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Iran in Flames: US Sanctions Pit People Against Regime


Iran in Flames: US Sanctions Pit People Against Regime

The Clarion Project

By Ran Meir

Iran is in flames with protests against the regime foreign terror spending, perceived to be the cause of the deteriorating economic situation in Iran.

America has heavily sanctioned Iran for its recalcitrant funding of international terror, putting an enormous pinch on the Iranian economy.

Massive protests erupted over the weekend after the Iranian government announced a 50 percent hike in gas prices as well as gasoline rationing.
See our infographic below on just how much Iran is spending financing terror in the Middle East.

Protesters took to the street in at least 53 cities. In some locations, security forces used snipers and opened fire on the protesters using live ammunition.

At press time, at least 36 protesters were killed and more than 1,000 arrested.

Demonstrators could be heard chanting against the regime: “No Gaza. No Lebanon. I give my life for Iran!” in a protest against Iran’s support for the terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah.

Read more: https://clarionproject.org/iran-in-flames-protests-across-country/