MEK Iran: Regime’s Near Downfall
Since 2009, there have been three nationwide uprisings, as well as other significant protests such as the ones in Saravan and Khuzestan. The goals of this series of protests were to improve living conditions and condemn the regime’s incapability to deal with the current crises and the mullahs’ abuse of violence.
As the protests occurred, they quickly grew in size
As the protests occurred, they quickly grew in size, eventually spreading across the entire country. Protests have gotten more organized as well, during November 2019 no one’s private property or other public areas like supermarkets were attacked or destroyed; instead, the regime’s bases, stations, and organization buildings were targeted.
The regime responded with extreme violence and brutality. More than 1,500 protesters were killed, 4,000 injured and 12,000 arrested. Despite the starvation and repeated crises, the population only want the regime to fall.
People’s hopes and demands for freedom, democracy
What has become evident is that people’s hopes and demands for freedom, democracy, and respect for human rights will not be abandoned. The uprisings are far from done; the people are still resisting, and another uprising is almost guaranteed to erupt. Protests are still going on, and the regime’s attempts to silence them have just strengthened their resolve.
The state-run daily Shargh gathered all of the regime’s factions under the banner of ‘believers of the Islamic Republic,’ admitting that none of them had the capacity to change anything:
The country’s political and economic issues
“The proximity of domestic criticizers to the country’s political and economic issues and awareness of people’s demands have given them the belief that by compensating their past mistakes, they can be again the voice of the people.”
This paper expresses an intriguing viewpoint on the main faction, the Principlists, which are linked to the supreme leader:
“In the vacuum between these movements, the Principlists, who, with their free wings and self-confidence derived from state and parliamentary power, think they can stabilize the situation and are consolidating their positions by eliminating rivals and opponents and by kicking them out, and with political and social restrictions and relying on the fact that in the absence of hegemony they can persuade the people with authority. More than wanting to be the voice of the people, they are trying to create ways to control the people.”
The regime is being forced to remove its misleading mask
The president of the regime, Ebrahim Raisi, as well as his repressive force, the Revolutionary Guards, have been identified as the principal perpetrators of the problems.
The regime is being forced to remove its misleading mask of tolerating reformist opposition as a result of the protests. The people have also demonstrated their clear rejection of the regime in the last elections in 2021. This is a clear indicator that the regime is on the verge of collapse and that Iranians will fight for their tights once more.
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