Amid ongoing protests against the Iranian regime amid reports of executions and killings of women and activists in the country, Misa Alinejad, who has long been known to oppose Iran’s strict Shari’a law, said the investigation would take place. He posted a video on Twitter detailing the results.
“People have a right to know whether the children of government officials went abroad with their own money, with the money of the ‘Great Satan’ America, or with their father’s money,” Alinejad said. . video.
Granddaughter of cleric Ayatollah Yazidi. Iran expert meeting He reportedly studied and lived in the United States until his death in 2020. Alinejad tried to reach her over the video, but her husband declined to comment and hung up on her journalist.
“Money stolen from us by oppression is now in the hands of their children.”
Alinejad’s investigation found that two children of former health board chairman Ali Nobakht Tehrani attended school in the United States. His son Ethan Novakt lives in Washington and his daughter Niloufer lives in Los Angeles.
Another notable discovery Alinejad made public on the VOA television service where she worked while based in the United States was the whereabouts of former Iranian Foreign Minister’s son Javad Zarif.
“Medhi Zarif attended college in New York City, whether it was paid for with his father’s money or [Iranian] It’s people’s money,” said Alinejad.
“There is no record of him working in the United States,” she continued, insisting that it was in fact funded by his father’s money, which was paid in the government role of Minister of Foreign Affairs until July 2021. suggests.
The video was released during the protest, It was originally sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was reportedly murdered by Iran’s “morality” police after being arrested.
“I’m not a normal person’s child like you or me”
Continuing with these official revelations, Alinejad also mentioned Hassan Rouhani, the former president of Iran and father of Mariam Fereidon. learned in both According to Columbia University in the US and the LSE in the UK, and Alinejad, who went to the United Nations with an Iranian delegation, “Iranian women told people that there was no problem there.”
She then worked for Deutsche Bank and is still based in London. Alinejad said her older brother Ali was also studying in the United States.
Authorities have continued to intimidate demonstrators despite allegations of hypocrisy made against them by Iranian people and journalists like Alinejad during the protests. stepped up retaliation.
Iranian human rights observers reported two political prisoners, one a singer. cause death to protest.
“Some say the children of government officials are independent, so why blame them for what their parents did?” Alinejad said in her video.
“But these are not the children of ordinary people like me and you – they were sent abroad by officials. Unlike most Iranians in Iran, they can enjoy high-speed internet.” They benefit from freedom of speech and religion, which Iran does not.
“The money stolen from us by oppression is now in the hands of their children. I sent my own children first class to the United States. They are actually destroying Iran,” she concluded.