Tens of thousands of Iranians breached barriers of fear and have taken to the streets, but the regime hasn't yet responded in full force
Those in the hotbeds of protests have defied threats of execution, are chanting 'death to the dictator' and 'the supreme leader is acting like god!'
Anti-government protests, the largest Iran has seen since 2009, have killed 21 people so far
Promised prosperity following the nuclear deal, young people are disaffected. And as far as they're concerned, both Rohani and the Revolutionary Guards are to blame
Rohani's government is attempting to show the public immediate solutions that could shut down the economic protests, before it morphs into a political protest that would require a much heavier, more violent reaction
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Iran in a YouTube video, wishing them 'success in their noble quest for freedom'
It is unclear where the others occurred ■ Authorities have previously confirmed four deaths ■ Hundreds of people have been arrested
Social media is rife with videos of arrests, police firing water cannons at protesters ■ Two people confirmed killed in Iran protests in southwest
Iran Protests: Day After Anti-government Rallies, Thousands of Iranians Show Support for Rohani in Tehran
The demonstration comes after two consecutive days of unauthorized protests against government corruption and Iran's ailing economy
Hard-line media in Iran are accusing Rohani of reacting too slowly to the November 12 quake, while highlighting aid work by the Revolutionary Guard Corps, a rival power center