The Iranian intelligence services have accused the two journalists who revealed the case of Mahsa Amini having been hired by the US National Intelligence Agency (INC) to provoke the riots in the country, which have already lasted several weeks. In turn, the Revolutionary Guard has warned the public: “Today is the last day of the disturbances.”

The two women journalists are Nilufar Hamedi, the first journalist to report on Amini’s arrest and subsequent death. She also posted photos of the young woman in the hospital. The second is Elah Mohammadiwho covered the funeral of the young woman, where the mobilizations began.

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Organization have charged the two journalists with receive CIA training to foment protestsaccording to EFE.

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“The aforementioned intelligence agency organized camps in various countries to train individuals in hybrid warfare,” according to a joint statement of the two organizations mentioned and that they published in different state media this Friday afternoon.

“The people who posted the first photo of Mahsa Amini in the hospital, as well as the one who goaded Amini’s family with specific photos received special training in those courses“, detailed the statement.

Iran lives protests from death by Amini last september 16 after being arrested three days earlier by the Morality Police for wearing the Islamic veil wrongly. The young woman was participating at that time in mobilizations calling for the end of the Islamic Republic, which was in charge of establishing this mandatory measure.

Women protest this Friday in Iran.

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situation of journalists

The journalist of Shargh reformist daily was arrested on September 21, is in solitary confinement and has not been informed of the charges that led to her arrest, according to her husband Mohamed Hosein Ajorlou on Twitter.

For his part, Mohammadi covered Amini’s funeral in the Saqez region of Kurdistan, where the protests began and the first handkerchiefs were burned on September 17. This journalist works for the hammihan diary and was arrested on September 22, when members of the security forces they entered his house breaking down the door and confiscated his computer and mobile.

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Iran is aware of its current situation in the world and this wave of protests has once again put it in the eye of the hurricane on the geopolitical board. For this reason, the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and the Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Organization have emphatically stated that the protests are being fomented by the CIA with the cooperation of the intelligence services of the United Kingdom, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

The protests are being heavily repressed by the security forces and have caused at least 108 deaths, according to the Oslo-based NGO Iran Human Rights. However, other organizations and associations in defense of Human Rights raise the figure to 250 killed. In addition, thousands of people have been arrested, including at least 45 journalists and photographers, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.

constant threats

The Revolutionary Guard Commander Hossein Salamihas warned the protesters that this Saturday will be the last day they would go out on the street. “Don’t go out on the streets! Today is the last day of the riots”, has warned. This message appears to be one more threat from Khamenei’s regime to those who decide to protest a situation about which little has changed despite weeks of intense demands from inside and outside Iran.

The Middle Eastern country, one of the most powerful in this area of ​​the world, has been involved in protests that have not stopped for more than a month and are questioning the doctrines imposed by the ayatollahs.

On Friday, videos posted on social media showed protesters calling for the death of the supreme leaderAyatollah Ali Khamenei, and the Basij militiawhich has played an important role in the repression of the demonstrators.

The protests over Amini’s death are led above all by young people and women shouting “Woman, life, freedom!” who launch slogans against the Government and burn veils, one of the symbols of the Islamic Republic and something unthinkable not long ago.

Source: Elespanol

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