Conspiracy against Iran doomed to failure: IRGC
In light of the riots and protests, the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps considers that Iran's enemies are seizing every opportunity to follow on their goals against the country, but he confirms that their attempts will fail.
"What is happening is a conspiracy and an absurd attempt that is doomed to failure," the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) said in a statement, adding that "the enemies are taking advantage of every opportunity to achieve their goals against Iran."
The IRGC indicated that "this conspiracy comes after collecting, unifying, organizing and training all the failed and scattered capabilities."
The current strife "will only result in another failure" to be an added example to the list of failures of Iran's enemies and enemies of the revolution, the IRGC said, calling on the judiciary to "expose rumor-mongers and liars" in real life and online.
It also called on the judiciary to "expose those who endanger society," stressing the need to "deal with them decisively and fairly, so that they can be an example to others."
The IRGC valued the "insight of the Iranian people" and their unyielding to "the enemy's organized conspiracy against Iran's security," considering that "the current strife aims to avenge the steadfastness, development, success, and strategic achievements of the Iranian people."
In response to the recent death of a young Iranian woman, the spokesperson for Iran's foreign ministry criticized Western nations and their supporters for their interventionist stance toward the Islamic Republic.
Nasser Kanaani expressed his sympathy to Mahsa Amini's family in remarks made on Tuesday. Mahsa Amini passed away in the hospital a few days after collapsing at a Tehran police station.
The spokesman responded to the meddling postures taken by some US, EU, and other foreign authorities about the death of Amini, denounced their meddling stance on this unfortunate tragedy, and encouraged them to refrain from acting opportunistically and using human rights as a tool.
On Wednesday, four police officers were injured and a police assistant died of his injuries sustained on Tuesday in the southern city of Shiraz following protests, according to Fars News Agency.
Several protests broke out in Iran against the background of Amini's death. The Iranian police stated that Amini suddenly suffered from a heart problem and was subsequently taken to the hospital in order to receive treatment, but she died.
Following the incident, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called Amini's family, confirming that he had ordered the incident to be investigated carefully.
"Your daughter is like my own daughter, and I feel that this incident happened to one of my loved ones. Please accept my condolences," Raisi told Amini's family.
Earlier, Iranian Judiciary Chief, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei, stressed that the judiciary will closely investigate the case of Amini's death, assuring her family that he has ordered the judicial bodies to carry out a thorough investigation of the case.
No traces of beating, internal bleeding found on Amini's body: Report
The Director General of Forensic Medicine in Tehran Province said Wednesday that there are no traces of beating or wounds on the head and face of the late Iranian Mahsa Amini.
"Concerning the misleading information about blood coming out of Amini's ears and a fracture at the base of her skull, we, forensic doctors, confirm that there are no signs of bruising or swelling on her eye and no fracture in her skull either," the Director General said.
The forensic report showed that there are no signs of skull fracture, and the autopsy conducted on Amini's body revealed no bleeding or rupture of her internal organs.
According to the Director General of Forensic Medicine in Tehran, more time is needed to find the actual cause of Amini's death in order to issue a final report based on the results of the analysis of the taken samples.
It is worth noting that "Mahsa Amini underwent a brain surgery in a hospital in Tehran in 2006," as revealed by the Director General.