Iraqi Protests - a swap for Iran’s mullahs

Iraq Has Become a Swap for Iran’s Mullahs

Atousa Pilger 28 November 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Atousa Pilger

The situation in Iraq has been the main concern of the mullahs in Iran for nearly two months. After the popular uprisings in October, Quds Force commander Qassim Suleimani tried in every way to prevent the spread of the crisis and weakening of the incompetent and corrupt government of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

A brutal crackdown of Iranian Protesters by security forces that has left more than 750 protesters dead

Death of Reformism in Iran Protests

Armin Baldwin 03 December 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Armin Baldwin

Iran has witnessed a widespread protest movement since Friday November 15, 2019. Protests that began with fuel price hike which immediately turned into a massive protest that no longer had the color and smell of gasoline and took a completely anti-regime form.

Since then, there has been a brutal crackdown by security forces that has left

Iranian regime supreme leader is responsible for violance in Iran Protests 2019

Who Is Responsible for the Violence in Iran?

Armin Baldwin 29 November 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Armin Baldwin

The 40 years of bloody history of the Islamic Republic of Iran can be contemplated in every respect, from the violence and executions of the 1980s until the recent uprising. However, the regime has made great efforts to portray young protesters as thugs.

Protests that erupted across Iran in mid-November herald a new era for the country.

The Build-up to Iran’s Protests

Atousa Pilger 25 November 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Atousa Pilger

Protests that erupted across Iran in mid-November herald a new era for the country. This era can be observed by any commentator, regardless of political orientation. Sociologists, political scientists, and political elites, on the one hand, and security apparatus and analysts, on the other hand, examine the context and consequences of recent mass protests.

A Glimpse of Iran Protests 2019 Characteristics, Current State  and Futures prospection

A Glimpse of Iran Protests 2019

Navid Felker 22 November 2019

Iran Protests 2019 Analysis 

By Navid Felker

The anti-regime protests began on November 15 and spread rapidly in 165 cities across the country. In a bloody suppression, the regime oppressive forces killed at least 251 protesters and arrested over 3700 people.

Opposite to regime claims and massive crackdown, protests are continuing in various places and parts of Iran.

Iranian regime and its security officials shut down internet access as part of its bloody crackdown.

Iran internet Shutdown’s Outcome

Azita Carlson 21 November 2019

Analysis by StopFundamentalism.com

By Azita Carlson

Following the anti-government protests, spread to more than 140 cities across Iran, the Iranian regime and its security officials shut down internet access as part of its bloody crackdown. A repeated decision executed for the first time during post-election protests in 2009.

In 2009 people were able to organize many protests through Facebook and SMS in Tehran and various cities which led to a quick internet shutdown by the regime.

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