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Protests in Iran Continue to Grow

Iran could be toppled by the ongoing protests in the country

By Staff Writer

The ongoing Iranian uprising was sparked after the Middle Eastern country’s economy began to spiral last year. Activists began their anti-regime protests in December 2017, as the Iranian people were pushed to the breaking point by rising prices, a falling rial, and a draft budget that cut subsidiaries for the poor and increased spending on the military.

Is Iran’s Regime Reaching the End of the Road?

Is Iran’s Regime Reaching the End of the Road?

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

On August 13th 2018, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei claimed that the regime is facing no dead-ends, and simply recommended a “revolutionary and efficient management” for “resolving the issues at hand”.

But not long after, many media outlets and authorities began admitting to the insufficiency of his management, and the lack of any solutions, which just proves the soon-coming end to the regime.

The People of Iran Want Change

The People of Iran Want Change

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Companies and governments around the world are now banned from using U.S. dollars in their dealings with Iran. Banks are no longer allowed to lend to Iran. The trade of various precious metals, food items and textiles with Iran is banned. These are just some of the effects of the U.S. sanctions on Iran that took effect at the beginning of last week.

Editorial:‌ Iran Regime Terrified of Nationwide Protests

 Iran Regime Terrified of Nationwide Protests

The Iranian regime is facing many crises, both domestically and internationally, but none are more threatening to the continued rule of the mullahs than the ongoing popular uprising in Iran that began in late December.

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