Public Protests in Iran’s Cities This Weekend Over Poor Economy Linked to Foreign Adventurism for Shiite Jihad

In the cities of Iran, protests against the government mushroomed this weekend, thousands in the streets for instance in Mashhad where they even protested the government’s big role in helping the Palestinians try to steal Jerusalem, so perhaps a sizable portion of the Iranians have realized Israel’s centerpiece role in history, learning too that Mashhad was named for Mash, a son of Aram (a son of Shem) and brother of Uz for whom Uzbekistan (east of Iran) was named, where Job’s story of woe followed by redemption took place.