The inevitable confessions of the Iranian regime to the deep roots of the uprising!

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By Masoud Dalvand

The bright sunshine of the Iranian uprising has dashed its effects in the eyes of the blind of the media of the Iran regime, and they have inevitably confessed to the deep roots of the uprising in Iran.

In the early days of the uprising, the media of both gangs of the regime، called the uprising as a sabotage riot. And to crack down on it, their suggestion was, suppression.

Now, with the passage of time, and the apparent effect of the uprising on the elements of the mullahs regime, the regime’s media, while afraid, instead of the offering suppression of the uprising, has examined the causes of the uprising, and in this analysis many of them have come to the conclusion: Firstly, the uprising is “an alarm for everyone,” and the meaning of this is that the uprising might go to overthrow of religious dictatorship.

Secondly, it must be faced with realism because of the uprising and cannot be reluctant to easily ignore the real cause of it.

Now, these media of a religious dictatorship that see the suppression and looting of their own system triggered by the flames of the fire of the uprising in Iran.

Of course, the officials of mullah’s regime are not so idiot that they don’t know that was their actions, which the situation came to the point of uprising.

They are well aware that this repressive and corrupt regime is the cause of the people’s poverty, and the motive behind the overthrow of this system is the engine of the uprising.

At the end of this article, I would like to quote from the American artist, Woody Allen, who said:

”For better understanding of governments, just act once against their will “

And you see that the Iranian people chanting from all social classes: Death to Dictator, Death to Khamenei, Death to Rouhani, justice, freedom, the Iranian republic.

Iran Uprising 2018

Originally published at on January 9, 2018.

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I’m a human rights activist who is trying to establish democracy, freedom, and justice in Iran.

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