Exhibition on Israeli atrocities open work south of Iran

An exhibition has opened work south of Iran that allows its inspectors to review a history of the US and Israeli atrocities against the world people.

An exhibition has opened work outside the iconic grand mosque of the Iranian city, Khorramshahr south of Iran that allows its inspectors to review a history of the US and Israeli atrocities against the world people.

Titled 'towards Beit ul-Moqaddas,' the exhibition accommodates over 500 works in several sections.

It has been initiated and organized by Misaq cultural center.

The exhibition organizers marked the Palestinian Land Day on Thursday with lecturers delivering speeches on the Palestinian resistance.

Also, street shows were performed and poems were read out on the Palestinian issue on the sidelines of the exhibition.