It hadn't occurred to no one that the burning of a Tunisian youth to himself in late January 2010, in protest to the confiscation of the local authorities to his wheel borrow, on which he depends for his living by selling vegetables and fruits and their refusal to his complaint against a police woman who slammed him before all in the market, would lead to triggering revolutions that caused the fleeing of Bin Ali, the stepping down of Hosni Mubarak, the death of Gadafi on the hands of the revolutionaries and the handing over of the Yemeni President of power to President Hadi in accordance with a GCC initiative.
Bo-Azizi wheel borrow had made the people to take to streets and squares, demanding change, after their suffering from bad living conditions, in addition to political and security harassments and rigging elections in their countries.
Because Iran had witnessed wide protests over the presidential elections in 2009, which re-elected Ahmedi Najad for a second term of office. Iran is also nominated for a spring protest, despite the suppression of the authorities to the protests in 2009, imprisoning opposition leaders, imposing house arrests on others as well as restricting the social communication websites on the internet which had a decisive role in the Arab spring.
If revolution broke out in Iran, it will be "a hunger revolution," because despite Tehran is classified as the second oil and natural gas exporter in the world, its people are suffering hard living and economic conditions.
Studies issued by Iranian research centers revealed increase in poverty, unemployment as well as inflation increase to about 31 percent, because the Iranian currency has lost a great deal of its value against the other hard currencies, due to the sanctions by the western countries because of its controversial nuclear program.
The prospects of an Iranian revolution's break out, will have its impact on the situation in Syria, in which the people there continue their revolution that broke out in March 15, 2011, and Al-Asad's regime are facing it with massacres and killings with Russian and Iranian support. Iran's support will stop if it became busy with its internal situations, and this will be the beginning of the end of the ruling power in Iran and may overthrow Wiliat al-Faqih.