I don't know how police in Iran fight, but my guess is that they fight the same way that police in the United States do. Police intend to dominate their opponent, which means that they typically fight by trying to put their opponent into an inferior, subjugated position. To do this, they often grab their opponent's arms, and brace their legs and/or hips against their opponent, then pull the opponent to the ground and continue to hold onto the arm. The cop then uses some kind of arm manipulation to dominate the opponent further. Notice that all of this requires that the cop is gripping the opponent's arm. There is a way that one can prevent one's arms from being grabbed by the government's forces- make and use anti-grab arm covers. This is what you will need to make anti-grab arm covers: 1. dozens of metal thumb tacks 2. paperboard 3. duct tape 4. scissors 'Paperboard' refers to the uncorrugated thick paper (usually unbleached light brown) that can be found in many food packagings (such as cereal boxes), and in the center of rolls of paper towels. The paperboard cylinders of paper towel rolls are especially useful for this purpose, because they are already curved. To make anti-grab arm covers, first buy some food packages and/or rolls of paper towels, and separate the paperboard from the rest of the product. Use scissors to cut and form the paperboard into shapes that can wrap around your arms, covering them completely. Use duct tape to tape particular pieces of paperboard together if necessary, but be sure to leave the form of the arm covers open, so that you can wrap them tightly when putting them on. After the initial paperboard forms are complete, punch thumb tacks through the paperboard (and through the duct tape, on any areas that have tape on them), such that the points of the tacks face outward. Use dozens of thumb tacks, such that the arms are completely covered. Placing tacks around the wrist area, which is most often grabbed, is especially important. As you are punching the tacks through, place strips of duct tape on the interior of the arm covers, so as to tape the backs of the tacks up against the inner side of the paperboard. After all of the tacks are taped in place, place a few long strips of duct tape on the outer sides of the arm covers, to serve as straps. One segment of these duct tape straps is to stay permanently taped in place on the paperboard, whereas the other segment is to be removable, such that one can fasten and undo the straps. The presence of the tack spikes, which go through the duct tape straps, also help in holding the straps in place. These anti-grab arm covers should not be worn visibly, but should be worn under a long-sleeved shirt, so that the theocratic forces will grab your arms and get puncture wounds on their hands for having done so. Notice: I used Google Translate to make a rough farsi translation of this post, which I tried to edit-in to this post below the english text, but after I clicked the 'save changes' button, there was just a blank white screen and the edit did not occur.