Civil War Appears Inevitable in Iran

The juggernaut of the current feminist revolution is unstoppable yet currently unable to bring down the detested Khomeinist regime. It appears however quite inevitable that the revolution at some point will descend into civil war. The demonstrators have at this point virtually limitless patience and the regime is effectively unable to crack down on the demonstrators due the extremely decentralized nature of the protests throughout the country. Furthermore, the regime is painfully cognizant that trying to seriously quell the protests would risk igniting either demonstrations in the millions in the streets of major cities or civil war as most people in Iran as is common in the Middle East have an assault rifle with ammunition in their home. The regime has so far been extremely patient and we have thus seen no attempt at major nationwide crackdown. The regime accuses foreign intelligence agencies of fomenting civil war in Iran, yet the truth is that they are unable to do so even if they wanted to, civil war will nevertheless very likely happen at some point and there are already signs that it is coming. The people’s wrath is boiling over.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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