Tehran GrapevineActivists report commotion in Iran capital

Activists report commotion in Iran capital

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Aug. 10 – From the Grapevine… Saturday night, government opponents set fire to a large garbage bin in Qazvin Street in Tehran, activists say. Security forces arrived at the scene after the bin was completely burned.

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Tehran, Aug. 10 – From the Grapevine…
 
Saturday night, government opponents set fire to a large garbage bin in Qazvin Street in Tehran, activists say. Security forces arrived at the scene after the bin was completely burned.
 
The same day and on Friday, activists continued their campaign of writing political graffiti on walls. Slogans included: “Death to Khamenei” (Iran’s Supreme Leader), “death to the principle of the velayat-e faqih”, “support international sanctions”, “our uprising is alive, Khamenei is dead”, “Khamenei must know, the uprising is continuing”.
 
Graffiti was written an many areas of Tehran, including, Imam Hossein Square, Davari, Nour and Mohammadi streets, Air Force district, First, Alavi, Alipour and Massoudian streets, Khazaneh district, Bahrami and Sari streets, Vanak, Majidpour and Shirazi streets, Sa’adat Abad district, Arghavan, Boustan and Nabi Akram streets as well as in Shekoufeh Park, Nezam Abad district, Danesh and Sorraya streets, Vahidiya district, Aramaneh and Nasser Abadi streets, Heshmatiya district, Bazargan and Sayyadi streets, Yakhchi Abad district, Farvardin, Assadi, Khodabash and Besharat streets, Vali Asr township, Milad and Fallah streets, Sadeqiya district, Shahid Golab, Marvdasht and Golnaz streets as well as in Kabiri high school, Kouyeh Ferdows district, Ferdows Boulevard, and Southern Ramin and Niloofar streets.

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