Mahsa Amini protests were “strongest and most dangerous,” according to the IRGC chief

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At a meeting of Basij authorities on Tuesday, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Hossein Salami, declared that the rallies that followed the brutal killing of Mahsa Amini by Tehran’s “moral police” were “the most powerful, most dangerous, and most serious” protests of this kind in Iran.

Salami further described the demonstrations as “the greatest inequality and widest worldwide fight over Iran’s Islamic system,” asserting that “the rival had failed in this severe fight,” as per the IRGC-affiliated Tasnim News Agency.

Salami claimed that during the prior year’s big insurrection, “Basij and IRGC personnel approached the field with preparation, calm steps, high self-confidence, and great hopes, and along with the citizens, they destroyed it by defeating the enemy’s plans.”

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