November 28, 2022

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Iran: Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s live broadcast on state TV hacked after death of Mahza Amini

Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali KhameneiThe youths who participate in the protest over the death have drawn the ire of many Mahza Aminiwith cries of “death to the dictator” or by “hacking” of his televsion interventions.

“Your hands are full of the blood of our youth,” said some incredulous viewers watching the nightly news on state television.

Virtual attack

The state channel’s programs showed Khamenei intervening with a group of clerics when something unexpected appeared on the screen.

The footage then changed to show Khamenei engulfed in flames and a gun pointed at him, while photographs Mahza Amini and other young women who died in the protests.

In addition, a voice over these images recited the slogan of the protests: “Woman, Freedom, Life.”

When the picture was cut, the news anchor could be seen making a rude gesture saying, “Dear viewers, I invite you to watch the rest of the news.”

Hacker group Adalat-e Ali (Justice of Ali) He took charge of the action.

Protesters demand Ali Khamenei’s head

Figure Ali Khamenei It was one of the targets of youth protests since Amini’s death on September 16 after being arrested.

In many protests across the country, slogans of “Death to the Dictator” are raised in reference to the Supreme Leader. They also echo “Death to Khamenei” or “Death to the Islamic Republic”.

Those cries echo from the windows of houses at night in several neighborhoods of Tehran.

The 83-year-old religious leader reappeared in mid-September after reports and rumors that he was ill.

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The first report on Mahza Amini

Despite several public appearances, there was no mention of Khamenei’s death until October 3, after two weeks of protests. Mahza Amini.

Then accused America Although he called Amini’s death “heartbreaking,” Israel from protests.

Amini, 22, died on September 16 after being arrested in Tehran by the so-called Morale Police for allegedly wearing an Islamic headscarf.

Iran’s state-run forensic medicine body said on Friday that Amini died of a previous illness and not a police attack. (EFE)