I was certain that the Iranian “revolutionary” state of mullahs will face obstacles during our modern times, as unless the revolution transitions towards a civil state, it will certainly collapse. I’ve actually noted that in previous articles. To clerics, this transition marked a red line, however it’s now become an urgent necessity. It’s a necessity despite the guardian jurist’s will or dictator’s as the Iranians like to describe him. The guardian jurist once strongly stood against the symbols of reform, Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, during the 2009 Green Movement when the elections were forged so Ahmedinejad, the hard-liners’ candidate, wins.
Revolution of the hungry
Anyway, the Iranians’ revolt is open to all possibilities. The regime may collapse especially if security forces fail at suppressing this revolt or it may successfully contain it and control it.Mohammed Al Shaikh