Iran’s national security is on stake when a spooky masked man hacked the state run broadcast channel

The Ukraine-Russia war seems so futile when it comes to Iran’s internal problem. Mahsa Amini’s death has caused women to take to the streets to show their outrage. On top of all this, there is the war that has started erupting between Iran and Iraq Kurdish border is said to be the outsider who is causing the problem in Iran.

But recently something interesting or dangerous for Iran’s security came to light when a hacker hacked Iran’s state-run broadcast channel. After hacking it a masked man appeared on screen followed by an image of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei with flames around him.

The group called itself “Adalat Ali”, or Ali’s Justice.

This showed up when three people were shot dead when protesters clashed with security forces in new unrest over the death of Mahsa Amini. Mahsa Amini was arrested by the morality force for not wearing hijab properly, that is for covering their hair. After the Islamic revolution in Iran, it was compulsory for every female to cover their head. This represents nothing more than the patriarchal thought process of males.




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