With a new wave of US sanctions just around the corner, the regime ruling Iran is in deep waters as domestic and international pressures escalate. To add insult to injury for the clerics in Tehran, public discontent is increasing and people from all of life across Iran are demanding regime change.
Reform: A story of the past
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With #Iran's regime suffering from a variety of crises, the ongoing protests & strikes are lesser discussed in the media.— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) October 1, 2018
My @AlArabiya_Eng take digs into the highly important #IranProtests.https://t.co/IJ1pb68F15