.” Business groups said that platforms like Instagram are being repeatedly imposed internet black-outs by the regime, severely hurting business activity with 40 to 70 percent drop in sales for small to medium-sized enterprises. Is.
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