Iran Govt. kill protestors, Biden advances talks with Ayatollahs

In this photo released by the official website of the office of the Iranian supreme leader, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei addresses in a televised speech marking the annual Quds, or Jerusalem Day, in Tehran, Iran. (Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP)

OAN Newsroom
UPDATED 6:20 PM PT – Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Iranian authorities have killed and tortured peaceful pro-democracy protestors as Joe Biden has advanced talks with the Ayatollah regime. A flurry of reports from Iranian opposition groups on Monday found mass protests have been on the rise in the Khuzestan province and Tehran.

Iranian officials have sent tanks to quell the demonstrations. A number of protestors have been killed by security forces, including minors as young as 17-years-old.

However, the Biden administration has pushed to restore the nuclear deal with the regime while ignoring pleas for freedom from the Iranian people.

“The administration in Washington out to look at what the Iranian government is doing on the ground. It continues to repress its own people,” expressed Chairman Joe Lieberman, United Against Nuclear Iran. “I think it’s time for the Biden administration to suspend all negotiation with Iran in Vienna about a nuclear deal.”

Critics argue Biden and his White House have been silent about the latest protests in Iran. Meanwhile, media outlets have claimed the protests were caused by water shortages and power outages, but have failed to highlight protesters demands for political change.

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