Syranizing Iran Through Recent Unrest

Syranizing Iran Through Recent Unrest

Syranizing Iran Through Recent UnrestMehr News, Tehran, December 29 2019:… Iran’s Judiciary has said a number of those elements were tied to the notorious US-backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, royalists as well as separatists — who were nabbed in the country’s border provinces — besides members of organized groups trained towards staging acts of sabotage. Iran has arrested over 100 ringleaders and masterminds of the violent attacks. “People understood that that the purpose of that sedition was to Syrianize Iran,” and hence people ‘quickly’ acknowledged the difference between ‘protest’ and ‘turbulence’ which resulted in wrapping up the issue in 48 hours, Jalali said. Syranizing Iran Through Recent Unrest  

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Syranizing Iran Through Recent Unrest

Enemies aimed at ‘Syrianizing’ Iran through recent unrest

TEHRAN, Dec. 29 (MNA) – Head of Iran’s Passive Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali said that enemies were seeking to throw Iran into disarray though the recent unrests but the Iranian nation managed to foil their plots.

People understood that that the purpose of that sedition was to Syrianize Iran,” and hence people ‘quickly’ acknowledged the difference between ‘protest’ and ‘turbulence’ which resulted in wrapping up the issue in 48 hours, Jalali said.

Iran’s Judiciary has said a number of those elements were tied to the notorious US-backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, royalists as well as separatists — who were nabbed in the country’s border provinces — besides members of organized groups trained towards staging acts of sabotage. Iran has arrested over 100 ringleaders and masterminds of the violent attacks.

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He made the remarks while addressing a session held in Tehran to study different aspects of the unrest that erupted in the country after the administration increased the gasoline price in mid-November.

Jalali pointed to the role of foreign-controlled social media in the recent incidents, criticizing the populist approach of some officials who support continuation of using these media in the country.

He said that cutting the internet acted like ‘water on fire’ and proved that the unrest was being organized by these social media.

The Iranian government raised gasoline prices last month in order to moderate the national consumption rate, which stands at 110 million liters per day, 40 million liters per day above the maximum domestic requirement.

The move prompted some peaceful protests, but riotous elements, taking advantage of the situation, quickly entered the scene, destroying public property, setting ablaze banks and gas stations among other facilities, and opening fire on people and security forces.

Shortly after the riots broke out, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei tasked the Supreme National Security Council with compiling a report detailing the reasons behind the riots and immediate attending of the families of the victims.

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Iran’s Judiciary has said a number of those elements were tied to the notorious US-backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, royalists as well as separatists — who were nabbed in the country’s border provinces — besides members of organized groups trained towards staging acts of sabotage.

Iran has arrested over 100 ringleaders and masterminds of the violent attacks.

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Mujahedin-e Khalq Armed Agents Arrested for false-flag killings

1- IRGC’s intelligence unit arrests several armed instigators of Mahshahr riots

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says its intelligence arm has arrested several armed instigators of the violent riots that hit Mahshahr County in the southwestern Province of Khuzestan last month.

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The IRGC said in a statement on Monday that a number of the armed elements behind the violence in Mahshahr had been taken into custody in coordination with the Judiciary.

In mid-November, several Iranian cities witnessed protests prompted by a government decision to increase gasoline prices.

The protests were initially peaceful but soon turned ugly after riotous elements, taking advantage of the circumstances, started vandalizing private and public property and randomly shooting at everyone on the streets, including civilians and security forces.

The riots were, however, quickly subdued thanks to the timely response of security forces and the mass participation of people in pro-government rallies held countrywide in condemnation of the violence.

During the unrest in Khuzestan Province, the IRGC statement added, the rioters blocked roads in and out of Mahshahr in an attempt to create traffic jams on highways linking the province’s cities and towns.

According to the statement, the rioters were also preventing the entry of aid vehicles and trucks carrying basic supplies into Mahshahr.

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2- Iran refutes Reuters’ report on riot death toll

An official at Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) has categorically dismissed a report by the Reuters news agency that claimed a death toll of around 1,500 people during recent riots over fuel price hikes.

The London-based news outlet said in a report on Monday that, “About 1,500 people were killed during less than two weeks of unrest that started on November 15, including at least 17 teenagers and about 400 women as well as some members of the security forces and police.”

Reuters claimed that the figures had been provided “by three Iranian interior ministry officials,” without further elaboration or naming any of them.

In an interview with Tasnim news agency, head of the SNSC’s Information and Communications Secretariat dismissed the Reuters’ report and said such claims were based on “false propaganda.”

“Such types of news writing and making accusations are by no means a complicated task. These claims are leveled based on a set of premeditated psychological warfare and lack credibility,” Alireza Zarifian Yeganeh said.
“The protestations that Reuters made in its report are totally worthless not only in terms of security issues and intelligence but in the field of news and media, and will damage the already-tarnished credibility of this agency,” he added.

The Iranian government raised gasoline prices last month in order to moderate the national consumption rate, which stands at 110 million liters per day, 40 million liters per day above the maximum domestic requirement.

The move prompted some peaceful protests, but riotous elements, taking advantage of the situation, quickly entered the scene, destroying public property, setting ablaze banks and gas stations among other facilities, and opening fire on people and security forces.

Shortly after the riots broke out, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei tasked the Supreme National Security Council with compiling a report detailing the reasons behind the riots and immediate attending of the families of the victims.

Iran’s Judiciary has said a number of those elements were tied to the notorious US-backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, royalists as well as separatists — who were nabbed in the country’s border provinces — besides members of organized groups trained towards staging acts of sabotage.

Iran has arrested over 100 ringleaders and masterminds of the violent attacks.

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3- Adversaries pursued plot for false-flag killings in Tehran riots: Iran top security official

Iran’s top security official sheds light on an enemy plot to increase the number of fatalities during the recent riots in several cities, saying most of those killed in Tehran Province were not even involved in any protest gatherings.

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani made the remarks in a meeting with families of some of the victims of the riots in the western towns of the province on Thursday.

“More than 85 percent of the victims of the recent incidents in towns of Tehran Province had not taken part in any gathering and were killed with non-organizational firearms and cold weapons in a very suspicious manner,” said Shamkhani, adding there was certainly a plot hatched by “adversaries” to cause as many fatalities as possible and pin the blame on Iran’s security forces for the killings.
No official death toll has so far been released, but the victims reportedly include both security forces and civilians.

Commiserating with the bereaved families, Shamkhani said that government officials and authorities would make their utmost efforts to alleviate the suffering of the families.

He called on all governors general across the country to take necessary measures in order to investigate the deaths and compensate the damages incurred to the people.

In mid-November, the Iranian government raised gasoline prices in order to moderate the national consumption rate.

The move prompted protests in a number of cities that went largely peaceful but turned violent when armed riotous individuals took advantage of the situation to vandalize public and state property, and attack civilians and security forces alike.

Shortly after the riots broke out, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei tasked the Supreme National Security Council with compiling a report detailing the reasons behind the riots and immediate attending of the families of the victims.

Iran says many of the rioters were found to have links to the notorious US-backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, separatists besides members of organized groups trained towards staging acts of sabotage.

Last week, Gholam-Hossein Esmaili, Iran’s Judiciary’s spokesman, dismissed the unofficial casualty count provided by certain sources as inaccurate.

“The numbers and figures that are being provided by hostile groups are utter fabrication and the actual figures are fewer than what these sources claim,” he said.

“They have released figures as well as certain names… The purported casualty count is not but a fabrication,” he said, in remarks aired on state television, adding that sources with hostile intentions have provided the names of people who lost their lives in circumstances unrelated to the recent violence, and of people who are even alive.

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