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Rally to Support Iran Deal Past

Saturday, Aug 15, 2015 ,
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Free Event

Say No to WAR, Support #IranDeal KUALA LUMPUR

This event is to organize the "I Support #IranDeal" photo shoot campaign in Kuala lumpur.

The opponents of the deal are spending millions of dollars in lobbying and ads trying hard to sabotage the deal.

The goal of this campaign is to make our voices as Malaysian-Iranian citizens heard.

We will be writing messages on cardboards, take a few group shots holding a large "I support #irandeal" sign, and record some short videos of individual messages of whoever would like to participate.

The plan might slightly change and expand as the weekend approaches. Do not hesitate to let us know if you have any new ideas you would like to try.

PLEASE invite your FRIENDS and peace-loving colleagues! :)

Wear bright colours, ... you can also bring cardboards, markers and of course your creativity! :)


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