IRAN TENSION UPDATE: "DEATH TO THE LIARS" As Iranian Took To Street AGAIN, GOVT OPENED FIRE?!
Jan. 13, 2020
Citing BBC news, thousands of angry Iranian took to streets AGAIN in a bid to protest the "ugly" Shooting-down of passenger jet, citing BBC news as they chant slogans, calling Iran top leader "LIARS".
Protests took place outside at least two universities, with tear gas reportedly fired.
Unauthorized sources blamed Iranian security forces for shooting at unarmed crowd, yet up to now there is no solid proofs.
US President Donald Trumphad issued warning against Iran leaders on Tweet in English and Persian, official language of Iran.
The Iran authorities had previously ruled out the possibility that the crashed airliner was due to "missile attack" as the regime had repeatly denied the western accusation.
Yet the Iranian State TV admitted that the country's armed forces shot down the jet "unintentionally" on Saturday.
Brig-Gen Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards' aerospace commander, explained what happened.
He added that he had "wished he was dead" after being told of the missile strike.
Amid a rising tension, British envoy to Iran Rob Macaire was temporarily arrested Saturday amid the unrest.
Mr. Embassador said he wasn't taking part in any demonstrations -- and was instead paying respect to victims of the downed plane.
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