Iranian Football Team Wears Jackets To Cover Emblems
On Tuesday, members of the Iranian soccer team covered the nation’s emblems with a jacket during the Iranian anthem.
- All members of the Iranian team, who were playing against Senegal, entered the stadium wearing black jackets that purposefully concealed the national anthem's symbol on their uniforms.
- The Iranian team's move coincides with major protests that have been taking place in Iran since Mahsa Amini's violent death.
- Mohsen Mansouri, governor of the province of Tehran, said the authorities will be dealing with “celebrities who fanned the flames of riots and with those who sign [lucrative] contracts with radio and television, but in a time of riots take a stand against security and order.”