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Effects of January Uprising Still Seen in Battles over the Internet and Iran’s Ruling System

By INU Staff

INU - The mass Iranian protests that started in late December and continued through much of January remain topics of vigorous debate and analysis both within the Islamic Republic and in global policies circles. On Friday, Iran Wire helped to keep them in the headlines with its own analysis of the slogans and motives representing that protest movement. It has been widely reported that the first demonstrations, in the city of Mashhad, were driven largely by economic grievances but that the scope of the nationwide uprising quickly broadened to include a number of social and political demands, including explicit demands for regime change.

Iran Faces Internal Strife and Economic Crises

Macron Tramp

By INU Staff

INU -President Trump issued a stark warning to the Islamic Republic of Iran during Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the White House, where he discussed the Iran nuclear deal with the US president. Trump said that If Iran restarts their nuclear program, “They will have bigger problems than they’ve ever had before.”

Iran: Strikes in Kurdistan, as Borders Close

Protests Spread in Iran’s Kurdish

By INU Staff

INU - This has been deemed the year of “Support of Iranian products” by Supreme leader Ali Khamenei. Then, the government began closing western borders with Turkey and Iraqi Kurdistan after his announcement. It also increased the tax tariff. In response to the measures taken by the central government, Kurdish border cities have gone on strike.

Escalation of Protests in Iran's Drought-Ridden Isfahan Province

By INU Staff

INU - On April 13th, as farmers continued their protests against the government’s water policies in Iran’s Isfahan Province, they received a surprising blow. During a Friday prayer sermon in Isfahan on that same day, Ayatollah Yousef Tabatabaeinejad said, “As someone who has always been on the farmers’ side, I don’t think they have the right to demonstrate.

Iran Lobby Is Crumbling

By INU Staff

INU - The Iran Lobby in the US has gone on the offensive yet again after a Nobel Prize-winning Iranian human rights activist publically criticised them for their defence of the mullahs.

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