Donald Trump twits support to Iranian people in Farsi

Donald Trump twits support to Iranian people in Farsi
Donald Trump twits support to Iranian people in Farsi

U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted support for the Iranian people, in Farsi and English, as they took to the streets to protest their government. Trump addresses the Iranian people being inspired by their courage. The president twits in Farsi and English languages. 

Yesterday the act against the government was held in the capital of Iran. Hundreds of people protested the shooting down of the Ukrainian Boeing and the late confession of the guilt. The protesters were dispersed by tear-gas used by the special operations detachment officers.

The Dubai division of Reuters reports based on Iranian media that the acts of protests started in the country. Primarily the students came out in the streets of Iran protesting the shooting down the Ukrainian jet and 4-day delay with the confession of the guilt. Iranian women joined them by chanting solidarity messages with regards to the families of the killed.

Around a thousand people gathered in the center of Teheran chanting the messages against the acts of the government and Iranian revolutionary guards that caused the death of innocent people.

The participants of the protest demand the resignation of their spiritual leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, objective investigation, and punishment of the guilty.

Iran admitted that the Ukrainian jetliner Boeing 737 was mistakenly shot down by the Iranian missile causing the death of 176 people. Hassan Rouhani expresses his sincere condolence to the families of the victims. The jet crash of January 8 in Teheran sacrificed 167 passengers and nine crew members. Eighty-two of the passengers were the citizens of Iran, 63 – the citizens of Canada, and 11 – the citizens of Ukraine. There were also the citizens of Germany and Great Britain among the passengers.

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