Iran: Tehran residents protest by writing anti-regime graffiti

NCRI – The residents of a western district of Tehran received anti-regime leaflets distributed by the people on Thursday night of September 19.

Many graffiti were written on the walls in various parts of the Fadak park in western Tehran. They included slogans such as “down with dictator,” and “Iran’s freedom is near,”.

A anti-regime graffiti reads: ‘Down with Khamenei, Viva Rajavi’ in a street in Tehran.

In recent weeks, supporters of opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), have displayed large banners in major highways in Tehran celebrating the anniversary of foundation of their organization.

The banners also condemned the attacks by Iraqi forces against Camp Ashraf in Iraq in which 52 members of PMOI were massacred.

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