Mo-toons displayed at Free Expression rally – one man
Several Mo-toon banners were in evidence at Saturday’s March for Free Expression, which attracted about 600 people. One man complained to the police that he felt “threatened” by the presence of the cartoons, which led to Iranian dissident Reza Moradi being questioned by the police. According to Maryam Namazie, he is due to appear in court for the offence at some point.
While Reza was being questioned, his banner, which displayed four of the Mo-toons, was passed among the crowd (see above).
A handful of Muslim boys dressed up as soldiers also turned up, but few people noticed them.