Iran protesters back on streets
Updated on 18 September 2009
There were fresh protests in Iran today as opposition supporters carried out demonstrations to coincide with the government-backed Quds day ceremony.
As president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeated anti-Israeli rhetoric, his leading opponents took to the streets to protest at his controversial re-election.
Press TV, a pro-government station which has boasted George Galloway as one of its presenters, reports on an appearance by Mousavi and his supporters. Mousavi is seen at the end of the package.
Anti-government protest in Tehran
Anti-government protesters gather in Tehran today chanting "Iran, Iran".
The Significance of this is that it is traditionally a day to chant support to
Amatuer video from Youtube.
'Long live Montazeri'
Further anti-government protests from Iran today captured in amateur video.
The crowd chants "long live Montazeri", one of the main critics of the Islamic Republic's domestic and foreign policy.
Pro-government demonstrators filled the streets to mark the country's annual Palestinian solidarity day.
These crowds chant the more traditional slogans such as "death to America" and "the great satan".