Iranian Resistance Leader says the Iranian people want the regime to fall
"The regime tries to always portray any form of protest as an act of conspiracy by America and foreign countries," Safavi said.
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National Council of Resistance of Iran Member Ali Safavi says that the protests in Iran further confirm that the Iranian people want the regime to fall.
"The tragic death of Mahsa Amini sparked the protests," Safavi said on the Friday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "But right now, the Iranians are way beyond that. They're calling for regime change."
Last month, a young Iranian woman Mahsa Amini was murdered by Iran's "morality police" because she showed her hair. This resulted in a lethal beating and subsequent protests all over Iran.
According to Safavi, the Iranian regime is waving off these protests.
"The regime tries to always portray any form of protest as an act of conspiracy by America and foreign countries," Safavi explained. "But the fact is that the source of the issue is within Iran itself, such as the unanswered unresolved social, political, and economic grievances."
Safavi called on the United States and other countries to stand with Iran in the midst of all the protests and political uprisings.
"I think it is high time that the United States and the European Union and European countries stand with the people of Iran so that they can achieve what they have been yearning for and fighting for," Safavi concluded.
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