Today: Monday, 5 December 2022 year

The commander of the Iranian IRGC announced the end of the unrest in the country.

The commander of the Iranian IRGC announced the end of the unrest in the country.

The commander-in-chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran, Hossein Salami, announced the end of the riots and protests in the country, urging residents to no longer take to the streets with demonstrations.

“Today is the last day of the riots, don’t take to the streets anymore,” Salami told Iranian youth.


He also said that US President Joe Biden, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are trying to influence Iran’s youth through the media.


However, as noted by the Western media, in particular Agence France-Presse, protests in some cities of the country continued, despite the call of the head of the IRGC.

Riots have been going on in Iran for more than a month, which began in mid-September in connection with the death of a young Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, after she was detained by the vice police. Protests and riots take place mainly in the provinces of Gilan, Khuzestan, Sistan and Balochistan, Tehran Kurdistan. The Iranian authorities accuse the Western countries of supporting the actions, which in their media disseminate messages of a subversive, anti-Iranian nature, as well as calls for the overthrow of power in Iran. The rioters are systematically attacking and killing members of the security forces – the police, the IRGC and its Basij structure.