Iranian22 year old in Mahsa AminiThe riot continues in the country after the allegations that she was beaten to death by the Moral Police on the grounds that she did not wear the headscarf properly. The demonstrations, which spread to about 20 cities in the country, turned into an anti-regime movement. According to the Norway-based Human Rights Organization, the death toll in the clashes rose to 50. Iranian President Ibrahim Chief yesterday said, “The enemies want to cause chaos. “We hear the demands of the people, but we will not allow anyone’s safety to be compromised,” he said.
INTERNET FROM MUSK
Supporters of the regime took to the streets for the first time yesterday in the country. Hundreds of people gathered in several cities, especially the capital Tehran, supported the regime with Iranian flags in their hands and chanted slogans against the USA and Israel.
On the other hand, the US stepped in when the Tehran administration, which wanted to stop the spread of demonstrations through social media, cut off access to the internet. After Foreign Minister Antony Blinken announced that “action was taken against the censorship of the Iranian government,” Space X CEO Elon Musk announced that the satellite internet service Starlink will be activated in Iran.
REISI’S INTERVIEW CANCELED
When Amanpour did not wear a headscarf, Christane Amanpour, senior correspondent for AMERICAN CNN television, announced that her interview with Iranian President Ibrahim Reisi in New York was canceled after she refused to wear a headscarf. Amanpour stated that he politely declined the request.