People in the Afghan city of Herat protested against the Iranian regime’s human rights violations and cruel executions on Saturday, burning pictures of the regime’s senior officials.
The loud protest, the second of its kind this week, took place in front of the regime’s consulate in Herat, according to Herat News website.
Protestors were angry over the regime’s inhumane treatment of Afghan nationals in Iran. A large number of them were women.
The demonstrators called for an end to the execution of Afghans as well as Iranians by the regime, condemning the ruling mullahs by chanting anti-regime slogans.
Herat News added that they also burnt portraits of the Iranian regime’s officials while throwing stones and bottles of paint at the regime consulate’s walls and door.