The Iranian People took to the streets when oil price surged by 300% overnight. 

Some worry that history could repeat itself after the renewed civil unrest. 

Protestors have covered the streets in recent days after  a 22-year-old woman, died while in custody of Tehran’s morality police. 

Mobile networks have been massively shut down as stated by Internet watchdog netblocks. 

Human rights groups state at least eight people were killed in the illustrations so far, and are requesting on the international community — and the tech sector, notably — to do more to support the Iranian people. 

Amir Rashidi, the director of security at the human rights organization, operates a resource center to assist those in Iran deal with internet closures. 

Despite the fear of holding his homeland at present at the time of the protests and internet blackouts, Rashidi does look at a reason for hope.