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Revolution knocking door again in Iran

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The recent three days of protests that broke out in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar with hundreds of angry shopkeepers taking to the street against the sharp fall in the value of the Iranian currency – have for sure been suppressed by the regime. But the sentiment that drove these protests in one of most loyal support base of the current Iranian regime is still prevalent among the masses. Mullah regime used excessive force to quell these demonstrations by “Bazaris” but regime have just bought some time before a full-fledged peoples’ revolution breaks out. The regime has failed to address the fundamental problem of common people. Iranians are discontented about the state of economy which is rattling the Islamic Republic. Moreover, frustrations are enhanced when people here see that their leaders have no solution to end the logjam. The level of anger against the regime is at an all time high which was clearly echoed when people shouted slogans against Iran’s ultimate authority, Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and other top officials demanding that they should step down. At the core of this dissatisfaction is the government’s decades-long disregard for the economic........

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