“Why? My daughter was wearing a suitable veil and her coat was long and black, I don’t know why she was arrested.”
This is how the mother of the 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, commented, whose “perhaps” soul, dying at the hands of the internal militias of the Khomeinist regime, will be the sacrifice required for the downfall of the pyramid of the Iranian regime based on the Khomeinist faith, which is protected by the claws of the “Revolutionary Guard”?
In the published media reports about the life of this young woman, her acquaintances stated the following: “She wanted to live a normal and happy life, graduate from university, marry and have children.”
She was shy and conservative and had never opposed the rulers in the country, the clergy, or even the imposed strict dress code, but only cared about her own affairs and kept away from politics… Add her knowledgeable to her.
From here, the example of the girl may become Mahsa, embarrassing the Khomeinist regime and its propaganda. Whatever they say and no matter what Ibrahim Raisi shouts about the intended conspiracy of the “enemy,” this will not be correct in the image of Mahsa. For the statue of the regime… her normality and nature that goes deep into spontaneity, is the most powerful weapon in inciting and revolting “ordinary” people like her. In the past, and when I say in the past, I mean from 2009 to 2019, that is, from the Green Movement until the demonstrations of anger over the rise in the price of fuel, the movements expressed the activity of specific political groups (the reformist wing within the regime as in the Green Movement) or “temporary” living demands. There was also an objection to fuel prices in 2019, and it was reported at the time that 1,500 people were killed (according to “Reuters”).
This is about the internal reasons for the evaporation of these protests, no matter how severe they are. Of course, in addition to all this is the brutality of the regime’s forces in repression and the “faintness” of the international community, especially the Obama-Baidinist Washington.
Today, the picture looks different. Mahsa, a very ordinary girl, reflected the feelings of millions of Iranians, thus creating a boiling point, and for the girl’s sake, all politicized and apolitical forces joined forces. What is also new is that this massive popular anger against the Iranian regime coincides with bad conditions for the mullahs of Tehran and the leaders of the “Revolutionary Guard”, economically and politically, and tense relations with neighbors; Azerbaijan in the north and Iraq in the west. This translates into the IRGC’s bombing of Iraqi Kurdistan, the deaths of civilians, and the Iraqi Foreign Ministry’s protest, in a unique act these days, against the attack by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.
The Revolutionary Guards’ bombing of Iraqi civilians in Kurdistan is a turning point, embarrassing for Iran’s followers in Iraq. Therefore, the Iraqi-Kurdish politician Bankin Rekani commented on his Twitter account, saying: “It is strange that our fellow Iraqi Shiite politicians remain silent about the bombing of their country? Patriotism is not slogans.
Promises to start, this is the most dangerous uprising facing the Iranian Khomeinist regime, for the above reasons, and with it the ambiguity of the regime’s guide Khamenei’s health status, the early struggle over his succession, and Ibrahim Raisi’s inability to deal with events, all of which are signs of weakness for the regime, but we must stress that the Tehran regime He is still the stronger party in the equation, unless the Iranian people invent a historical miracle!