Unrests embraced Iran

Unrests embraced Iran
 
People of Iran took to the streets expressing their discontent with the state’s policy. The number of protesters Tehran and other cities is increasing day by day. According to mass media, number of protest outbreaks reached 12,000 populated localities. Protesters demand to stop interfering in Syria’s affairs and call out “Death to Rouhani!”, “Death to dictator!”. According to official information, twelve people died for the time being. Protesters from Tehran University are criticizing foreign and domestic politics of the country. Meanwhile, security forces applied violent measures in response. According to Reuters, Tehran police employed water canon trucks to clear away the Firdaus square from protesters. In Zanjan, north-west of the country, clashed between protesters and police were observed. Deputy mayor of Tehran for law enforcement, Ali Asgar Nosir Bat informed that about 200 protesters were arrested; 40 of them are organizers. Tehran’s mayor Muhammad Khusain, in his press release warned the public about illegality of any protests in the capital. According to local sources, security forces control key points of the capital. The situation in Tehran and large cities remains instable.
 
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“Islamic Republic of Iran” means the state of Iran with people’s Islamic form of government. In this form of government, Islam merged with the Kufr, which unveils hypocritical mask of the Kufr under the skin of Islam, where a pseudo-religious leadership was artificially created. Iran is Dar al-Kufr. Thus, what we observe now in Iran is the result of decades long conversion processes against regime. Islam was merged with the Kufr in Iran. As a result, there is a strange and incomprehensible country with external look of Islam but totally consisting of the Kufr inside. Naturally, the foundation and laws of economic system of this state do not come from united doctrine. As Iran is member of international, political organizations, it is forced to abide to the international laws and regulations. So, Iran can apply the religion in a limited way and only for domestic politics. For many years, Iran authorities are conceiving its people with external symbols of Islam and with fatwas loyal to the government. Eventually, the country has weak politics and aggravating economics as a result of “incompatible” ruling system. Despite the fact that Iran’s economic vulnerability is because of cooperation with the global system of Kufr, people’s protest actions are focused on Islamic ruling. It is explained by that Khomenei, who claims to be the true spiritual leader, inspired people that the ruling is implemented only in accordance with Islam. Using this, the Kufr forces push the idea of “falseness and vulnerability” of the spiritual government system. Therefore, there will be no revolution in Iran because there is no ideological environment in the country that could trigger radical changes. Iran is only trying to change the form of government. Namely, the Kufr forces plan to push out so-called “spiritual government” that lost any respect of the people. It is an expected and natural process, and there is no point to expect another result even if some forces will try to change the path of changes by cooperating with unbelievers, using their help and methods! The incident in Iran can be called a revolutionary movement of secularists. They even do not agree with existing so-called “Islamic government”. In fact, Iran is experiencing natural process of alienation, as it seems that the Kufr does not need any more once very useful ruling in “Islamic environment”! The people of Iran, once demanding nothing except Islam, is conceived and exhausted by the vicious system. The global players of Kufr are patiently and for a long time waiting for that day!. Saudi Arabia has the similar system. Most certainly, the same situation will be in this country, too! Maybe, they are buying weapons from leading kufr states for billions of dollars namely to prevent such events in the future.

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