Protests in Iran

Will the latest protests in Iran finally bring down its oppressive regime?

Iran’s crackdown on the anti-government protests, which began on September 16, has resulted in the arrest of hundreds of protesters, at least 28 journalists and 9 Europeans, and the deaths of at least 133 people.

These protests are the most violent the Iranian regime has faced since 2019. Many in the West hope this oppressive regime has finally pushed its citizens too far and is either about to fall or see some radical changes. Is this the long hoped-for turning point for Iran?

Read more at “Are the Protests in Iran a Turning Point?”

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