The demonstrations returned more and more, especially after it became clear that the Iranian attack on American targets in Baghdad was only a face-saving scenario, and that Khamenei's missiles targeted only a Ukrainian passenger plane.
Tens of thousands of Iranian protesters took to the streets of the capital Tehran to demand that the Supreme Leader, "Ali Khamenei" leave, after admitting the downing of the Ukrainian plane.
Videos were posted on social media, showing the gathering of demonstrators near Amir Kabir University in Tehran, chanting slogans demanding the resignation of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the commander of the Air Force, against the background of the authorities' recognition of the targeting of the Ukrainian plane.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards announced that it bears full responsibility for the crash of the Ukrainian plane, while the Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, announced that Tehran will continue to investigate the "unforgivable error" that led to the crash of the Ukrainian plane, stressing that "the human error and the wrong launch of the guards defenses" Iranian revolutionary, has killed the plane and killed 176 innocent people. "
The "Boeing 737-800" passenger plane of "Ukrainian Airlines" crashed at dawn on January 8, 2020, during a flight from Tehran to the Ukrainian capital Kiev minutes after takeoff, in a disaster that killed 176 people.