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Iran: Widespread “Fire Festivities” confronting Iranian regime

Fire Festival- No. 1

NCRI – Challenging the down-falling Khamenei and his various officials who had described the “Fire Festivities” – a traditional ritual celebrating the last Wednesday of the year – as “against religious laws” and “forbidden”, the brave people of Tehran celebrated these festivities all around the city. They turned this celebration into a scene of protest to express their hatred of the despicable velayat-e faqih establishment. Sounds of fire cracker explosions and sonic grenades were heard from all corners of Tehran.

From 7 p.m. people lit fires in Mohseni Square chanting “Death to dictator” and “Dictator, your time is up.”
In Gisha, courageous youths chanted: “Khamenei, shame on you, let go of the country”.

Sounds of the energetic youths were also heard in Sabalan and Golestan Avenues in the Shahak Gharb area (western Tehran).

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
March 15, 2011