Published On: Thu, Jan 11th, 2018

The President Of Iran Breaks His Silence Over United States Support Towards Protestors

United States shows their humble support for Iranian Protestors and keep posting their support on social media by which the whole world stand-up to support those protestors.


“Many reports of peaceful protests by Iranian citizens fed up with regime’s corruption and it’s squandering of the nation’s wealth to fund terrorism abroad.

Iranian Government should respect their people rights, including right to express themselves. The world is watching! #Iran Protests”, Donald J. Trump tweeted statement.

The protests began due to unhappiness over the weak economic conditions across the country. The Iranian Government has called a stop to the illegal gatherings and made some arrests.

“We are following reports of multiple peaceful protests by Iranian citizens. The United States strongly condemn the arrest of peaceful protestors in #Iran.

We are all nations to publicly support the Iranian people “– The United State department put a message on twitter and its website “condemning the arrests”.

Meanwhile the protestors said that they just protest peacefully against unemployment, expensiveness, misery and economic suffering.

They appealed to their Government through this protests but government do not want to take any action against inflation, lying and deceiving people and they were using illegal ways for trying to stop them.

After seeing Trump support over this protesting, the President of Iran broke his silence with wildly given statement “Trump has no- rights to sympathize with protestors.

This man of America who showed his support to protestors, also called them Iranian terrorist month ago. He said many nasty things about Iranians”.

After that some activists even chanting against Iran’s Supreme Leader. A dangerous move in a country where politics are dominant.

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