Iran’s Supreme Leader Blames ‘Enemies’ for Deadly Protests - News Summed Up

Iran’s Supreme Leader Blames ‘Enemies’ for Deadly Protests


“Iran’s situation would be worse off than today’s #Libya or #Syria.”The United States, Saudi Arabia and the other Persian Gulf monarchies are all backing the rebels fighting the Iranian-backed government in Syria. His remarks came a day after President Trump criticized Iran, saying the country’s leaders had repressed their people for years. As the protests have continued, however, they have taken on a political bent directed at the establishment, with demonstrators calling for the death of Mr. Rouhani and Ayatollah Khamenei. Mr. Rouhani has tried to acknowledge the protesters’ complaints, asking them to avoid violence while saying they had a right to be heard, but others in the government have called for a firmer response. Iran has provided support for protesters and militants opposing the Saudi-backed monarchy in Bahrain, and Iran-assisted factions dominate the politics of Lebanon and Iraq against opponents Saudi Arabia backs.


Source: Libya Today January 02, 2018 11:25 UTC


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