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Officials acknowledged that 200 people, including security forces, have been killed in ongoing protests in Iran, and President Ibrahim Raisi defends the current regime and calls Iran a guarantor of human rights and freedoms. According to a foreign news agency, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi said that the Islamic country guarantees human rights and freedom, while according to the United Nations more than 300 people have lost their lives as a result of the crackdown on anti-government protests. the agencies said more than 200 people were killed, including security forces, a number far lower than the figure reported by human rights organizations. Mahsa Amini, 22, is in police custody. Demonstrations have been going on across the country for the third month since The report said that these demonstrations have been one of the few main channels for the Iranian government since it came to power after the Islamic Revolution in 1979. The report reported that the protesters led the Supreme Court regardless of the brutal crackdown. slogans against Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and repeatedly called for the abolition of the Islamic regime. Iranian authorities blame foreign enemies, including the United States, Saudi Arabia and Israel, for the protests. Addressing the gathering, an unknown African lawyer said that Iran’s constitution is very progressive in the world because it contains democratic ideas, he said he met the lawyer many years ago. he said the constitution is the guarantor of the Islamic system and also guarantees freedom along with the basic Meezan News Agency quoted the official Security Council of the Ministry of Home Affairs as saying that 200 people have been killed in the riots so far. The report quoted Amir Ali Hajizadeh, a senior commander of the Revolutionary Guards, as saying that 300 people had been killed in the recent riots, including members of the security forces. Javed Rehman said more than 300 people had been killed in the protests, including 40 children. The news agency said 469 demonstrators were killed, including 64 children, 61 security personnel, and 18,210 protesters were arrested, but called for a referendum to end the atrocities and change Iran’s system of government. He said in late November that the social protests show that the policies of the last 43 years have come to an end.