Ep. 22: Are the Iran protests going to bring the regime down?
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The demonstrations in Iran have now reached their third week. How worried are the Iranian authorities? How is this wave of protests different from those in the past? And what needs to happen for the demonstrations to become a revolution and overthrow the regime? On this week’s Caroline Glick Show, she discusses these issues with Ahmad Obali, founder and director of Gunaz TV. Gunaz TV is a U.S.-based Azerbaijani satellite television channel that broadcasts into Iran, Europe and the Middle East. According to Obali, the regime will be brought down if students, tradesmen and oil workers go on strike, paralyzing the state.
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