The situation in Iran has worsened again, the sea of ​​people has become muddy on the roads

The situation in Iran has worsened again, the sea of ​​people has become muddy on the roads

The situation in Iran has worsened again, the sea of ​​people has become muddy on the roads

The situation in Iran has worsened again, the sea of ​​people has become muddy on the roads

Demonstrators demanded the resignation of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei in protest

The situation in Tehran has worsened again, people’s sea has become muddy on the roads, protesters demanded the resignation of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. According to details, once again in Iran, the sea of ​​people has taken to the streets against Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader. The Iranian people became furious after the Iranian government on Saturday confessed to killing Ukrainian aircraft.
Until the last reports, the Iranian capital, Tehran, has been holding a massive protest.

Demonstrators demand that the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, resign.

While it is clear that in the past days there have been mass protests in Iran. These protests were regarded as the largest mass movement in Iran since the 1979 Iranian revolution.

During these demonstrations, power was used against the protesters at the behest of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, which killed more than 1,500 protesters. According to media reports, the Iranian people are fed up with economic sanctions imposed on the country. Iranian protesters believe that the sanctions imposed on the country by Iran’s leadership are only affecting the general public, while the wealth of Iranian leadership is only increasing.
These people themselves live in palaces, but the general public is moving from poor to poor as a result of economic sanctions. In the last election, the Iranian people won the promise of improving Hasan Rouhani’s relations with the international community and removing the country from economic sanctions, but no promise of the people could be fulfilled. The recent tensions with the United States during which no US casualties have occurred, have resulted in more severe economic sanctions on Iran.

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