Is Iranian President Dead

Update: Iran President Ebrahim Raisi is dead following an helicopter crash due to bad weather. The helicopter was engulfed by flames leaving no survivors. Social media posts showed people in Iran setting of fireworks in Iran celebrating due to the brutal regime that Raisi led. He was nicknamed “the Butcher” due to all of the thousands of innocent Iranians that died under him.

On May 19, 2024, a helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi made a hard landing in the East Azerbaijan province of Iran. The incident occurred near Jolfa, a city on the border with Azerbaijan, as Raisi was returning from an event inaugurating a dam alongside Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev. The challenging weather conditions, including heavy rain and fog, are believed to have contributed to the incident​​​​.

The last photo taken of the helicopter before the crash.

IRGC President Ebrahim Raisi Found

The helicopter was carrying several high-ranking officials, including Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahiyan and Ayatollah Al-Hashemi. Despite initial fears and the extensive rescue operations hampered by poor weather, reports indicate that President Raisi and others on board survived the hard landing. However, the exact status of all passengers remains uncertain as rescue teams continue to navigate the difficult terrain​​​​.

Is Iranian President Dead

The latest reports indicate that the search party has reached the area where it is believed the helicopter crashed but the state media has not reported yet whether the passengers are alive or dead. Rescue parties are searching the area on foot due to harsh weather conditions and the impending night fall. This is a developing story. There is a lot of misinformation out there so it’s important to check original sources instead of taking what you see on Twitter verbatim.

Did Mossad Kill Iran President

There Was a story circulating online that Mossad was behind the helicopter crash that the Iran President is presumed to have died in. However, it was posted as a joke and Hamas just picked it up as a news story. The helicopter crashed due to bad weather and faulty air regulations in Iran due to sanctions.


  1. Deccan Chronicle​​
  2. Sahara Reporters​​
  3. Al Jazeera
    3. Twitter

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