During further anti-hijab demonstrations, Iranian state television was briefly disrupted by an apparent hacker.
The main evening news featured footage of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Al Khamenei. However, the broadcast was briefly interrupted by an image of him in flames. Next to images of 22-year old Mahsa Amini , who’s death sparked nationwide protests.
As the Edalate Ali hacker organization posted its social media details, you could hear the protests’ slogan, “Woman, Life, Freedom”.
The group cracked security cameras last year and exposed mistreatment of prisoners in a prison that held mostly political prisoners.
It happened as Tehran’s female students chanted “get Lost” when President Ebrahim Raisi visited the campus of their university and condemned the protesters.
Alzahra University students and professors were addressed by Mr Raisi, who recited a poem that equated “rioters” and “flies”.
He said that they believe universities can help them achieve their evil goals. “Unbeknownstto them, our students are alert and will not let the enemy realise their evil goals,” he said.
1500tasvir posted a video on Twitter showing female students singing “Raisi get Lost” and “Mullahs Get Lost” during President visits to their campus.
Another video on social media showed students shouting “We don’t want a corrupt visitor,” in reference to Mr Raisi.
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This comes after the state media reported that a state coroner had denied that Ms. Amini died from blows to her head or limbs while she was in custody of morality officers. Instead, he linked her death with pre-existing medical conditions.
Ms. Amini, an Iranian Kurd was arrested in Tehran for wearing “inappropriate clothing” on 13 September. She died three days later.
Young women were inspired by her death to protest and wave their headscarves while leading the protests that called for the overthrow Iranian regime.
Protests spread quickly across Iran, and were met with a brutal government crackdown that included beatings and arrests as well as the death of protestors.
Human rights groups claim that more than 185 people were killed and hundreds of others injured. Thousands have also been arrested by security forces. According to reports, at least 20 security personnel were killed.