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Iran: Protests Continue, Spread, and Intensify


The five days of protests by locals in Sistan-Baluchestan, Iran’s most impoverished province, shows how volatile Iran is. May be just the Tip of the Iceberg. The protests began when Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps created obstacles and dug large ditches on the roads to prevent the flow of fuel to neighboring Pakistan by Baluch fuel traders. The guards shot and killed dozens of innocent, defenseless people on February 22. Facing dire poverty, violent repression, and constant violations of their dignity, the fuel traders rebelled against the Revolutionary Guards. The people staged a strike action on February 25 and closed their shops. They took…

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