Hackers Disrupt Iran President TV Statement On Revolution Anniversary

Hackers Disrupt Iran President TV Statement On Revolution Anniversary- On Saturday, anti-government hackers disrupted President Ebrahim Raisi’s speech on the 44th anniversary of the Iranian revolution.

Raisi called on the “deceived youngsters” to repent so Iran’s supreme leader would pardon them.

“The Iranian people will accept them with open arms,” he told a gathering in Tehran’s Azadi Square.

The logo of anti-Iranian government hackers, “Edalate Ali (Justice of Ali)” appeared on the screen during his live televised speech.

“Death to the Islamic Republic” was chanted.

After the morality police killed 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in September, Iran protested nationwide.

Hackers Disrupt Iran President TV Statement On Revolution Anniversary
Hackers Disrupt Iran President TV Statement On Revolution Anniversary

The rallies, the biggest challenge to the Islamic Republic since the 1979 revolution that ended 2,500 years of monarchy, have been violently suppressed.

Iranian authorities released hunger-striking dissident Farhad Meysami and Iranian-French professor Fariba Adelkhah on Friday as part of a revolution-anniversary amnesty.

On February 4, 2023, a lady held a sign during a march to the U.S. Department of State Harry S. Truman building in Washington, D.C., to honour Mahsa Amini and halt human rights violations in Iran. (AP/Bryan Olin Dozier/NurPhoto)
On Sunday, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei pardoned several convicts, including those imprisoned in recent anti-government protests.

HRANA stated scores of political detainees and protestors, including numerous notable figures, were released under the amnesty, but the conditions were unknown.

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Rights campaigners on social media worry that many were compelled to sign pledges not to repeat their “offences” before being released. Friday’s judiciary denial.
HRANA reported 528 protester deaths on Friday, including 71 children. It said 70 government security force deaths. 19,763 demonstrators were reportedly arrested.

For weeks, Iranian leaders and state media urged a large attendance at Saturday’s rallies to demonstrate solidarity and popularity in response to the protests.

On Friday night, state media showed fireworks and crowds screaming, “Allahu Akbar!” On social media videos, several shouted, “Death to the tyrant!” and “Death to the Islamic Republic.”

Social media posts were unverifiable.

Government television broadcast lives images of state rallies across on Saturday.
The celebrations in Tehran included domestic anti-ballistic missiles, a drone, an anti-submarine ship, and other military equipment.

Raisi remarked in a live televised speech at Tehran’s Azadi Square that the enemy’s problem is not women, life, or freedom.

“Rather, they want our independence,” he remarked.

State rallies’ trademark “Death to America” chanting repeatedly interrupted his remarks. The crowd chanted, “Death to Israel.”

“Enemies” promoted “the ugliest type of vulgarity, which is homosexuality,” Raisi said.

Adelkhah, one of seven French nationals jailed in Iran since 2019, has strained relations between Paris and Tehran.

She received a five-year national security sentence in 2020. After house arrest, she returned to jail in January. Adelkhah denies the charges.

Meysami was released a week after supporters worried his hunger strike could kill him. He was detained in 2018 for opposing mandatory hijab.

On Friday, the French foreign ministry demanded Adelkhah’s liberation, “including returning to France if she desires.”

“Legally, her file is deemed done, and there should be no problem leaving the country, but this matter has to be addressed. Hojjat Kermani, her lawyer, said it was unclear how long it would take.

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