A shopping center in northern Tehran has received a barrage of criticism for “promoting the Jewish holiday.”
Mehr edition writes that the mall was decorated both for the Persian holiday of Yalda and for Sukkot.
According to Iran International, in this regard, the mall was accused of “ promoting the Jewish holiday. '' “ Contradictory '' the decoration was seen on the lower floor.
“Despite the fact that people of different religions live together in our country, the combination of Yalda symbols with Sukkot can distort the perception of the Iranian holiday. Moreover, various influential persons also go to this place and advertise it without knowing it “, & ndash; Mehr reporter Fatima Karimi was outraged.