Tehran (IP) - A group of Iranian law professors and lawyers called of the Judiciary to strongly punish the rioters who disrupt the general security of the country in the recent unrest.

Iran PressIran News: The unrest and brawls were instigated under the pretext of a Mahsa Amini, 22, who died due to a sudden heart attack in a police center in Tehran on Tuesday, September 13, after being taken there for violation of dress codes along with some other women.

Issuing a statement on Monday, October 3, the Iranian law professors and lawyers announce that the bitter death of Mahsa Amini caused the malice exploit it as an instrument to divert the people's protest. 

They expressed regrets over the recent incidents and the harm to the country, including the rioters killing of the people and destruction of the public properties, called on the relevant authorities to prosecute the elements who instigated the unrest and fueled it. 

The lawyers and professors called for the comprehensive investigation of the case and deliver on-time and clear report about their investigations. 

The anti-Iranian media and bloggers affiliated with the Western states have been disseminating fake news and fueling the unrest in Iran.  

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The rebels desecrated the Islamic sanctities, including the holy Quran; they burnt Quran, set fire to the martyrs' pictures, and insulted Prophet Mohammad and his progeny (PBUT). The rioters even set fire on ambulances.

Meanwhile, in a speech, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei said: "I say frankly that the recent events in the country are the plans of the US, the Zionist regime, and their followers. Their main problem is with a strong and independent Iran and the progress of the country."

He made the remarks at the joint graduation ceremony for the cadets studying in the academies of the Armed Forces was at Imam Hassan al-Mujtaba (PBUH), the University of Officer and Police Training.


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