Mass anti-Israeli demonstrations annually take place in Tehran and other Iranian cities on Quds Day, which is dedicated to the support of the Palestinian people and held on the last Friday of Ramadan. This year's rallies are aimed at opposing the violence that erupted as a result of the clashes between the Israeli Defense Forces and the Palestinian protesters along the Gaza Strip border.
Quds Day was established in Iran in 1979. On that day mass demonstrations took place in Arab countries in support of the Palestinian people. On Friday, demonstrations were held in Yemen and Iraq. Several thousand demonstrators took part in a peaceful procession in Damascus.
We could be more destructive to the Zionists than they are, but that's not our way.— Ken Toloui Ⓐکامران﷽ (@paradise2012) June 8, 2018
We don't hate the American people, we hate their system.- speaker at Jakarta rally in front of US Embassy#يوم_القدس_مسيرة_العودة#QudsDay4Return#QudsDay2018#QudsDay#GreatReturnMarch pic.twitter.com/Kax9lwWMa5
According to the IRNA news agency, Iranians are participating in rallies in over 900 cities and towns. The media outlet added that the protesters displayed banners stating: "Victory of resistance front, the defeat of US-Zionism sedition, Palestine determination for return."
میگن بعد از دیدن این کلیپ ملانیا ترامپ کاخ سفید رو گذاشته رو سرش و زن نتانیاهو هم داره موهای سر بنیامین شوهرشو میکنه و میگه همینو میخواستی که تو تهران این حرفا رو بزنن پشتمون… جز جیگر بزنی الاهی— Amir (@Amir40942971) June 8, 2018
(با منم اصن صحبت نکنید که موهای تنم ریخته) #روز_قدس pic.twitter.com/c8POcZ4T8V
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