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Iran's announcement that it will stockpile more nuclear materials than allowed by the international agreement Trump has tried to destroy is nuanced, but perilous nonetheless.
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At least three people have been killed and many injured. The unrest began over changes in administrative boundaries, but the chants and violence soon took on broader dimensions.
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It’s so easy and so wrong to judge social movements from afar. The protests in Iran were important, but not in the ways that those thousands of miles away declared them to be.
As protests die down and demonstrators regroup, concerns have grown about some of the social media encouraging people to burn government buildings and mosques.
The Revolutionary Guards, fronted by an infamous interrogator from Evin Prison, blame Americans, Israelis, and Saudis for demonstrations that have erupted across the country.
Infamous Evin Prison prepares to receive new inmates as statements by governors and security officials indicate more than 1,000 people have been arrested already throughout Iran.
The government cannot move its forces from one city to another because the protests have spread everywhere. It has no effective means to suppress the people.
The speed and anger of this unrest sprang from decades of unmet demands and goes far beyond what Rouhani can fix. It’s decision time for Ayatollah Khamenei, one ex-MP says.