Teheran: Thousands protest US Koran burning

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September 15, 2010 15:41

 
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Thousands of Iranians reportedly took to the streets on Wednesday, to protest Koran burning in the US.

According to PressTV, the protesters gathered at Teheran's Palestine Square, and shouted slogans accusing both the US and Israel of "orchestrating the Zionist plot."

Placards held by the demonstrators urged Jews and Christians to promise that such acts would not be repeated.

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