A series of dramatic interviews with Iranians from within Iran amid the massive protests unfolding against the highly repressive Islamic Republic of Iran reveal their burning desire for President Biden to recognize their revolution.
As the protests hit day 82, activists say the implication is clear: If the White House issues a stamp of approval to the revolutionary sentiments to topple the Iranian regime, the U.S. will be providing unconditional solidarity instead of standing largely on the sidelines.
“This is a constitutional revolution for the basic rights of the Iranian people,” Shagha, a designer and painter, told Fox News Digital through an encrypted line. She wants the “U.S. to recognize the revolution of the Iranian people and to recognize it is not for the hijab.”
Iran’s regime, according to critics, is now seeking to placate the demonstrators by tossing out possible concessions to stop the rolling protests that have engulfed the nation over the last 12 weeks.
The Iranian regime’s attorney general, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, recently spoke about disbanding the state’s notorious morality police who enforce the Islamic dress code for women, including the mandatory headscarf or hijab.