Iran is "now on notice". We have been in touch with the Iranian authorities. This includes the crime of "insulting" the supreme leader, president, or other government officials. Many young people are disappointed and see no future.
A few days before Hariri's resignation, al-Sabhan warned in an interview with a Lebanese TV station that there would be "astonishing" developments to topple the Shiite militant group in Lebanon. "When street movements begin, others will ride [them] and those who start [them] will not end [them]".
Two Iranian women make their way in a square while one of them wears the chador in downtown Tehran, Iran.
Four UN human rights experts on Friday urged Iran to respect protesters' rights and allow freedom of expression and assembly.
More than a week of unrest has seen 22 people die and more than 1,000 arrested, according to Iranian officials. Tehran responded by shutting off access to some social media and messaging apps, and broadcasting footage of other, pro-government rallies. The longer-term repercussion is a heightened risk of external war as the Islamic Republic struggles to rebuild national cohesion.
Authorities in Iran have said 450 people have been detained.
"The Iranian people will determine their own destiny".
At the heart of this is the long-running dispute over the Iran nuclear deal. The United States has since delivered additional sanctions on Iran.
And as the number of conversions continues to rise, will the government target churches even more fiercely, or will those who have tasted the freedom to become children of God through Jesus Christ act as leaven in Iranian society, inspiring more people to seek freedom from their authoritarian overlords?
He's also been sent on missions far and wide.
A demonstrator shouts slogans outside the Iran Embassy in Rome on Tuesday
Al-Sabhan has also sat in on the king's meeting with Turkey's foreign minister in June, the crown prince's meeting in August with influential Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and meetings with Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Yet the U.S. and President Trump also face a dilemma. With the exception of Tunisia, those countries have undergone severe civil wars which resulted in their deterioration.
"There are workers who say they have not received their salaries for months". The picture, extreme right, shows pro-government demonstrators during one such march in Tehran. The $35bn fraud case which revealed unprecedented corruption at the highest levels dating back to the hardline government of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. However, the opposition announced that the toll has reached 50 on Friday.
Of all the advice that Trump has been fed by his team on various issues, perhaps the most questionable has been the intel regarding the Middle East, and specifically Iran.
But there's another reason Americans-and especially American Christian-should be following events there: the growth of Christianity in Iran. They are led by the Saudis, Trump, and Netanyahu.
Iran's radical Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami stated the protestors were utilizing the Internet to promote the flames of the crusade and when it was shut down, the protests stopped.
"They just take money from us", he said. "We spend it where we like'".
Haley was one of the only representatives to issue such a full-throated statement of condemnation of the regime.
Growth outside the oil sector was at 3.3 percent. More than three million Iranians are jobless, and youth unemployment is about 40 per cent. The price of some basic food items, like chicken and eggs, has recently risen by almost half.
Batrawy reported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Late on Saturday, videos on social media showed a heavy police presence in cities, including Khorramabad in southwestern Iran where on Wednesday evening social media posts showed protesters throwing stones at riot police.