The economic bad situation and corruption were the main factors to overthrow the Shah's regime. These reasons have recently been the cause of the protests against the mullahs' regime.


The Iranian media has been painting a rosy picture of Iran after the nuclear deal. Millions of Iranians expected the country's economy to flourish after signing the agreement. The Iranian press was embellishing the expected economic results of implementing the nuclear deal. The expected foreign investment was exaggerated. The Iranian economy has long suffered isolation, sanctions and pressure because of the regime's policies and defiance of international legitimacy.


Annual foreign investments were projected at more than $ 50 billion. The Iranian economy did not see any of these expectations. There was only an increase in oil and gas sales, but only to fund the Revolutionary Guard's plans in Iraq, Syria, and other countries.


Iranian youth are leaving their country at a high rate of about 16,000 young people a year. They go to other countries to achieve their dreams and aspirations. Iran cannot be a homeland for a better future. Researchers of the Iranian situation find it intractable under this miserable regime.


The dreams and ambitions of the Iranian regime are a self-destruction. The mullahs insist on continuing their expansionist policy. The Iranian people rejected this policy through recent demonstrations. It is true that these demonstrations have broken the wall of fear and spilled the beans of the Leader and the mullahs. The new Iranian generations are more aware and bold in the face of this regime. It is a matter of time for these protests and not courage. The recent demonstrations have shown that the Iranian youth have the courage to rebel against the vicious machine of repression without any international cover.


According to Fars News Agency, Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior advisor to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said the country's leadership had no intention of reining its influence across the Middle East despite US pressure. “Iran's influence in the region is inevitable and to remain a key player in the region, this influence will continue,” he confirmed.


“Iran has no intention to abandon the oppressed nations in the region ... Our presence in Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Lebanon is in coordination with the governments of these countries,” Velayati said.


The Syrian regime has summoned the Revolutionary Guards to help counter-terrorism. But the Lebanese and Palestinian governments openly reject any Iranian presence. It is hard to say that the Iranian presence in Iraq is now approved by the Iraqi government.


Velayati accuses the Iranian people of ignorance. He considered their demand to focus on the Iranian matter a lack of understanding of international politics. You cannot let the fire burn your neighbor's house, he said. A politician does not accuse his people of ignorance, a people that are revealing the aspects of corruption and demanding their right to work. Velayati forgot that his country is the main reason to ignite instability, sectarianism and terrorism in the region.

The mullahs are steadfastly holding their dreams. This will inevitably lead to their destruction. The Iranian economy is subjected to severe crises and will be the decisive factor in eliminating the mullahs' dreams.