The ruling mullahs in Iran are gravely concerned and rightly so. Why is this the case you may ask? They are afraid of the soft power of protesting feminists and particularly of Kurdish women and so are making great efforts to present women protesters as pawns of Iran’s enemies. Iran has active plans to attack the KSA and the KRI (Kurdistan Region of Iraq) but will these be put into motion now that those plans have been publicly exposed? The mullahs understand perfectly well that massacring large numbers of women protesters would in fact lead to an even greater revolution, and even possibly an armed revolt. The regime’s absurd efforts to discredit the feminist protests have abjectly failed and the revolution will only continue to grow until the regime falls. This time it is most probably for real. Another factor that works in favor of the current feminist revolution is the common democratic feminist ideology. An attempted revolution with a shared ideology has much greater chance of successs than one without.