In Iran Anti-government demonstrations, Khomeini, the old house of the founder of the revolution, was set on fire

Tehran: During ongoing protests against the government in Iran, angry people set fire to the old house of former Iranian Supreme Leader and founder of the revolution, Ruhollah Khomeini.

According to international news agencies, after the death of Mehsa Amini in police custody, the wave of protests across the country is intensifying. The anti-government protests have entered their third month. In this regard, on Thursday, angry people set fire to the old residence of the founder and former supreme leader of Iran’s revolution, Ruhollah Khomeini, which has now been converted into a museum, in Khomein city.

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In videos that have gone viral on social media, protesters can be seen chanting slogans against the government while burning Khomeini’s old residence. The protestors also chanted slogans against the government and the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

According to media sources, on Thursday, protesters continued to protest on the streets in at least 23 different cities in Iran. According to Iran’s semi-official news agency, five members of the security forces were killed during the protests.

It should be noted that since the death of 22-year-old Mehsa Amini in police custody in September this year, protests have been going on throughout the country. Meanwhile, the number of people killed in violent protests has exceeded 250, while many officials have also been killed in the clashes between the protesters and the law enforcement agencies.

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