Barak Ravid Of Israel's Channel 10 News reports via Axios:
According to the report:
- The Iran protests started over economic issues but very fast "took a political and violent turn which included harsh anti-regime criticism over government spending on Syria, Lebanon and Yemen."
- The analysts wrote: "For now the #IranProtests are not a threat for the regime's survival but they weaken it, damage its legitimacy & if continue it can threaten its stability."
- The report also said: "The radicalization of the #IranProtests messages & the fact people took to the streets shows in our understanding that the barrier of fear for the Iranian citizen started breaking."
- Many Iranians fear the Iran protests might lead to chaos like in other countries in the region (Syria), according to the report.