Anti-U.S. rallies start in Iran
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 4 /Trend N. Umid/
Iranian people, in particular, students have participated in the rallies of "national day of struggle against the global arrogance (imperialist powers)," Fars news agency reported.
The rallies take place on 13th of Aban in the Iranian calendar (corresponds to November 4) every year, which is the anniversary of the seizure of the U.S. embassy in Tehran by the university's students. It was also the anniversary of the exile of the Founder of the Islamic Republic, the late Imam Khomeini, in 1964.
According to the Fars news agency, the demonstrators gathered in front of the U.S. embassy in Tehran, which was called the "Den of Spies" Chanting slogan of "Down with the America."
Anti-US Billboards named "American Sincerity" reinstalled in the rallies` path in Tehran, the report said.
"American Sincerity" billboards previously have been removed by Tehran's Municipality.
Some of billboards are against the Iran-U.S. talks. One version, showed a negotiations table where the American side was represented by a man half dressed in a military outfit and another with a big dog sitting next to the supposedly American person him who seemed ready to pounce, each facing an Iranian person who appeared in a businesslike suit.
Iranian IRINN tv channel reported that during the rallies US flags were burned in the streets by the people.
The Iranian and U.S. Foreign Ministers met in New York after 34 years and the two countries' presidents has a phone conversation later in September.
Some Iranian extremists criticized president Hassan Rouhani`s administration calling Iranian nuclear negotiation team as "compromisers."
On November 3, Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei supported Iranian delegation in nuclear talks.