“To the brave, long-suffering people of Iran: I support you from the very beginning of my chairmanship, and my administration will continue to support you. We are closely monitoring your protests and are inspired by your courage,” US head of state wrote.
The US President also added that the Iranian government should allow human rights groups to find out and report facts from the scene of the Iranian protests.
"The massacre of peaceful protesters should not be repeated, they should not turn off the Internet. The world is watching," he added.
As we reported, students went to a protest rally demanding to punish those responsible for the crash of a Ukrainian plane shot down by an Iranian missile in Tehran.
The rally is held under the slogan: "commander in chief, resign!" The Ayatollah is Iran's commander in chief.
Students chanted “Shame” on Iranian leaders, calling for justice in the plane crash.