The eyes of the world are on Iran as the regime faces its most significant challenge since taking power in 1979. Protestors are pushing back not only against the mandatory hijab for women, but also against the regime's repressive rule and the lack of basic human rights and freedom in Iran. Thousands of protestors are currently in jail, and recently a number of parliamentarians have demanded that protestors face the death penalty. How will the government proceed?
"Iran May Execute 15,000 Jailed Anti-Hijab Protestors to Teach Them 'Hard Lesson'" - Mirror
"The Iran Protests: A Crossroads in Governance?" - RAND