Iranians Hold Another Rally in Support of #OWS Movement – Lash Out at Zionist & Capitalist System

They carried anti-Semitic signs at their protest, too.
Notice the “Jail Zionist Banker” sign in the crowd.

Men shout slogans during a gathering in support of anti-Wall Street demonstrators in front of the U.S. interest section of the Swiss embassy in Tehran October 22, 2011. (REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi)

Iranian workers held a rally today in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The protesters lashed out at the Zionist and capitalist system.
IRNA reported:

Iranian workers staged a rally before Swiss embassy in Tehran Wednesday, representing the US interests, to support Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement in the US.

Protesters carried banners condemning the suppression of Occupy Wall Street movement and tyranny of Zionist and capitalist system.

They chanted slogans against the US, Britain and Zionist regime and called for them to vindicate workers and impoverished people’s right living under hegemonic governments.

A declaration written by Iranian labor party to support the US suppressed worker was recited in the demonstration as well. “Zionist capitalist system particularly the US employed all of its capabilities to manage the crisis when the Islamic awakening expanded across the region.”

In the declaration they called for the UN and human rights’ Watchdog and other relevant organizations to form a committee to meet the US impoverished labors’ demands. They also called for release of the arrested people following the recent protests in the US and Europe.

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