IRI's university students of Basij mobilization staged a protest in front of Iran's Parliament, Majlis, against Zionists' "shameless destruction" of al-Aqsa mosque.I'm happy to report that the Buitoni Marinara Sauce (OU pareve) I have in my cupboard is a Nestle product.
Chanting "Down with Israel" and "Down with America" slogans very resolutely, the Basiji students asked for adopting any possible measures aimed at ending the usurper Zionist regime's anti-Islamic moves against Islam's first qibla.
The protesters meanwhile asked the nation's representatives at the parliament to boycott all products whose producers are in a way related to the occupier regime of Holy Qods, particularly those of the food stuff company Nestle.
The protesting students also asked for the presence of the Head of Majlis cultural commission, Emadeddin Afrough among them.
A groups of MPs, including Ali-Reza Zakani, Ahmad Bozorgian and Seyyed Jalal Yahyazadeh attended the gathering and talked about the recent intrigues of the Zionist regime, as well as the measures adopted so far against their intriguing anti-Islamic conduct.
The students ended their protest gathering reading a communique against the systematic destruction plan launched by the usurper, racist and Zionist regime against one of Islam's holiest sites in the world, the al-Aqsa mosque.
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Poor dears. It rained on their protest.