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Iran: The year after the uprising of 2022

Iranian flag with a question mark as its emblem.
What will become Iran's emblem after the Islamic Republic? The monarchy's lion and sun, and, the graphic Allah, the emblem of the Islamic Republic, have a long history of tyranny and are indications of discord and patriarchy. A symbol that represents the unity of the country, the harmony and equality between men and women, ethnicities, and different thoughts is necessary.
The fire under the ashes should ignite the society so much that every turban of political Islam will burn in it. Non-resistance is Haram-prohibited

Iran: The year after the uprising of 2022

The Islamic Republic and Iran’s society have been shaken since September 16, 2022, with the slogans of ‘Women, Life, Freedom’ and ‘Death to the dictator’.
The minds are prepared to face significant changes in politics.
The only way for a country’s political system to change is when a concrete alternative is considered. A year after, we are still without this alternative.

The damned regime of Islamic tyranny, is still in power and suffocating the people of Iran because it is actively supported by many and still unconsciously by others.

The regressive political Islam in Iran was strengthened by the revolution of 1979. The ideal of social justice was quickly and effortlessly shattered. In the midst of violence and sectarian Shia and in favour of Khomeini’s clerics, the general public swallowed the lies of the religious authority.

For the following forty years, people cried: We were deceived! But, they chose to align themselves with the regime instead of demonstrating resistance and unity.

The regime has silenced the voices of dissidents and has encouraged their entourage to reject them. Fear has been instrumental in keeping people in check, preventing harm and uplifting the false sense of petty comfort. The regime has been strengthened by any coercion or whip that was met with the indifference and silence of the people.

Islamic tyranny has made Iran weaker. The regime is dependent on Russia and China for its survival.The fact that people have been misled makes it difficult for them to accurately understand important matters that affect their lives. A large number of citizens do not want to know at all. Awaiting Godo, they have buried their heads in the sand. Their life is limited to eat/sleep, and Inshalahs.

Shia men, who are either captives of their social position and money, or simply cowards, are imprisoned in chains of religious superstitions, fake traditions, and personal gain. The mullahs and their litters thrive with an unprecedented amount of lies and meanness. After sycophancy and stealing the country’s wealth, they move to the West ungratefully and without any worry. In their new life, they laugh at the stupidity of Iran’s flimsy people and the silliness of the West.

In 2009, there was a chance for a new revolution due to widespread dissatisfaction with the violence and corruption in the Islamic Republic. The people were prepared to take down the mullahs because of their misery and desperation. Due to the absence of a convergence ideal for the future and political uncertainty, people became quiet and returned to the safe path.

Is democracy something we want?

The damned regime of Islamic tyranny, is still in power and suffocating the people of Iran because it is actively supported by many and still unconsciously by others.

Unconscious support is valuable for the Islamic Republic. Silence and indifference from individuals strengthen the regime. The cultivation and maintenance of a system of coercion and bullying known as political Islam and religious authority in a corrupt system are done through fear and promises of money.

Today, individuals are prepared to face fundamental changes in politics. In a country’s political system, the only way to change is by considering a concrete alternative.

Democracy is a dream that can be sweet. But, grasping and implementing it is a challenge and requires all the efforts, even the smallest amount.

We need to understand why our country has gradually turned into a terrible nightmare: social, economic, environmental and political. Why has the discussion of democracy in Iran been completely ruled out? With killing and violence, the regime has closed the path to democracy for those who do not want to ruin their future in the Islamic republic. They leave.

Two major obstacles are preventing change and transformation in Iran, aside from the regime’s barrier are:

  • The professional and social classes are still unable to connect with the youth and women in the country. Young people’s bravery and perseverance in confronting the regime is admirable. It is the responsibility of the elderly and their parents to maintain their passion and enthusiasm effectively and efficiently. The conservative old men who have been kissing the mullah’s hand for forty-odd years are as scared as the elderly ayatollahs of the uprising. They still use fear as an excuse to let down their children and destroy their hopes due to cowardice.
  • Iranian refugees and immigrants have remained apart from each other for forty years abroad because of a sense of suspicion. Each group is playing their own unique tune today.

Iranian diasporas were not prepared for the uprising. A year after Mehsa Amini’s death, they have not been able to inspire hope for the country’s future. The contact and connection of groups and individuals are minimal and low-key. The transition from warm and sincere sympathy for domestic protesters to determination and action is a long way. It’s useless to demand a quick fix from the international community against the Iranian regime.

What are the necessary steps to build a better Iran? What are the methods for making the most of past mistakes? How can we all open our eyes, minds, and hearts and get rid of the current leadership and its mercenaries? How to learn to unite against the mullahs before waging the war? What is the program, what is its objectives? Where is the experience?

What will become Iran’s emblem after the Islamic Republic?
The monarchy’s lion and sun, or the graphic Allah, the emblem of the Islamic Republic, have a long history of tyranny and are indications of discord and patriarchy.
A symbol that represents the unity of the country, the harmony and equality between men and women, ethnicities, and different thoughts is necessary.

Non-resistance is Haram (Prohibited)

Democracy cannot be achieved through a single person or group. Civil commitment and the reliability of mass action are the ingredients for democracy. Temper, crow and individual self-righteousness kill it.

Despite the current political indecisiveness and confusion, the Islamic Republic’s executioners will not be able to extinguish the fire under the ashes.
Iranians should not revert to the safe path of silence, protecting the illusion of safety during systematic slaughter. Shepherding to murder his loved ones for his own petty comfort is Haram / Forbidden.
Every jailed , raped, tortured protester, every young man hanged, every lawyer denied the right to defend his client, is eager for for public support, deserving national strike.

Every hour and minute demand civil disobedience and defiance of absurd religious precepts and bigotry. Practical support must be given to all objections. The fire under the ashes should ignite the society so much that each and every turban of political Islam will burn in it.
Non-resistance is prohibited, and there is no place for passiveness and hesitation. Women are fighting not just for their rights, but also for their children, whether they are girls or boys. Women take the path to find a solution when a problem is central to society. Their presence is a source of hope and inspiration for Iran. Political Islam is a shame for Iranians. It is important to act and yell: Curse to Ali Khamenei! It is necessary to remove all the tyrannical leaders and mullah from the government. The road ahead of us is long and winding. Don’t waste innocent blood.

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