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Iranian president speaks of ‘justice’ to UN as protests consume his country with demands for regime change

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Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi addressed the United Nations Normal Meeting (UNGA) with speak of “justice” and “democracy” as protests exterior the U.N. and inside Iran itself name for an finish to a regime that many voters say doesn’t symbolize their nation.

As protests proceed in Iran, Raisi claimed Iran continues to struggle injustice. 

“All the hopes and aspirations of humankind are constructed on justice, they usually have the capability for the creation of such a framework of all-encompassing justice, which suggests elimination of injustice,” Raisi mentioned. “We’re defenders of a struggle towards injustice in all of its kinds, towards humanity, towards spirituality, towards the Almighty, towards the individuals of the world.” 

Protests have damaged out throughout Iran following the demise of 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by the morality police for not sporting her hijab (headband). The police rushed Amini to a hospital shortly after she fell right into a coma throughout her detention, claiming she had collapsed. However her household mentioned they noticed proof of beatings. 

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Amini died three days later, and police deny that Amini was killed. 

Girls attend a rally in Dag Hammarskjold Park to demand regime change and protest Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi’s attendance on the U.N.
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However her demise set off protests throughout Tehran, with lots of protesting at Amini’s funeral, and extra protests beginning over the next two days. Iranian officers allegedly reduce off web service for telephones and shut down social media, together with Fb, in an effort to comprise the protests. 

At the very least 5 protesters have died as police attempt to clear the streets. 

Raisi, reasonably than handle the disaster in his nation, attended the 77th Normal Meeting regardless of calls from critics and survivors of the 1988 “demise fee” for the U.S. to disclaim the Iranian president a visa to enter the nation. He touted the “progress” Iran has made, utilizing his platform to air a lot of grievances towards different nations. 

“The Islamic Revolution in Iran was the start of the motion of an ideal nation of Iran to hunt her personal place on this planet, and thru the many years, we’ve been confronted with international plots corresponding to coup d’etats, oppressive sanctions, in addition to hegemonic interventions,” Raisi mentioned. “Not one of the successes of the Iranian nation have been acceptable to the nice powers from the time that the primary president of the Islamic Revolution of Iran.”

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However many voters of Iran don’t settle for that the present regime has many “successes” of which to talk. Protesters in Dag Hammarskjold Park throughout the road from the U.N. instructed Fox Information Digital Raisi had no proper to deal with the Normal Meeting as he doesn’t symbolize the individuals. And Raisi was allegedly concerned within the demise fee, which can have killed as many as 30,000 dissidents and prisoners. 

Survivors of the fee Tuesday stuffed the park with the pictures of two,000 of these victims and instructed Fox Information Digital they noticed Raisi and immediately blame him for the deaths of their households and pals. 

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi displays a photo of Gen. Qassem Soleimani

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi shows a photograph of Gen. Qassem Soleimani
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A protester on Wednesday mentioned everybody in Iran is aware of “somebody” who was a sufferer of the regime. 

“Raisi shouldn’t be the president of the individuals of Iran, and he’s a mass assassin,” Raha, an Iranian girl born within the Netherlands and dwelling within the U.S., mentioned. “He’s accountable for the bloodbath of 30,000 political prisoners … and, once more, he proved how horrible and the way monstrous he will be when, in 2019, he cracked down on nationwide protests in Iran.” 

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Raha mentioned that regardless of what Raisi mentioned, Iran “doesn’t stand for justice.” 

Haisi, a scholar who moved to the U.S. along with her household, spoke of the difficulty her household confronted and her personal harrowing incident on the age of 13 when she was virtually arrested for hijab legislation violations. 

Two women vividly demonstrate their disdain for the current Iranian regime during a protest in Dag Hammerskjold Park across from the U.N. headquarters. 

Two ladies vividly show their disdain for the present Iranian regime throughout a protest in Dag Hammerskjold Park throughout from the U.N. headquarters. 
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“I used to be within the streets, and I used to be not sporting my hijab correctly, so one of many ladies from the vans got here and took my hand and was pulling me in direction of the van, and eventually I mounted it and stuff … However it is a quite common occasion that occurs in Iran,” Haisi mentioned. “My pals and I had been at all times in concern of being arrested.” 

However reasonably than come clean with these issues, Raisi as an alternative spent giant stretches of his speech deflecting and insisting that different nations should handle their very own human-rights points earlier than elevating points with Iran. He cited the darkish historical past of Canadian boarding colleges and the deaths of lots of of First Nation youngsters and the Israel-Palestinian battle as examples of issues that world powers “run away from.” 

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“In fact, the implementation of justice and equity is kind of difficult and tough, and maybe it’s due to that that lots of those that declare to be on the facet of peace, they run away from the duty of peace,” Raisi mentioned. “So we are saying to them: Since you don’t want to carry the burden in your shoulder, do you not even want to carry the burden of combating towards oppression?”

The International Desk editor-in-chief Lisa Daftari mentioned it’s “not stunning” to see Raisi attempt to blame the U.S. and its allies for allegedly “supporting terrorism.” 

People gather in Dag Hammarskjold Park across the street from the U.N. headquarters to protest Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, who addressed the General Assembly on Wednesday. 

Folks collect in Dag Hammarskjold Park throughout the road from the U.N. headquarters to protest Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, who addressed the Normal Meeting on Wednesday. 
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“For somebody who bears the nickname “Butcher of Tehran” to journey to New York and make such accusations whereas the U.S. and European delegations sat and listened is actually indicative of how daring the rogue regime of Iran has grow to be,” Daftari instructed Fox Information Digital. “It is a man who has the harmless blood of his personal individuals on his fingers, and but he stands on the podium spewing lies about how he believes in human rights for all.”

Daftari famous that Raisi didn’t advocate for his personal individuals in any respect, solely the Palestinian individuals, whom he mentioned had been victims of Israeli “tyranny.” 

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“Exterior the doorways of the U.N., one thing very completely different was happening,” Daftari mentioned. “Protesters from across the nation traveled to New York to protest Raisi’s go to and to try to indicate reporters and others passing by that the Iran regime’s brutal crimes, such because the homicide of a 22-year-old lady for exhibiting her hair, shouldn’t be forgotten in lieu of some fabricated diplomacy speak contained in the U.N.” 

Behnam Ben Taleblu, a senior fellow on the Basis for Protection of Democracies (FDD), instructed Fox Information Digital the administration missed an opportunity by permitting Raisi to return to the U.S. 

“Failing to disclaim Raisi a visa, significantly after the brutal killing of Mahsa Amini, was a missed alternative for the Biden administration to place its cash the place its mouth is on Iran and human rights,” Taleblu mentioned. 

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