Mehran Somak, a 27-year-old man from Tehran, was shot dead Wednesday (Wednesday) by police officers during the celebrations after the United States' 0:1 victory over Iran in the World Cup in Qatar.
According to the publications, Somek and his friends took to the streets to celebrate the loss of their national team, this in light of the great divide in the country after the national team's players began to sing the national anthem in their last two games, which was perceived by the country's residents as support for the regime.
The Iranian regime killed a young man in the city of Anzali while he was in his car.
The reason for shooting?
He was honking to celebrate iran football team defeat against usa, let that sink in, Just for honking #مهران_سماك #IranRevolution2022 #MahsaAmini #مهسا_امینی #iran #wm pic.twitter.com/GLGtTsTOFE
— Iman Sefati (@ISefati) November 30, 2022
Following the sirens, the security forces of the Islamic Republic arrived in their vehicle and shot Maharan in the head at close range.
Since last night, the story has caught on in social media and many expatriate journalists who fled Iran have started sharing the story.
Iran's loss brought tens of thousands of people in Iran to the streets to celebrate.
The moment the final whistle blew and the Iranians were eliminated from the rest of the World Cup, crowds in quite a few cities took to the streets, shooting off fireworks, blocking roads and singing songs of praise for the United States, who continued to the round of 16.
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