Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the “conspiracy” previously developed and used by the US against Syria and Libya has failed in Iran.
The hardline president says the US and other “enemies” are trying to implement a model already used in Libya and Syria to “destabilize” Iran, but that their “conspiracy is futile at home.” It has been proven,” he said.
A senior Islamic Republic official has repeated a past practice, blaming the United States and other “enemies” for the ongoing protests.
“We have to deal with people who create riots and unrest,” Raisi added Saturday to a group of college students, but he said Iran’s cities are now calm, despite ongoing protests. claimed.
Since the beginning of recent protests in Iran, sparked by the death of Martha Amini in police custody, security forces have violently suppressed demonstrators, killing about 10, including dozens of children. Killed 300 people.
The protests, which were also severely suppressed in schools and universities, prompted many governments, including the United States, to express solidarity with the Iranian people, provoking a global reaction.
Raishi’s allegations of an “enemy conspiracy” to turn Iran into Syria come in a context in which Bashar al-Assad’s crackdown on protesters in Syria was only made possible by military support and troops from Iran and Russia. there is