Parvari is currently being held in the Evin Prison after being charged on November 9.
Experts agree that, whatever the outcome of the protests, the Islamic Republic "has no future."
While the Biden administration equivocates, Israel should seize the greatest opportunity since the 1979 Islamic Revolution for regime change.
Protests have erupted in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini, a woman who died after she was arrested for wearing a hijab authorities considered "improper."
The announcement of the first death penalty issued by Iran's judiciary against a protester has fueled demonstrators' anger instead of making them back down.
Demonstrators in Zahedan reportedly took to the streets as anger against the ruling regime in the Islamic republic continues.
More than 15,000 protesters have been arrested in Iran and could be subject to harsh penalties.
The rapper held his head in his hands when he appeared in court, and he was not allowed to have his lawyers present.
Despite a deadly crackdown from Iranian authorities, mass protests continue across the country.
The Islamic republic's aerospace commander, General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, said that the missile signaled a "huge leap" in development.
Asked if Republicans may try to derail President Biden's foreign policy ahead of the 2024 race, expert Mark Cancian told Newsweek, "that's called politics."
Nearly 15,000 Iranians have been arrested in connection with the protests, which were spurred by the death of Mahsa Amini in September.
Algeria has reportedly become the latest nation to apply to join BRICS, following applications by Argentina and Iran and interest from several other countries.
The Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine has said Russia has used 80 percent of its modern missiles in the conflict.
The Ukrainian Air Force's South Command said three Russian ammunition depots in the Beryslav and Kherson district had also been destroyed.
"It's a very good system," the soldier said of the Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns supplied to Kyiv by Germany.
"Ukraine is becoming a laboratory for the quality of the strategic weapons of Iran. I'm sure they will improve," ex-IDF military-political head Amos Gilad said
Tehran has already supplied drones to Russia and the supplying of ballistic missiles would increase Iran's support for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Responding to Newsweek, the National Security Council's John Kirby said "there is greater concern" now that three top U.S. rivals appear to be working together.
"We have anti-air defense, but not anti-missile defense," a spokesperson for Ukraine's Air Force said on Tuesday.
Recent Russian attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure show "a change in approach" and a potential shift away from nuclear threats.
Special Envoy to Iran Robert Malley said that a military option will not be ruled out as a last resort as the Biden administration pursues diplomatic options.
"The people are no longer afraid of the baton and the gun," a protestor said. "They are working hand-in-hand for their freedom from the inhumane regime."
Citing Russia's increasing use of Iranian-made drones to conduct attacks in Ukraine, Kyiv asked Israel last week to provide its highly-effective Iron Dome missile defense system (among other systems), which could help protect against rockets, drones, and some types of missiles. Jerusalem's reluctance to do so has invited criticism as Russia escalates its deplorable attacks on civilians in Ukraine.
The Biden administration is maintaining its policy of supporting the Iranian regime, even as the mullahs' security forces terrorize the Iranian people.
The drones are reportedly less costly to use against key targets than other traditional means of attack, like missiles.
The shipment of roughly 3,000 pieces of equipment comes as reports suggest that Russia is also ordering more drones from Iran.