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Iranian protesters express 'joy' over death of President Ebrahim Raisi in helicopter crash

  • Raisi, known for his role in executing dissidents since the 1980s, is detested for presiding over a brutal crackdown on protests that resulted in deaths and imprisonment.
  • Raisi's unique skill set combines being a zealous ideologue and a former judge, making him a polarizing figure in Iran.
  • Amnesty International reports that Iran executed 5,000 or more individuals in the first decade after the revolution, although Iran denies these mass executions.
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