Butcher of Tehran who slaughtered school girls, dead.

Known as the “butcher of Tehran”, Mr. Raisi was one of four people on the Iranian prosecution committee responsible for execution of thousands of political prisoners in Iran in 1988. He was hence labeled the “death committee” and “Butcher of Tehran”.

The Iranian “President” Ebrahim Raisi is the de facto Vice President to Ali Khamenei the Supreme Commander of Iran.

The RINJ Foundation and the staff of FPM.news extend deepest condolences to the families of Air Crew and government workers aboard the ill-fated aircraft.

Raisi has a bad reputation for killing school girls for not wearing a hijab.

The RINJ Foundation operates in Iran, creating protests and other activities that focus on protecting the rights of women.

“In retaliation against the protests, the %^$&^% began to poison the girls. We know this becuase our security people sent to one of the schools for two weeks, caught an Iranian secret service operator setting up this attack. The person willingly gave up a lot of information,” explained Behar Abbasi from Gaza. Behar has led the RINJ Women operation in Tehran.

“The “poisonings” were actually nautious gasses from an inventory of fairly benign paramilitary chemical weapons used on protest marchers in sh*thole countries,” continued Ms. Abbasi.

“The girls were already terrified by the killings and the brutality of police rapings and beatings of girls for not wearing any head covering at all. That was was so bad that during terrorizing events of the various Iranian goon squads, a number of psychogenic hysteria cases were suspected that had serious health outcomes.

“The girls, 12-15 yrs of age were indeed becoming hysterical at times. When one in their midst was beaten or raped, it took as long as a week to get a shcool calmed. The question would be, “who is next”. And when any man talked to a girl, while she was walking to and from school, another psychogenic reaction would spread like wildfire. Raisi exploited this and his apparent glee was followed by more attacks,” said Behar, her breath sounding like scorching streams of red-flame anger.

“The checmical riot control agents were first noticed in November 2022, when many thousands of school girls across over three dozen girls’ schools were poisoned by the Iranian government—some school girls were hospitalized but the reaction to the alleged ‘poison’ was short-lived,” she added.

“It was more of a terror attack than anything else. Raisi ridiculed the girls’ reactions as being women’s ‘periodic hysteria’. Nevertheless President Raisi promised to create an investigation and end the attacks but he still dismissed shool girls’ symptoms as “womens’ stress”. He will not be missed among Gen Zm but the problem does not go away because the Butcher of Tehran is gone.”


Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi dies in air crashIranian President Ebrahim Raisi dies in air crash in mountainous terrain. Ebrahim Raisi supporters campaigning in Tehran, Iran for 2017 presidential election. Date 29 April 2017 Photo credit: Mahmoud Hosseini / Tasnim News Agency.

On 16 September 2022, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, an Iranian woman a.ka. Jina Amini, died in a hospital in Tehran, Iran, after a violent encounter with Iran’s so-called “Guidance Patrol”, the morality police of Iran’s Raisi government. Amini was allegedly not wearing her hijab in a “manner approved by the Iranian government standards (Wikipedia)”.

A strong global backlash followed. Mr. Raisi proceeded to intensify the force used against school girls.

“Women, Life, Freedom,” the legacy of Mahsa Amini, Angel of Freedom.

Below: Women and girls lost to Rasi’s murderous rampages.

Mahsa Amini died as a result of a blow to the headMahsa Amini died as a result of a blow to the head

Nika Shakermi Her friends have asked she be avenged Gen Z women salute for evil men

Just imagine having “Morality Police”. That’s Iran and other terrorist states that subjugate women.

RINJ Women in Iran declared war on Ali Khamenei-ordered femicides. Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi are serial killers on a rampage that started with Mahsa Amini. It is agreed with the thousands of RINJ Members in Iran that a true human-rights respecting democracy is needed in Iran and that the dictatorship of Ali Khamenei and Ebrahim Raisi must be ended because of its mass murders.


Video: Goldie Ghamari, MPP, Ontario, Canada Legislature. “Meaningful tributes to Mahsa Amini are coming from all around the world,” said the heroic crusader for women’s rights.

Mahsa Amini became an Angel of Freedom

Heading to the Mahsa Amini tomb. X.com image. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Thousands of mourners, women without head-coverings, visited the tomb of Mahsa Amini on the 40th day since her death despite hundreds if not thousands of Islamic Revolutionary Guards and other security forces harassing attendees, firing live rounds and tear gas at the crowds.

Gen Z school girrls call liar on Iran leadership

Gone but not forgotten are the women and girls Iran’s Raisi has been slaughtering. Now Israel is doing the same. Photo Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“We will come with more people and if needed will come armed and capable of protecting ourselves because that is our right. Peaceful demonstrations will soon be protected by hired armed guards where there is a history of state-sponsored violence toward women protestors,” RINJ Women medical director Dr. Nassima al Amouri has said in anger at the deaths of the Iranian school girls.

“Men who murder women and children should not be free. The Quran says they should not be alive,” adds Dr. al Amouri

The Butcher of Tehran is dead

Not much is known about why on 19 May one of a formation of three Bell Helicopters did not make it to Tabriz from Khudafarin. Photo credit: Croatian Police, Bell 212m 2008. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

The RINJ Foundation and the staff of FPM.news extend deepest condolences to the families of Air Crew and government workers aboard the ill-fated aircraft.

Aboard the crashed Bell 212 helicopter were Ebrahim Raisi, widely respected diplomat and foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, governor-general of East Azerbaijan province Malek Rahmati, and Mohammad Ali Ale-Hashem, the representative of the Supreme Leader in East Azerbaijan. Including a body guard, a security advisor, a techniciam, the pilot and co-pilot, nine souls were lost in the crash, according to the Iranian Red Crescent Society.

Not much about the condition of this Iranian Bell 212 helicopter is known but the machine is one of the Fort Worth-built helicopters before the factory was moved to Mirabel, Quebec in 1988.

According to our editor, Micheal John who is a high-time Canadian pilot, who flew as chief pilot for a specialty air service in his early twenties then as a test pilot for aviation publications, “The Bell 212 is a robust helicopter in any configuration. This unit we believe was reconfigured from utility use to executive passanger livery and would likely have the most robust engine and gear boxes and a high priority maintenance routine. The 212 is not difficult to maintain and has a very high number of accident-free flying hours. Any talk about its age being a contributing factor to a crash is uninformed speculation. You fly the aircraft not the avionics, electronics and gadgets. It must have been a complex set of circumstances that caused this crash. Any speculation before a fully detailed accident report is released is a waste of words.”

“The Bell 212 is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3 Twin-Pac turbine engines which mates two of the ubiquitous PT6 turbines driving a common main gearbox. The two PT6 engines are capable of producing up to 1,800 shaft horse power (shp)  (1,342 kW). Should one power section fail the remaining section can deliver 900 shp (671 kW) for 30 minutes, or 765 shp (571 kW) continuously, enabling the 212 to maintain cruise performance at even maximum weight,” he explained.


The RINJ Foundation and the staff of FPM.news extend deepest condolences to the families of Air Crew and government workers aboard the ill-fated aircraft.