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Has the Iranian government lost control of the protests?

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It shows that it is deployed. Some observers described it as a psychological warfare tactic to deter Iranians from joining the regime in opposition protests. But these reviews seem correct and show that the services are unable to control the ongoing revolution with local forces.

Iran’s ongoing top-haired unrest began after the death of 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mohsa Amini, who was killed by the Islamic Republic’s “moral policy” on September 16. The protests spread rapidly across the country and the security forces were unable to control the protests despite the brutal use of force.

 

Civil security from the Revolutionary Guard Corps, its Basij militia, police forces, and even biros used extreme violence to quell the unrest. Videos posted on social media show the actual use of ammunition by government forces against protesters. Media reports indicate that 389 protesters were killed, 55 of them children, and another 15,345 were arrested on 17 November.

 

However, his use of brutal violence to the death against protesters only served to arouse people’s further anger. Mehdi Rafiei, head of Iran’s Center for Student Ideas, warned of a dangerous and unstoppable approach to “people’s anger at the regime”. Workers in the key world have gone on strike and growths against the system are growing.

In addition, various documents show moral disorder and heavy casualties among the security forces. Some police officers refuse to kill their fellow countrymen or quit their jobs on thinly veiled excuses such as illness. Videos posted on social media show the police withdrawing from the protesters and even standing next to them. A video posted on millions of websites showed the exhaustion of police forces in Isfahan. Unofficial reports show that hospitals affiliated with the raiding forces in Tehran and other provinces are suffering from bed shortages due to the large number of burdens attached to Basic, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and police forces.

Major General Hossein Rahimi, the commander of the armed forces in Tehran, said the forces did not sleep for several nights due to their heavy workload and long working hours. General Hossein Ashtari, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, used to say among a group of army special unit officers, “You did a good job now that Qassem Soleimani is involved. …Make no mistake, our path is right.” Tehran Governor Mohsen al-Mansouri complained of “serious shortcomings in the current security environment”.

The assumption of morale boosting the regime’s forces failed. The Islamic Council voted for changes in the annual budget and 20 percent of the salaries of the security forces. However, due to the ongoing financial crisis, these moves are hampering, making it impossible to carry out these economic incentives. The big scene in food prices during the protests completely neutralizes the famous payroll.

The regime decided to turn to the proxies when the anger of the people towards the regime reached its destination and the security forces were unwilling or unable to suppress their protests. On November 1, London-based Iran International TV reported that it had transported 150 Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces and Keab Hezbollah fighters from Baghdad service to Mashhad in eastern Iran by private plane.

Troops of Lebanese Hezbollah troops were deployed to assist the Iranian Basic militia in their crackdown on the routers. Forces speaking Arabic with a Lebanese accent were seen assisting the Revolutionary Guards and Basic in violently beating Iranian guides in Tehran and Zahidan. An unverified September 18 document allegedly leaked from the work of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah stated that 4,000 soldiers would be deployed to Iran. states.

Numerous reports also indicate that Fatimiyun Brigade forces are stationed in Zahidan. Fatimiyun, a group written by General Qassem Soleimani (the murdered commander of the Jerusalem Force) in 2014, was selected from among Shiite Afghan refugees in Iran to fight in Syria. The group group of these forces joined voluntarily, but other group hunters were forced or information of Iranian citizenship and money joined.

A leaked document states that the commander of the Fars Province police force wrote to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Intelligence Organization (Sazman Hefazat Etelat Sepah) that “the Fatimiyyun militias should be deployed as soon as possible, but the tayap. shows that known Pakistani Shiite militias have entered Iran from the eastern countries of Sistan and Balochistan province.

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It shows that it is deployed. Some observers described it as a psychological warfare tactic to deter Iranians from joining the regime in opposition protests. But these reviews seem correct and show that the services are unable to control the ongoing revolution with local forces.

Iran’s ongoing top-haired unrest began after the death of 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mohsa Amini, who was killed by the Islamic Republic’s “moral policy” on September 16. The protests spread rapidly across the country and the security forces were unable to control the protests despite the brutal use of force.

 

Civil security from the Revolutionary Guard Corps, its Basij militia, police forces, and even biros used extreme violence to quell the unrest. Videos posted on social media show the actual use of ammunition by government forces against protesters. Media reports indicate that 389 protesters were killed, 55 of them children, and another 15,345 were arrested on 17 November.

 

However, his use of brutal violence to the death against protesters only served to arouse people’s further anger. Mehdi Rafiei, head of Iran’s Center for Student Ideas, warned of a dangerous and unstoppable approach to “people’s anger at the regime”. Workers in the key world have gone on strike and growths against the system are growing.

In addition, various documents show moral disorder and heavy casualties among the security forces. Some police officers refuse to kill their fellow countrymen or quit their jobs on thinly veiled excuses such as illness. Videos posted on social media show the police withdrawing from the protesters and even standing next to them. A video posted on millions of websites showed the exhaustion of police forces in Isfahan. Unofficial reports show that hospitals affiliated with the raiding forces in Tehran and other provinces are suffering from bed shortages due to the large number of burdens attached to Basic, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and police forces.

Major General Hossein Rahimi, the commander of the armed forces in Tehran, said the forces did not sleep for several nights due to their heavy workload and long working hours. General Hossein Ashtari, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, used to say among a group of army special unit officers, “You did a good job now that Qassem Soleimani is involved. …Make no mistake, our path is right.” Tehran Governor Mohsen al-Mansouri complained of “serious shortcomings in the current security environment”.

The assumption of morale boosting the regime’s forces failed. The Islamic Council voted for changes in the annual budget and 20 percent of the salaries of the security forces. However, due to the ongoing financial crisis, these moves are hampering, making it impossible to carry out these economic incentives. The big scene in food prices during the protests completely neutralizes the famous payroll.

The regime decided to turn to the proxies when the anger of the people towards the regime reached its destination and the security forces were unwilling or unable to suppress their protests. On November 1, London-based Iran International TV reported that it had transported 150 Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces and Keab Hezbollah fighters from Baghdad service to Mashhad in eastern Iran by private plane.

Troops of Lebanese Hezbollah troops were deployed to assist the Iranian Basic militia in their crackdown on the routers. Forces speaking Arabic with a Lebanese accent were seen assisting the Revolutionary Guards and Basic in violently beating Iranian guides in Tehran and Zahidan. An unverified September 18 document allegedly leaked from the work of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah stated that 4,000 soldiers would be deployed to Iran. states.

Numerous reports also indicate that Fatimiyun Brigade forces are stationed in Zahidan. Fatimiyun, a group written by General Qassem Soleimani (the murdered commander of the Jerusalem Force) in 2014, was selected from among Shiite Afghan refugees in Iran to fight in Syria. The group group of these forces joined voluntarily, but other group hunters were forced or information of Iranian citizenship and money joined.

A leaked document states that the commander of the Fars Province police force wrote to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Intelligence Organization (Sazman Hefazat Etelat Sepah) that “the Fatimiyyun militias should be deployed as soon as possible, but the tayap. shows that known Pakistani Shiite militias have entered Iran from the eastern countries of Sistan and Balochistan province.

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