Ayatollah Khomeini’s birthplace was hit by incendiary bombs

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IranThe birthplace of Ayatollah Khomeini was engulfed in fire

Protests continue in Iran despite repression by the mullahs’ regime. The birthplace of revolutionary leader Ruhollah Khomeini was fired upon.

Footage of the attack circulated on social networks.

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  • In Iran, protesters bombed the birthplace of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Khomeney.

  • The death of 22-year-old Masha Amini was the trigger for the demonstrations, which have been going on for more than two months.

  • At least 18 more people were killed in one day during nationwide protests.

The Iranian protesters apparently have a birthplace revolutionary leader Ayatollah Khomey attacked. This is shown by the recordings that are circulating on social networks.

The former estate of the revolutionary leader, who died in 1989, has now been converted into a museum. Images shared on social media apparently show parts of the property on fire and protesters throwing firebombs. Khomeini’s downtown museum is a favorite of supporters of the regime, whose spiritual founder overthrew the US-backed shah in 1979.

Masha Amini’s death sparked protests

The demonstrations, which have lasted more than two months, were sparked by the death of 22-year-old Masha Amini on September 16 after she was arrested for allegedly violating Iran’s strict dress code for women and later died in custody.

The unrest was fueled by anger over the brutal enforcement of the hijab law, but has grown into a broad movement against the theocracy that has ruled Iran since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

Ruhollah Khomeini was the religious leader of the Islamic Revolution.

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Mullah’s regime shoots protesters

General Hossein Salami, head of the Revolutionary Guards, says Iran is facing a “conspiracy”. At least 18 more people were killed in one day during nationwide protests. At least five protesters were killed by security forces in the northwest on Wednesday, according to human rights groups.

Both in the city of Bukan in West Azerbaijan province and in Sanandashi, the capital of Kurdistan province, security forces used live ammunition against protesters. They say five protesters in total sentenced to death were.

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