MUST-WATCH: Crowds in Iran Chant “Death to Palestine!” – Not Isreal, Not America… But To Palestine


BOOM! Iranian civilians are taking to the streets in protest. But why? What could be the reason? Well, what we do know is that they are chanting

“Death to Palestine” and “Leave Syria, think of us,” according to an independent translation of videos showing the protests.

This is one piece you won’t see on any mainstream media outlet (though I’m sure you will after reading it here). This is the latest in civil unrest in the country which started over the weekend and has spilled into the week. Anti-regime protesters are tired of how their country is being run. The plunging value of their currency, their funding terrorist groups, and so much more…

Saeed Ghasseminejad, an Iran research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies who has been tracking the ongoing protests, told the Free Beacon tensions are coming to a head between Iranian citizens and the hardline ruling regime.

“Iranians are fed up with the regime and its both factions,” he said. “Over the last year, dollar appreciated 140 percent against rial. The regime is selling oil to fund terrorist groups and its military adventures in the region while Iranians become poorer and poorer every day.”

“Chanting in support of the Pahlavi dynasty has been a continuous element of these protest over the past few months; that is the strongest indictment of the Khomeinist regime of Tehran,” Ghasseminejad explained. “The regime has entered into a deep crisis since the widespread protests of the last December, it is essential to increase the economic pressure and start supporting those Iranian figures who have the support of people on the streets and want to put an end on the mullahs’ reign of terror. Not waiving the IRIB sanctions [on Iran’s propaganda networks] this July would be a good start.”

This seemingly started after Trump pulled us out of that crappy deal. Do you support them in this? Do you hope that they get a true and good government in place? Maybe things will finally start to normalize in the region.

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author of the article and not necessarily shared or endorsed by SteadfastAndLoyal.com

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.