Iran police warn opposition before Quds Day

TEHRAN — Iran’s police chief warned the opposition on Tuesday against using an annual pro-Palestinian march to stage protests against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the official IRNA news agency reported.

“The Quds Day (march), which is to express support for oppressed Palestinians and condemn occupiers, should not be tainted for political purposes,” Esmail Ahmadi Moghadam said.

“Derailing Quds Day would be added to the fraud folder for showing the true colours of those who direct this view,” he said in apparent warning to leaders of the
opposition, who charge that Ahmadinejad’s June re-election was rigged.

According to their websites, supporters of defeated candidates known as the greens plan to pour on to Tehran’s streets again in the annual state-sponsored Quds Day demonstration, which will be held this year on September 18.


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