What do Iran, Iraq, Yemen and Lebanon currently have in common?
On top of being countries that suffer from the poisonous Iranian harm, or actually because of it, they have popular anger and explosive whines from the burdening and costly economic expenses. Protests that do not end, sometimes to demand the removal of garbage, sometimes due to power cuts and water contamination, and sometimes to protest against economic hardship, like what’s happening in Lebanon, Iraq and Iran.
The anger’s essence is poured onto the political category itself or rather on the regime and the entire political contract so is it a coincidence that all of these countries are all influenced in one way or another by apparent and secret Iranian influence?
If Iran, which wants to impose its influence on these countries, is itself sipping from this cup of economic bitterness, how can it be a model that can be trusted and relied on?Mashari Althaydi