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Israel's UN envoy waves Mahsa Amini photo during Iranian president's speech

  • During Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi's speech at the UN General Assembly, Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, displayed a photo of Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish Iranian woman killed in the custody of Tehran's "morality police," with the text stating that Iranian women deserve freedom. Erdan and the Israeli delegation then left the plenum after showing the photo to express their disapproval of Raisi and solidarity with the Iranian people.
  • Erdan criticized the international community for listening to President Raisi, whom he referred to as the "butcher of Tehran," while Iranian protesters were calling for help outside. He called on the international community to prevent murderers and antisemites from speaking at the UN.
  • The protests in Iran, sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini, were referred to as the "Woman, Life, Liberty" protests, highlighting the regime's oppression, starvation, and murder of its own people. Erdan demanded that the Ayatollah regime be held accountable for its crimes.
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