Tehran (IP) - More than 6,000 college professors joined a campaign against the recent riots in the country, condemning the saboteurs' disrupting the security of the country.

Iran PressIran News:  The unrest in some parts of Iran came as Mahsa Amini, a 22 years old Iranian girl, fainted at the police department in Tehran on Tuesday, last week, after being taken there for violation of dress codes along with some other women.

While a large group of people was upset because of Mahsa's death, the seditionists and saboteurs instigated riots in a number of cities, including Tehran, inflicted heavy damage on public properties, and murdered a group of security forces.

In a statement issued on Thursday, over 6,000 of college professors highlighted the Arbaeen event and said that the enemies scheduled plans beforehand to turmoil the situation and fade away the event where 21 million Muslims gathered from 70 countries with peace and love. 

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The enemies' instigation of the recent brawls and riots under the excuse of defending women's rights, separationist acts, insulting women, and desecration of the holy Quran all indicate that the country is approximating the realization of the Islamic Revolution's causes.      

The rioters guided by the opposition groups outside Iran are destroying the public properties of the Iranian nation, injuring police officers, and even attacking the hospitals' vehicles, the ambulances.

The Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi said in a time the country was in need of ambulances, the rioters destroyed 72 ones.

The rebels even desecrated the Islamic sanctities, including the holy Quran; they burnt Quran, set fire to the martyrs' pictures, and insulted Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). 


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