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Coup tension in Iran after death of president in helicopter crash



Coup tension in Iran after death of president in helicopter crash
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There is indication of emerging tension of a coup to overthrow power in Iran after the death of President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash.

The Iranian military was gathered to be deploying personnel to sensitive areas around the country after the helicopter crash to protect the country in case the accident was a coup to over the leadership of Iran.

According to a report, “The IRGC is deploying in sensitive areas around Iran after the helicopter carrying the President and Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic crashed in a remote mountain area to protect the nation in case this was a coup to overthrow power.

“Some citizens of Iran have also begun shooting fireworks in celebration of hopes that their president has died.”

It was highlighted: “It has been over 3 hours since the helicopter carrying Iran’s president crashed.

“There is no doubt that there was several lines of communication on the helicopter and persons.

“At this point every media source is unfortunately awaiting for confirmation on what is most likely the death of Ebrahim Raisi.”




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