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Iranian regime is getting richer, at the expense of the poor: The latest large-scale protests in several Iranian cities have created a significant challenge to Iran’s ruling political establishment. The protests are not isolated events but a continuation of the widespread anti-government movement that began in late 2017. The most recent protests broke out not only in small towns and cities, but also in the major hubs of Tehran, Isfahan, Karaj, Shiraz, Rasht, Khuzestan and Tabriz.

One of the key grievances of the demonstrators is economic inequality and financial hardship. Many protesters have been taking to the streets to express their frustration, anger and outrage over the ongoing financial crisis, which is caused by the high unemployment rate, skyrocketing inflation, and the rapid devaluation of the currency.

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Iranian regime is getting richer, at the expense of the poor: The latest large-scale protests in several Iranian cities have created a significant challenge to Iran’s ruling political establishment. The protests are not isolated events but a continuation of the widespread anti-government movement that began in late 2017. The most recent protests broke out not only in small towns and cities, but also in the major hubs of Tehran, Isfahan, Karaj, Shiraz, Rasht, Khuzestan and Tabriz. One of the key grievances of the demonstrators is economic inequality and financial hardship. Many protesters have been taking to the streets to express their frustration, anger and outrage over the ongoing financial crisis, which is caused by the high unemployment rate, skyrocketing inflation, and the rapid devaluation of the currency.Iranian regime is getting richer, at the expense of the poor: The latest large-scale protests in several Iranian cities have created a significant challenge to Iran’s ruling political establishment. The protests are not isolated events but a continuation of