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Biden meddles in Iran’s state matters by supporting riots: Iranian spokesman

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has said that US President Joe Biden meddled in Iran’s “state matters” by supporting “riots” in the country, state media reported.

“On Saturday, Biden interfered for the umpteenth time in Iran’s state matters by supporting the riots as he has done ever since the outbreak of recent developments in Iran,” the Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani was quoted as saying by state media on Sunday.

Iran has not given in to the US “cruel sanctions and idle threats” and will be unfazed by its interventionist policies and the futile campaign, Kanaani added.

Earlier on Saturday, Biden said he “was surprised by the courage of the people taking to the streets in protest in Iran.”

Protests broke out across Iran following the death of 22-year-old woman Mahsa Amini on September 16 at a hospital in the capital Tehran after police custody, Xinhua news agency reported.

“You (US officials) are accustomed to fishing in troubled waters. Since the 1953 coup until today, the anti-Iranian policies by the US government have been well recorded in our minds,” Kanaani said.

(The article has been published via a syndicated feed)

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  1. It is not the USA alone. But there is a global voice of protest against the Mollah rulings in Iran. The current popular uprising is the outcome of longstanding deprivation of human rights, corruption and nepotism in the administrative level that followed in the aftermath of 1979 Revolution that overthrew the rule of Shah of Iran and instated Mollah regime that lacked far-sightedness, and liberalism while clamping medieval Sharia Law. There has been disproportionate economic growth. The Kurds of Soth-Eastern Iran are the most victims. Hence, the fumes of revolution has been growing over time but kept latent in the hearts of millions of Iranians. Mahsa Amini’s death simply sparked the ‘keg of gunpowder. There is no riot but a demonstration of public anger against the brutal regime of Raisi– a hardline cleric.


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