Iran’s Deadly Street Protests Are Replaced by Quiet Acts of Rebellion
Four months after a nationwide rebellion erupted in Iran, a deadly crackdown and an ailing economic system have quieted antigovernment road demonstrations.
Students nonetheless sometimes collect at universities and excessive colleges, and others shout slogans from metropolis rooftops and balconies. But organized protests have largely tapered off. Those nonetheless prepared to reveal collect in small teams, scattered round Tehran and different cities with little coordination.