Oh mate don't worry I never ever would support Iran at all with what they are doing; Burning print outs of the American Flag? FFS, the people of Iran (not the idiots in Parliament) rly love America, as they have family there. Its rly sad how the actions of others leads to the consequences that could affect millions.
Edit: Iran are standing up to America, we shouldnt forget the Assassination of Prime Minister Mossadegh, who was furious about how much control England and the US had on THEIR oil, leading to the banishment of BP from Iran and allowing Iran to have control of their own reserves, which lead to the exile of the leader to introduce a puppet state before the Iranian revolution, in the form of the Shah, in order to exploit more out of Iran.
"The British government had grown increasingly distressed over Mosaddegh's policies and were especially bitter over the loss of their control of the Iranian oil industry. Repeated attempts to reach a settlement had failed, and, in October 1952, Mosaddegh declared Britain an enemy and cut all diplomatic relations. Until 1935 the Anglo-Persian Oil Company had the exclusive rights to Iranian oil. In 1914, the British government had purchased 51% of its shares and became a major shareholder. After converting Britain's Royal Navy’s ships to oil, the corporation was considered vital to British national security and the company's profits partially alleviated Britain's budget deficit. Unsurprisingly, many Iranians resented the company's privileges and demanded a fair share of its takings.
Engulfed in a variety of problems following World War II, Britain was unable to resolve the issue single-handedly and looked towards the United States to settle the matter. Initially, the USA had opposed British policies. After mediation had failed several times to bring about a settlement, American Secretary of State Dean Acheson concluded that the British were "destructive, and determined on a rule-or-ruin policy in Iran."
The American position shifted in late 1952 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected U.S. President. In November and December, British intelligence officials suggested to American intelligence that the prime minister should be ousted. British prime minister Winston Churchill suggested to the incoming Eisenhower administration that Mossadegh, despite his open disgust with socialism, was, or would become, dependent on the pro-Soviet Tudeh Party, resulting in Iran "increasingly turning towards communism" and towards the Soviet sphere at a time of high Cold War fears. After the Eisenhower administration had entered office in early 1953, the United States and the United Kingdom agreed to work together toward Mosaddegh's removal and began to publicly denounce Mosaddegh's policies for Iran as harmful to the country. In the meantime, the already precarious alliance between Mosaddegh and Kashani was severed in January 1953, when Kashani opposed Mosaddegh's demand that his increased powers be extended for a period of one year. Finally, to eliminate Mossadegh's threat to prevent cheap oil supply to the West and the withdrawal of profitable oil reserves from the hands of Western companies, the US made an attempt to depose him. The domination of US over Iran was reminiscent of the access cancellation of Soviet to Persian Gulf. So the geographic location of Iran became important for the US" "en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammad_Mosaddegh..
TL:DR - England And America have done this before to Iran, but Iran doesn't know how to react, and will start another war