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IRAN: Victims of President Raisi’s brutality jubilate over his death

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Iranians around the world are celebrating the death of the country’s leader, President Ebrahim Raisi who died in a chopper crash.

Rescuers on Monday found the chopper that was carrying the Iranian President, as well as the country’s foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and other senior officials, after it crashed in the mountainous northwest reaches of Iran

People believed to have suffered from the late leader’s high-handedness could not contain their joy at his demise.

This medium has obtained footage of celebratory fireworks in the skies of Iran.
“Let’s celebrate the good news of Ebrahim Raisi’s chopper crash,” said one Tehran resident heard in a video sent.

More videos obtained online show Iranians watching and cheering on fireworks set off reportedly in response to the news.

Though, there are strong indications that the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is increasing its presence in response to prevent an uprising following Mr Raisi’s death.

“Aside from being one of the most conservative presidents Iran has ever seen, Raisi rose to prominence in the Islamic Republic through the brutal judicial system where he was a member of the notorious ‘Panel of Death,’ sending thousands of political prisoners to the gallows. There’s a reason why he earned the moniker ‘Butcher of Tehran,” said Jonathan Harounoff, Israel and Iran journalist and analyst

Harounoff told Iran International news that Raisi has become synonymous with everything opponents to the Islamic Republic inside Iran and abroad despise.

“Widespread bureaucratic corruption, woeful economic mismanagement, sky-high inflation, high unemployment. Not to mention tight censorship and severe punishment or death for political dissent,” said Harounoff.

Many Iranian women also posted videos of themselves celebrating the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Monday, May 20, openly dancing on his “dirty grave” after he oversaw a brutal crackdown on 2022 protests against the Islamic “morality police.”

“We freely dance and celebrate on your dirty grave,” one woman, Mersedeh Shahinkar, tweeted.

The daughters of Minoo Majidi, 62 – an Iranian woman who was one of hundreds of people shot dead by security services during the nationwide fallout following the death of Mahsa Amini in September 2022 – shared a video of them raising a glass to the president’s death.

In one video showing fireworks, a woman can be heard saying, “People are rejoicing at the downfall of Raisi.”

Another man said in a second clip, “People are celebrating and I congratulate the president’s death.

“I hope the rest of them die too.”

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