The Iranian movement began to turn into a revolution

The Iranian movement began to turn into a revolution
The Iranian movement began to turn into a revolution

The Iranian movement began to turn into a revolution

With the introduction of the demonstrations that subsequently broke out in Iran The murder of the Kurdish young woman Mahsa AminiIn its third straight month, the head of Israel’s military intelligence, Major General Aharon Haliva, felt that this movement had already begun to morph into something similar popular uprisingor revolution.

At the same time, in a speech at the Institute for National Security Research at Tel Aviv University, he made it clear that he currently sees no “real danger” for the Iranian regime.

Something is interfering with the system

“If you look at some of the incidents and even the timing of their occurrence and the damage to the institutions and symbols of authority and the number of deaths, there is something else going on here that deeply worries the regime,” he added.

Police disperse protests in Tehran (Archive – Associated Press)

However, he warned that, according to Reuters, “it is not possible for the chief of military intelligence to predict the behavior of the masses”.

The nationwide protests since the murder of 22-year-old Amini in mid-September after her detention by the vice squad have not abated and are now in their third month.

However, it has recently peaked in the areas where Iran’s ten million Kurds live.

While the security forces confronted the protesters with repressive and violent methods that resulted in hundreds of deaths, including dozens of children.

It is notable that Israel, which has been embroiled in a decades-long Cold War-like conflict with Iran, is monitoring developments as it tries to persuade world powers to streamline their diplomatic tools to contain its arch-rival’s nuclear program.


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