Tehran GrapevineAnti-government chants from rooftops in Iran capital

Anti-government chants from rooftops in Iran capital

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Jun 16 – From the Grapevine… Residents of Imam Hossein, Rah-e Ahan, Vanak and Toopkhaneh districts in west and south Tehran late on Tuesday chanted anti-government slogans from their rooftops.

Iran Focus

Tehran, Jun 16 – From the Grapevine…

Residents of Imam Hossein, Rah-e Ahan, Vanak and Toopkhaneh districts in west and south Tehran late on Tuesday chanted anti-government slogans from their rooftops.

At 22:00 local time there were chants of “Allah-o Akbar” and “Death to [Supreme Leader Ali] Khamenei” in Toopkhaneh district.

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