Raisi was born in Mashhad, northeast Iran, back in 1960.
He went to school for six years then entered the Mashhad Religious School.
At the age of 15, he went to Qom, continuing his studies in the Haghani School alongside other known regime criminals such as Ali Fallahian, Ruhollah Hosseinian, Mostafa Pour Mohammadi, and Hossein Ali Nayeri.
He was 18 during the 1979 revolution and had no political experience.
At the age of 19, he was officially selected to supervise the interrogation and torture of prisoners in Karaj, west of Tehran.
He was appointed as public prosecutor of Karaj and Hamedan at the age of 20.
He went on to become the deputy public prosecutor in Tehran, and in 1988 he was an active member of the “Deaths Commission,” overseeing the massacre of political prisoners in Evin and Gohardasht prisons.
And this is Ebrahim Raisi’s reward: a poorly educated mullah who reached the realms of power by massacring political prisoners.
Public prosecutor of Tehran for five years.
Head of the country’s Inspections Office for ten years.
General Prosecutor for two years.
Deputy judiciary chief for ten years.
Head of the Astan Quds Razavi foundation, meaning Iran’s largest economic entity.
And finally, head of the regime’s judiciary.
This ruthless criminal was Khamenei’s candidate in the 2017 presidential election. However, he lost due to the revelations made by the Iranian opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran.
This criminal mullah has entered the 2021 presidential election to relieve Khamenei of the many crises engulfing his regime. However, this time around he will once again be condemned by the people and his victims’ families.