Nazanin Boniadi, a British-Iranian actress and activist, spoke to FRANCE 24 from Los Angeles. After the regime's brutal crackdown on the protest movement, demonstrations are now tapering off. However, the Iranian actress explains why "people have not given up", but rather "changed tactics", and will go back on the streets. She urges the world "not to see this revolution buried and dead” because "the threat of this regime is global: until we stand unequivocally with the people in their aspirations for democracy, the whole world will suffer".
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