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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.

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.

Issues related to the Vienna talks and the desire to take advantage of the Russia crisis brought Iran and Qatar together. However, that may be a problem for Russia.

The completion of Ilisu Dam and HPP has occupied a broad place in the Iranian press, and there has been an intention to create a public opinion through serious allegations.

According to the publications by Iranian research institutes, a Taliban-led administration will pose a danger to Iran's national interests in the medium and long term.

The Iran administration is aware of the fact that it has to cover the gap in its dual system, which it had carried out successfully until the current day. In this context, the greatest responsibility belongs to Ebrahim Raisi, for whom significant sacrific

Although the reformists have been wiped off the political stage long since, the elimination of Rafsanjani, Rouhani and Larijani from the Iranian political system has some different connotations.