The Fight for Freedom inside Iran
Could the protests sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini be a tipping point for the Iranian people to effect real change in their country? Investigative journalist Lisa Daftari sits with PragerU CEO Marissa Streit to discuss Iran’s role in terror attacks around the world, the strange alliance between far-leftists and Islamist extremists, and what the West can do to support the Iranian people in their fight against their tyrannical government.
00:00 - Welcome to Real Talk
01:10 - Who Is Lisa Daftari?
01:55 - Escaping the Iranian Revolution
03:45 - How the Revolution Took Shape
05:10 - The Art of Secret Communication Out of Iran
05:55 - The Murder of Mahsa Amini Sparks Demonstrations
08:52 - Civilian Courage during Police Crackdowns
11:15 - The Deafening Silence of Liberal Feminists
12:25 - Why the 1979 Iranian Revolution Was a Mistake
16:09 - Managing Iran's Nationalistic Pride and the West
18:28 - How Did the Iranian People Get Duped?
20:35 - The Iranian Regime's Greatest Vulnerability
22:24 - The West's Role in Promoting Change
25:40 - The Disastrous Iran Nuclear Deal
28:20 - The Impact of Additional Sanctions
31:18 - Why America Can't Ignore Iran's Protests
36:00 - A Message of Hope