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Experts believe the situation will be much worse before it gets any betterExperts believe the situation will be much worse before it gets any better

Is Iran on the brink of a new revolution?

The exiled journalist on why Iran’s rulers fear the women’s uprising and why western leaders are failing protestersThe exiled journalist on why Iran’s rulers fear the women’s uprising and why western leaders are failing protesters

Iranian activist Masih Alinejad: ‘It’s the start of the end for the Islamic Republic’ | Iran | The Guardian

The Islamic Republic has always cultivated a reservoir of devoted female support.

It’s Woman vs. Woman in Iran’s Protests

Many Iranians remain religious – or at least culturally and socially conservative – even if they are disgusted by the abuses, corruption and profound incompetence of the regime, writes Borzou Daragahi Many Iranians remain religious – or at least culturally and socially conservative – even if they are disgusted by the abuses, corruption and profound incompetence of the regime, writes Borzou Daragahi

Growing Iran’s uprising means appealing to those still sitting on the fence | The Independent

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Experts and Tehran-watchers say the public uprising and Iranian government’s violent crackdown have potentially killed any prospect of putting the negotiations back on track.Experts and Tehran-watchers say the public uprising and Iranian government’s violent crackdown have potentially killed any prospect of putting the negotiations back on track.

Can Iran nuclear deal be saved amid deadly protests?

Now is the time to prove that this world supports the Iranian people, loves women, cherishes life and values freedom.Now is the time to prove that this world supports the Iranian people, loves women, cherishes life and values freedom.

Our sisters in Iran are no longer afraid of the ayatollahs – POLITICO

Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 citiesWhile the protests in Iran have no open leadership, they do have remarkable symbolism. This symbolism speaks to the protesters’ awareness and focus, which is seen in the slogans raised by the young Iranian women, as well as men, taking to the streets

Iran… Symbolism and Carpet Weaving | Asharq AL-awsat

It is true that the Islamic Republic instituted draconian patriarchal policies after the revolution on 1979 that stripped the very basic formal rights that women had been granted under the ancien régime. These measures formally reduced women to second-class citizens in matters of marriage, custody, inheritance, crime and judiciary, dress code, segregation, and many other spheres of social life.  Yet, despite all this, women’s social mobility and presence in public sphere grew exponentially in the past four decades.  Ironically, this is in part an effect of the unintended consequences of these policies.

How the Islamic Revolution Gave Rise to a Massive Women’s Movement in Iran - CounterPunch.org

Screenwriter And Satirist Nicole Najafi Breaks Down The History & Truth Of The Situation In Iran; Urgently Calls For Support — Guest ColumnScreenwriter And Satirist Nicole Najafi Breaks Down The History & Truth Of The Situation In Iran; Urgently Calls For Support — Guest Column

Screenwriter And Satirist Nicole Najafi Explains The Situation In Iran – Deadline

Despite a crackdown by security forces that local human rights advocates claim resulted in at least 321 deaths and 14,800 arrests,Despite a crackdown by security forces that local human rights advocates claim resulted in at least 321 deaths and 14,800 arrests,

'We could hear the beatings and screams in jail', says Iran protester

A peaceful, secular Iran would transform the lives of its young, educated population and provide a desperately needed fillip for a world whose future has rarely looked darker

Iran protests: Dissident who founded Ayatollah's Revolutionary Guard reveals why the regime will fall

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By Khaled Abou Zahr* The Iran regime’s apologists in the US and Europe have been forced to keep shifting their stands. When the ongoing protests erupted in Iran, they first chose silence. Then, whe…

Iran: Regime’s Apologists Want To Deny Protesters Hope – OpEd – Eurasia Review

High levels of women participation tend to make mass movements more inclusive, innovative, nonviolent, and, crucially, more likely to achieve their goals.Historically, these kinds of protests are more inclusive, innovative, and more likely to achieve their goals.

What Success of Women-Led Protests Say About Iran’s Future | Time

A woman released from detention tells the BBC she witnessed physical and psychological torture.A woman released from detention tells the BBC she witnessed physical and psychological torture.

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Iranian men have been protesting alongside women in Iran and abroad but some say they need more men on board for the advancement of the movement.Iranian men have been protesting alongside women in Iran and abroad but some say they need more men on board for the advancement of the movement.

Iran protests: Why it's important Iranian men are supporting their country's feminist revolution | SBS News

The hijab has been a symbol of Iranian oppression for decades and the recent death of a young woman arrested over the dress code has sparked a level of open defiance -- and maybe the beginning of a new revolution.The hijab has been a symbol of Iranian oppression for decades and the recent death of a young woman arrested over the dress code has sparked a level of open defiance -- and maybe the beginning of a new revolution.

'New revolution': Iran protests defy 40 years of women's oppression - UPI.com

Iran has recently launched a barrage of threats and accusations against several external actors, which it accuses of being behind the protests that have erupted across the country following the death of a young Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, at the hands of the regime’s so-called morality police. To begin its quest to spin lies and distract attention, the Iranian regime targetedIran has recently launched a barrage of threats and accusations against several external actors, which it accuses of being behind the protests that have erupted across the country following the death

Iran seeks external enemy to distract from domestic failures | Arab News