December 30 2017 12:15 PM
The Saudi writer Mohamed Al-Sheikh said that the demonstrations witnessed by several Iranian cities to protest the policies of interfering in the affairs of the Arab countries and the spread of corruption are the beginning of the Iranian Spring, which will end with the fall of the regime.
"Al-Jazeera ignores Iran's demonstrations and the revolution of the Iranian people against the mullahs; the fall of the mullahs' regime means the fall of Iran's ears, first of which is the regime in Doha," Al-Sheikh said in a televised tweet.
Demonstrations broke out Thursday in several Iranian cities including the capital, Tehran, to denounce poverty, unemployment and high prices in the country.
Tens of thousands of Iranians protested against the policies of the government and its interference in the internal affairs of the countries of the region, especially in Syria, demanding that the money spent on external conflicts be channeled to the internal affairs to benefit the citizens.
Protesters held banners reading "Death to Rohani" and "Death to the Dictator" in reference to the president of Iran, who failed to fulfill his electoral promises.
The demonstrators also raised banners declaring rejection of Iranian interference in the affairs of neighboring countries, most notably: "They withdrew from Syria and thought about us" and "No to Lebanon or to Gaza .. Yes to Iran."
The Iranian authorities put the security forces on high alert to quell the demonstrators and quell the rebel movement against corruption. Reports indicate that these demonstrations are the largest since 2009.
International media reported that Iranian security forces used excessive force against demonstrators, Injured a large number of wounded and arrested others.
Large protests have been on for the third day in a row, while activists have indicated a possible escalation in the coming days.
Observers believe that these angry uprisings may lead to the collapse of the reputation of the mullahs' regime, especially as it was promoting the public's popular satisfaction in Iran over the economic situation, using this false media coverage of interference policies in the neighborhood and bringing some Arab countries into the cycle of sectarianism.