Mashhad (IP) - Taliban's acting economy minister, visiting Iran, said that he is seeing peace, but the Western media showed an inflamed and chaotic atmosphere in Iran.

Iran PressIran news: Speaking on Monday night upon his arrival at Mashhad airport, Qari Din Mohammad Hanif, Taliban's acting economy minister, said people who live abroad see a wrong image of the reality in Iran in media.

Enemies (rioters) in the country and gatherings are small, he said, adding that the media show it as a big protest in the cities.

Riots broke out in Iran in mid-September after the death of Amini. The 22-year-old fainted at a police station in Tehran and was pronounced dead three days later in hospital. An official report by Iran’s Legal Medicine Organization concluded that Amini’s death was caused by illness rather than alleged blows to the head or other vital body organs.

Rioters went on a rampage, brutally attacking security officers and causing massive damage to public property as Western powers, especially the United States, provided support.

Earlier in the month, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said the United States and the United Kingdom were “directly” involved in the unrest, adding that dozens of terrorists affiliated with the Israeli regime and anti-revolution groups have also been detained in the unrest.


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