Iran lambastes US "paradoxical" stance vis-à-vis unrest
The Spokesman of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says those who were pursuing the maximum pressure policy against the Iranian nation now are sympathizing with them.
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"More paradoxical is that their media encourage street clashes and destruction, and provoke ethnic motives, but trumpet 'life' motto for the Iranian people," he underlined.
The US-affiliated media are fueling these days the unrest in Iran sparkled under the pretext of the death of a Mahsa Amini, 22, out of a heart attack in a police center.
The rioters guided by the opposition groups outside Iran are destroying the public properties of the Iranian nation, injuring police officers, and even attacking the hospitals' vehicles, the ambulances.
The Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi said in a time the country was in need of ambulances, the rioters destroyed 72 ones.
Of course, the situation is controlled by the Iranian police, but the US-backed media are struggling to magnify the riots.
The rioters even desecrated the Islamic sanctities, including the holy Quran; they burnt Quran, set fire to the martyrs' pictures, and insulted Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).