Regime Chants “Death to America”, Iranians Chant “Death to Mullahs”

THIS is a protest; BLM BS isn’t.

This is feminism; pussy hats are not.

The Iranian woman has not only removed her hijab, she’s holding it up on a stick for all to see, aware of the consequences.

This is courage. This is iconic.

by Majid Rafizadeh  •  January 1, 2018 at 4:30 am

  • Now, people in Iran are demanding not just limited reforms but regime change. The government has been doing all it can to stoke the flames of hatred, but has been trying to deflect it to “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”.
  • The Trump administration is taking the right side by supporting the Iranian people; they are the principal victims of the Iranian regime and its Islamist agenda.
  • Let us not be on the side of history that would remain silent in the face of such crimes against humanity, let us not join the ranks of other dictators, terrorists, and criminals, that turned a blind eye to violence, and the will of brave, innocent people.
Pictured: People in Tehran, Iran, protest against rigged elections during the popular uprising in the name of the “Green Movement,” on June 16, 2009. (Image source: Milad Avazbeigi/Wikimedia Commons)

Protests have grown and have spread across Iran in cities such as Tehran, Kermanshah, Shiraz, Rasht, Qom, Hamedan, Ahvaz, Isfahan, Zahedan, Qazvin, and Sari.

The political nature of the protests has been made clear from the outset and the regime is experiencing a political earthquake. The regime’s gunmen have been out in full force. Despite the brutal power being deployed to crush these peaceful demonstrators — four protestors have already been reported killed — more people are flooding the streets in defiance of the regime.

The scale of these sudden protests is unprecedented during the last four decades of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s rule.

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4 thoughts on “Regime Chants “Death to America”, Iranians Chant “Death to Mullahs””

  1. They still want islam, they still think they are better than nonbelievers, so it’s just a blip. Islam always returns, wax and wane, repeat. Only when you abandon islam is there hope for a muslim society.

    1. Here is how I replied to another comment at Gatestone:

      Ron, your question answers itself. There is no way for Muslims to escape from theocracy without abandoning Islam entirely. Attaturk’s failure in Turkey is ample evidence of that. Islam persists; it never takes no for an answer. It festers, it seethes, then it breaks out like a pimple, boil & carbuncle.

      The chants about Iran, not Gaza & Syria are proto-Trumpism, nationalistic, not contra-Islamic. They flow from personal and communal desperation born of bad resource allocation.

      While the IRG & Basiji have the arms and will to kill, it is unlikely that the Green Revolution can succeed short of great carnage.

      Of cuss you are entirely correct. They must completely abandon the war cult.

  2. As Dajjal said, here:

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11649/iran-regime-death

    “There is no way for Muslims to escape from theocracy without abandoning Islam entirely. Attaturk’s failure in Turkey is ample evidence of that. Islam persists; it never takes no for an answer. It festers, it seethes, then it breaks out like a pimple, boil & carbuncle.

    The chants about Iran, not Gaza & Syria are proto-Trumpism, nationalistic, not contra-Islamic. They flow from personal and communal desperation born of bad resource allocation.

    While the IRG & Basiji have the arms and will to kill, it is unlikely that the Green Revolution can succeed short of great carnage.”

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