Anti-Hijab Protests: ‘US and Israel Responsible for Anti-Hijab Protests’, Says Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei

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Anti-Hijab Protests: ‘US and Israel Responsible for Anti-Hijab Protests’, Says Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei

Anti-Hijab Protest: Iran’s veteran leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei broke the silence on the hijab issue on Monday and accused the US and Israel of a big deal. He said that the two countries had conspired together to incite nationwide unrest sparked by outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini.

he said "I say clearly that America and the traitor Iranians were involved in this riot.", He has also sharply condemned the protests as a foreign conspiracy to destabilize Iran. 

Why the movement started 
 
What Khamenei said   
 
Iran’s science minister also arrived to pacify the students 
 
Iran Human Rights posted a video
 
What the German Foreign Minister said
 
German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock tweeted, "It is difficult to bear what is happening at Sharif University in Iran. The courage of the Iranians is incredible", The New York-based Center for Human Rights in Iran said that it "Today Sharif is deeply concerned by videos coming out of the university and Tehran, showing the protests as violent."
Iran makes serious allegations 
 
Mehr news agency reported that Sharif University of Technology has said that "All classes will be done online from Monday due to recent events and the need for the safety of the students", Iran has repeatedly accused outside forces of staging the protests and last week also said that nine foreign nationals, including those from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland, had been arrested.
 
IHR said 41 people have died    
 
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