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The Associated Press. “They are protesting against one of the most visible symbols of oppression,” she said. “They are protesting against the whole regime.” Of course, there’s another battle playing out in Iran, one that’s not always visible to the naked eye. Even mainstream publications have noticed the revival of Christianity in Iran over the past year or two, even in the face of extreme persecution by the radical Islamic regime. [firefly_poll] And just as the Great Awakening had a powerful impact on American culture that contributed significantly to the American Revolution that set us free from the Great Britain of King George III, so might the flame of the Holy Spirit among so-called Muslim-background believers be refining a new desire for freedom in Iran. After all, “[n]ow the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” (2 Cor. 3:17) Given that the BBC has estimated that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard boasts nearly 200,000 members, Iranians seeking change may have a long and bloody struggle ahead of them. Alinejad, however, predicts that the days of the radical Islamist government are numbered. “Whether the regime cracks down on the protests, whether they shut down the internet, people of Iran won’t give up,” she told the AP. “The anger is there.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
تصاویر هولناک از ضرب و شتم شدید یک مامور نیروی انتظامی pic.twitter.com/UtbU2g0BS2— خبرگزاری تسنیم 🇮🇷 (@Tasnimnews_Fa) September 22, 2022