Is a revolution in Iran?
As many Arab media report today, protests are not only
continuing in Iran, but are also gaining momentum in occupied
Khuzestan, a rebellious Iranian province, the name of which
literally translates as Country of Khuz, that is, an Arab tribe
that has neither Iran nor mullahs no relationship.
The cause of the revolution was the destruction of the business
center, which was erected with great fanfare. Many people died
in it. The money is believed to have been stolen.
The number of found dead, missing and seriously injured today
is approaching two hundred, which in itself greatly angered the
inhabitants of the city.
The mullahs immediately send the police and military into
Abadan, but the protests only intensified and captured almost
the entire Khuzestan: