- A year after protests in Iran, the regime has tightened its grip and silenced dissent.
- The regime is reviving the morality police and introducing new punishments for dress code violations.
- Many Iranians continue to defy the regime's control, with women disregarding mandatory headscarves and boycotting religious processions.
- The regime's base is shrinking, and its capacity to run the country is diminishing.
- Iran's economy is struggling, with high inflation, rising taxes, and professionals fleeing abroad.
A year after Iran was shaken by protests, zealots have tightened their grip
A year after Iran's protests, the regime tightens its grip while dissidents await their next opportunity. The regime revives the morality police and faces a shrinking base and struggling economy.