Iran Hijab Protest Iranian General More Than 300 People Died In Protest And Unrest | Iran Hijab Protest: ‘More than 300 people have died so far in protests against Hijab in Iran’

Iran Protest Total Deaths: Protests have continued in Iran since the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody on 16 September. A General of the Revolutionary Guards has given an estimated number of people killed in the protests. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards General Amirali Hajizadeh told that more than 300 people have been killed so far in the protests against the hijab.

According to Mahr news agency, Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh, head of the Guards’ Aerospace Division, said, “The death of Mahsa Amini has affected everyone in the country. I don’t have the latest figures, but I think that since the incident Perhaps more than 300 people have died in the country, including children.

What does the data of human rights activists say?

It is worth noting that the Iranian general’s estimate is much lower than the toll reported by human rights activists. Activist groups say 451 protesters and 60 security personnel have been killed and more than 18,000 detained since the unrest began.

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Restrictions on media coverage of protests

Authorities in Iran have also restricted media coverage of the protests. State-linked media have not released the death toll and have focused mainly on attacks on security forces. Authorities have blamed extremist and separatist groups for the deaths of the security personnel.

what the general said on western countries and saudi arabia

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards General Amirali Hajizadeh reiterated the official claim that Iran’s enemies, including Western countries and Saudi Arabia, fueled the protests. On the other hand, the protesters say that they are fed up with decades of social and political repression. The protesters have also denied any foreign agenda.

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