The ‘Mahsa Amini’ move from the USA to anger Iran! Sanctions are being relaxed


Iranian22 year old in Mahsa AminiShe fell into a coma and died on September 16, after she was detained by the morality police in Tehran on Tuesday, September 13, on the grounds that she did not comply with the headscarf rules. As protests continue across the country after Amini’s death, USA It has issued a license to loosen sanctions on internet services in Iran. The US Treasury Department said in a statement that the Iranians were aiming to “support the free flow of information” amid ongoing anti-government protests in the country.


“As brave Iranians take to the streets to protest Mahsa Emini’s death, the United States is doubling down on its support for the free flow of information to the Iranian people,” said Wally Adeyemo, Deputy U.S. Department of the Treasury. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Iran of violently suppressing peaceful protesters enraged by Amini’s death, adding, “We will help ensure that the Iranian people are not isolated and left in the dark in the face of these steps. This decision is a tangible move to provide meaningful support to Iranians who demand respect for their fundamental rights. step,” he said.


Amini, who was taken to the hospital in a coma after being detained by the Irshad patrols, known as the morality police, on September 13 in Tehran, died on September 16. In the statement made by the Tehran Police Department regarding the incident, it was stated that Amini died due to a heart attack and that there was no physical contact with him.