"Islam has a cure for people suffering from this problem.If they want to change their gender, the path is open," says Hojatol Islam Muhammad Mehdi Kariminia, the religious cleric responsible for gender reassignment.Iran has accused the US of "inciting" anti-government protests that have gripped the country, and said the Trump administration had "flouted" international law and the principles of the UN charter by supporting the unrest in a series of "absurd tweets".on Wednesday, Gholamali Khoshroo, the Iranian ambassador to the UN, said the US had "crossed every limit" by "inciting Iranians to engage in disruptive acts".This really is an effort by the government to bookend this whole episode."It illustrates to a domestic audience, but also to anyone watching from outside, that the government does enjoy support and that there are tens of thousands of people willing to rally on behalf of the government." Following the demonstrations, General Mohammad Ali Jafari, head of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), declared unrest in the country as over.He claims to have performed over 450 operations in the last 12 years.
He could not work with men because they sexually harassed him and made fun of him.The people of Iran are finally acting against the brutal and corrupt Iranian regime. #Iran Protests — Vice President Mike Pence (@VP) January 3, 2018 said on Tuesday that the US would seek an emergency session of the Security Council and the Human Rights Council to discuss the situation in Iran.All of the money that President Obama so foolishly gave them went into terrorism and into their "pockets." The people have little food, big inflation and no human rights. "The people of Iran are crying out for freedom," she said."[The US] has stepped up its acts of intervention in a grotesque way in Iran's internal affairs under the pretext of providing support for sporadic protests, which in several instances were hijacked by infiltrators," "The US Department of State went so far as admitting that the US government wants to encourage protesters in Iran to change their government, admitting that the US is engaged in interfering with the internal affairs of Iran through Facebook and Twitter," Khoshroo said.At least 22 people have died and more than 450 arrested since anti-government demonstrations erupted across Iran on December 28.