Previously Iran’s state media have written about the “crisis of distrust” of the Iranian people toward the government, but now one of these outlets, the Ars Iran website, is speaking about a new phenomenon which it calls, “becoming senseless” and followed by “hopelessness.”
The recent sabotage at Iran’s main nuclear enrichment facility is just the latest setback for the country’s Revolutionary Guard, though the paramilitary force is rarely publicly criticized due to its power.
In recent months, the Iranian people have dramatically increased their protests against their theocratic rulers across the country. They flagrantly announce their disappointment over officials’ mismanagement, corruption, and hazardous decisions. “We have reached the end of the line” citizens from different classes commonly say in various cities and towns.
In the weeks leading up to the Presidential election in Iran, political rivalries have severely intensified. To gain political privileges and public acceptance, officials speak about untold stories like the bloody crackdown on defenseless protesters in November 2019.
There were at least 193 protests in 70 cities across Iran in March despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the regime’s crackdown on dissent, and the Nowruz holiday, according to the Iranian Resistance. Let’s look at some of the different groups holding the protests.
According to collected reports by sources affiliated with the Iranian Resistance in March, there were at least 193 recorded protests in 70 cities.
Iranian pensioners held organized protests in over 15 cities across Iran Sunday to demand higher pensions, while announcing they would not take part in the upcoming presidential elections in Iran.
More than a month after the protests in Saravan over the killing of Baluch fuel traders, the fate of at least 16 Baluch citizens arrested and their families are worried about their conditions.
Protesters against the Iran-China 25-year agreement took to the streets in Tehran, Karaj, and Isfahan this week. They believe the regime is selling out their country to China.
The Iranian officials have increased their efforts to censor internet content and block social media in order to stop people from learning about protests or organise future ones, as the situation in Iran becomes more explosive.
The Foreign Minister of Iran and China signed a 25-year cooperation agreement on March 27, which was aired live on Iran’s state-run TV.