By Maziar Bahari Source: Washington Post Dec 30, 2017 On Thursday, Dec. 28, a group of people gathered in the city of Mashhad and demonstrated against the Iranian government’s economic policies. This demonstration happened in a city that is holy for 250 million Shiite Muslims around the world; it is where Reza, the 8th Shiite imam, … Continue reading A second revolution in Iran? Not yet ..
By: Simon Tisdall Source: The Guardian Jan 1, 2018 Like birds of prey circling high in the desert sky, Iran’s many foes and rivals are watching the street protests in Tehran and other cities with beady-eyed anticipation. Hopes that the unrest could trigger regime collapse, voiced openly in the US and Israel, appear premature. But … Continue reading Iran’s enemies would be wise not to wish for regime change ..
Al Jisr Center for Studies: This title might seem weird to those who consider the regime’s fall is restricted to ousting a governor through public protests or a military coup. Others believe the opposite and see the regime’s fall is related to its inability to manage the state. They believe the revolution has accomplished a … Continue reading Assad fell down … (Four Indicators Which Affirm Assad’s Has Lost the Components of the State) ..