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The main organization representing Tehran's Jewish community has published a letter in support of the Iranian regime against popular protests that erupted in Iran two months ago following the assassination of Mahsa Amini, Kan 11 reported.
In a letter, Tehran's Jewish Central Committee condemned the protests, declared its support for the government, and called for an end to confrontation and dialogue with the regime.
like many other citizens. Jewish communities are at the forefront of the fight against those who disturb order and security. We declare that the enemies of the system pose a security threat, damage the unity of the people, and are the enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” — the letter says.
The protests began after Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman, was killed by the Tehran Vice Police, who arrested her for wearing the wrong hijab. The protesters are calling for the overthrow of the ayatollah regime and accusing it of violating human rights and oppressing women.
At least 416 protesters have been killed in Iran so far.
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