- The protests in Iran appear to be dying down, as fewer protests were reported on Tuesday night.
- Iran’s Revolutionary Guard were deployed to three provinces on Wednesday.
- Iran adeptly seems to be judiciously quelling the unrest — but it will also weaken the regime on many fronts.
The protests in Iran appear to be dying down.
There were fewer reports of protests across the country and less of a police presence in Tehran on Tuesday night, according to the BBC.
On Wednesday, Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards were deployed to three provinces and a number of pro-government demonstrations were also held. The Guard’s leader, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, claimed the “sedition” was defeated.
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