Protests Triggered by Rising Food Prices Spread in Iran

As thousands of Iranians, already fed up with inflation and unemployment, took to the streets this week, their protests quickly moved from airing their food grievances to their discontent with the ruling establishment.

“They have no hope, they have no trust in the government and they can’t tolerate the status quo any more,” said Omid Memarian, an Iran expert at Democracy for the Arab World Now, a nonprofit based in the United States. “This triangle in any country would create a powder…

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