Iran: Tehran is a prison, Evin is a university

Despite the regime's efforts to obscure the protests and downsize their global appeal, it is evident that this revolution will not be stopped anytime soon

Protests have sparked in Iran ever since the 21st of September 2022, when Masha Aimini, a 22-year-old Kurd woman, died under uncertain circumstances while under custody of the morality police, after having been arrested because she was not wearing her veil properly.

This tragic event triggered the rage and dissatisfaction of the people, who started flooding the streets asking for justice. Many were killed by the violent reaction of the police, that is accused of having fired live ammunitions on the crowds, an accuse to which they have never owned up.

This content if for our subscribers

Subscribe for 1 year and gain unlimited access to all content on plus both the digital and the hard copy of the geopolitical magazine

Subscribe now €45

Gain 1 year of unlimited access to only the website and digital magazine

Subscribe now €20

- Advertisement -spot_img

Environmental Sustainability Within Private Companies

Singapore: Who Is Lawrence Wong

Brazil Suffers From Climate Change

Xi Jinping: The Trip To Europe

rivista di geopolitica, geopolitica e notizie dal mondo