With the rise of protests and demonstrations against the insult of the status of the Supreme Religious Authority, represented by the Grand Ayatollah Sadiq al-Husseini al-Shirazi, and the arrest of his son, Ayatollah Sayed Hussein al-Shirazi, the government of Iran is determined to shroud the public opinion on the issue.
Sources have confirmed to Shiawaves News Agency that the latest developments on the lies spread in the Iranian agencies are the claim of threatening the Iranian ambassador in Britain by a person who is said to belong to the house of Ayatollah Shirazi.
The Iranian ambassador claimed that a person belonging to the house of Ayatollah Shirazi has threatened him on his Twitter account, saying: "I have read on you al-Fatihah."
For his part, the person accused by the Iranian ambassador after the spread of this false news, is in no way affiliated with the Grand Ayatollah Shirazi, adding: "I am concerned about the government of Iran, which seeks to divide and sabotage the Shia class."
The accused wondered, "Why is at the time of Shirazi's kidnapping and the insult to the Grand Ayatollah by the government forces that the Iranian media decides to take a policy of silence,” adding that he would hold a judicial appeal to anyone charged in the Iranian courts.