Mahsa Amini

For over a week now Iranian men and women have protested against the brutal regime over the death of Mahsa Amini. The 22-year-old Iranian woman passed away after being severely beaten by Iran’s “morality” police for improper veiling.

There were mass protests at her funeral in Saqqez with women taking off their hijabs and waving them in the air.

Since Mahsa Amini’s death, protests against the killer regime have taken place nightly.

A huge crowd of protesters marches in west Tehran as cars sound horns in support, on the eighth night of protests in Iran over the death of #MahsaAmini in morality police custody amid a nationwide internet shutdown.#مهسا_امینی

— Shayan Sardarizadeh (@Shayan86) September 24, 2022

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Tonight a very disturbing video was posted online.

An anti-riot police (Yegane Vizheh) in Shahr-e-Rey shooting at protesters.

The regime’s anti-riot police were seen firing on protesters with an AK-47.

The sniper was aiming precisely at the protesters in the crowd and firing his weapon.

A anti-riot police (Yegane Vizheh) in Shahr-e-Rey is shooting at protesters with a AK-47. He has aimed precisely and it is clear that he intends to kill.

AK-47 is a deadly weapon, while riot police weapons must be non-lethal.

Sep 23, 2022#Mahsa_Amini #MahsaAmini #مهسا_امینی

— Farzad Seifikaran (@FSeifikaran) September 23, 2022

Of course, this is not the first time the regime was out shooting at protesters. In fact, it is quite common.

In 2009 tens of thousands of brave Iranian democracy protesters rose up against the brutal Khamenei regime after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was announced the winner in a disputed national election.

The protests quickly turned bloody when Iranian hardliners started firing on the protesters.
One beautiful young protester was shot in the neck by the regime.

Her name was Neda Soltani or Neda Agha Soltan — she was shot in the neck during a protest in Tehran on June 20, 2009. (AFP)

After several days the protesters called out to President Obama“Obama, Obama, Are you with the regime or with us?”

But Obama never showed up. Obama didn’t care. Barack Obama was siding with the Khamenei regime. He was working on a nuclear deal with the regime at the time and did not want to upset the mullahs.