Considering the Revolution and its aftermath in Iran, it would not be wrong to argue that the social fault lines still continue to move. It seems that the social protests, which took place once every ten years, became more frequent and started to occur ev
The fact that Mahsa Amini, who lived in the Kurdistan province, was visiting Tehran at the time of her death caused the protests to be particularly intense in Iran’s predominantly Kurdish areas.
While the protests are continuing in Iran, the reformist segment in the country has largely remained silent, and different political groups instrumentalized the events as a power-sharing ground in the political scene, especially for the period after Supre
The reformists tried to use the protests as a means of pressure and bargaining against the regime to regain their former role in the country's politics, but they failed to achieve their goal.
The establishment seems determined not to compromise its current policies while underlining that it will maintain this determination since the experience of the Shah regime's weakness cost the overthrow of the system.
Iranian society is a very protest community with the effect of historical and cultural reasons, and there is always a gap between the state and the people, so to speak.