Iranian President Rouhani disembarks from a plane at the airport in Zurich
By ARND WIEGMANN / REUTERS. @Adobe Stock Images.

When we hear about Iran, it’s in the context of its battles with the West. But the country also faces deep internal strife, most recently including mass protests in southwestern Iran. The Arab minority leading these protests claims that the ethnic Persians running the government discriminate against them, resulting in a life of poverty, disease and squalor.

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