Inside Iran’s silent resistance movement defiantly celebrating president’s death

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"…Kasra Aarabi, director of IRGC Research at United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), is unsurprised by the celebrations. 'Raisi was quite literally known as "The Butcher of Tehran",' he told i. 'Raisi made his career by spilling the blood of tens of thousands of Iranians across three decades. It’s no surprise that the Iranians – both young and old – are celebrating his death. 'The deep-rooted irreversible hatred for Raisi reflects the Iranian people’s sentiment towards the totalitarian clerical regime. This is because Raisi represented the true, ugly and bloodstained face of the regime.'"