'DEATH TO LIARS!': Iranians Turn On Ayatollah, Demand Resignation Over Shot Down Plane

Source: Daily Wire - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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97% Conservative


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Sentiments

74% "No one will assume responsibility for such a big lie once it is known that the claim had been fraudulent.""
60% "Angry crowds gathered on Saturday night in at least four locations in Tehran, chanting 'death to liars' and calling for the country's supreme leader ..."
-66% "It is unfortunate that the psychological operation of the US government and those supporting it are adding insult to the injury of the bereaved ..."
-77% "Crowds that appeared to number well into the thousands took to the streets of Tehran on Saturday night to protest and demand that Ayatollah ..."
-78% "Reuters reported that the protesters also chanted Death to the dictator, which was a direct reference to Khamenei.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

74% : "No one will assume responsibility for such a big lie once it is known that the claim had been fraudulent."
60% : "Angry crowds gathered on Saturday night in at least four locations in Tehran, chanting 'death to liars' and calling for the country's supreme leader to step down over the tragic military blunder, video from the scene shows," The Daily Mail reported. "
34% : "It is unfortunate that the psychological operation of the US government and those supporting it are adding insult to the injury of the bereaved families and victimising them for certain goals by propagating such fallacies," Iranian Government spokesman Ali Rabiei said this week in response to the plane being shot down.
23% : Crowds that appeared to number well into the thousands took to the streets of Tehran on Saturday night to protest and demand that Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei resign after his Islamic government falsely told the citizens of Iran and the rest of the world that it was not responsible for shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane this week that killed 176 people.
22% : Reuters reported that the protesters also chanted "Death to the dictator," which was a direct reference to Khamenei.

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