Friday, February 24, 2006
Tens of thousands of worshipers in Tehran marched in the street after the Friday prayers to protest against Wednesday's bombing of the holy shrines in the Iraqi city of Sammara.
The protesters condenmed the terrorist attacks and called for unity among Muslims to confront with such anti-Islamic acts.
They also asked the interntional bodies to denounce the crime and called for bringing the culprits involved into justice.
Chanting anti-US and anti-UK slogans, they called for an end into Iraq's occupation so that the war-torn country can feel peace and stability.