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Britain To Condemn Iran’s Revolutionary Guard As A ‘Terrorist Group’

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Terrorist Group

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The Iranian Revolutionary Guard will shortly be designated a terrorist organization by the United Kingdom. According to sources, this action will be performed as payback for the group’s arrest of seven individuals connected to Britain during the ongoing anti-government protest in Iran. Because the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is an organization designated as a terrorist, joining the group would be illegal. Additionally, participating in its activities or publicizing the group’s logo would be considered a crime.

The move is supported by the UK’s Home Secretary Suella Braverman and Security Minister Tom Tugendhat, according to a story in the Telegraph on Monday. The Revolutionary Guard may be designated a terrorist organization in the coming weeks. In connection with Iran’s continuing anti-government demonstrations, which were prompted after the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish Iranian girl, at the hands of the country’s so-called morality police, the group detained seven people with ties to Britain last week. According to reports, Amini was detained for donning “inappropriate attire” in violation of the country’s strict Islamic dress code for women.

Members of the group have already been subjected to fines because of the demonstration and their involvement in the arrest, alleged torture, and execution of the protestors. According to an AFP report from last month, the European Union “targeted with asset freezes and travel bans” the regional Revolutionary Guard Corps leaders.

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