Amwaj Media's report on secret Tehran meetings among leaders of Iranian-backed military groups in the Middle East signals Iran's preparedness for further military confrontation, suggesting a shift toward hardline leadership within the armed groups.
In the protest, members of the Iranian Jewish community held placards with slogans that highlighted their stance, such as "Do not commit crimes in the name of Judaism" and "We urge the international community to help the people of Gaza."
The Iranian authorities released information and explanations regarding the events leading to Armita Garawand's death but failed to persuade the public and unveil significant discrepancies in their official statements.
Iran and Israel's relationship has shifted from close cooperation, including military and economic ties, before the 1979 Iranian revolution to hostile enmity, with Iran supporting the Palestinian groups Hamas and the Islamic Jihad for Palestine again
"When I spot young girls on the streets without a hijab or older women with their scarves around their necks instead of their heads, we share a knowing smile—a secret language of encouragement in this fight," said a 68-year-old housewife in Tehran.