Writing slogans against the [government] system is no longer a covert phenomenon [in Iran], as indignation toward the regime has become more widespread. The result has been more open reactions from the public.
In the past seven months, slogan writing has been an indirect action taken [by the people] against the Islamic Republic regime. The [words and images] are seen on walls, on pedestrian bridges, and boulevards in cites [across Iran].

Although most slogans are written discretely, a growing number of frustrated individuals are beginning to openly write over the regime’s 22 Bahman propaganda slogans. On Wednesday afternoon, the man in the [left] picture was spotted writing “Death to the Dictator” under a propaganda billboard on Keshavarz Boulevard, toward Vali Asr Square.


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