Iranian students condemn French Police’s brutality against protesters

TEHRAN, Dec. 05 (MNA) – A group of Tehran University’s students gathered outside the French embassy in Tehran on Wednesday to condemn the French police’s brutality against protesters taking part in rallies in Paris and some other cities in France.

In protest to the human rights violations in recent protests in France, Iranian students from Tehran university held a rally outside the French embassy located in Nofel Loshato street in Tehran on Wednesday morning.

The Iranian students held up Students banners and placards, condemning the French brutalities in recent protests.

The protesters were also carrying pictures of French president Emmanuel Macron and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

Students condemned the recent violence by the French government and chanted slogans like "French Democracy means brutal crackdown and crackdown on freedom," " Macron is an accomplice in the killings of Parisians and Yemenis," "freedom, brotherhood, equality," "stop murdering people", “3 dead shows the true face of French democracy and human rights," and "the United Nations must not stay silent against human rights violations in France."  

MNA/ FNA13970914000325

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