Iranian students rally for nuclear program

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 15, 2011 21:38

 
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Thousands of Iranian students created a human chain around the Uranium Conversion Facility in Isfahan to show support for Tehran's nuclear program and pledge resistance should Iran come under attack, Iranian semi-official FARS News Agency reported Tuesday.

Students chanted "Death to Israel" and "Death to America" in front of the plant's main entrance, blasting the report recently released by the International Atomic Energy Agency's detailing Iran's continued development of its nuclear weapons program.

According to FARS, students at the event, which was initiated at Isfahan University, conducted a mock trial of Israelis and US officials "behind the assassination of Iran's nuclear scientists."


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