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Alamolhoda, the representative of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in northeastern Mashhad, said a few people had taken advantage of yesterday's protests against rising prices to raise slogans against Iran's involvement in regional conflicts.'Some people had came to express their demands, but suddenly, in a crowd of hundreds, a small group that did not exceed 50, shouted deviant and horrendous slogans such as "Let go of Palestine", "Not Gaza, not Lebanon, I'd give my life for Iran",' Alamolhoda said.
Videos on social media also showed demonstrators chanting 'Leave Syria, think about us', criticising Iran's military and financial support for President Bashar al-Assad, who is fighting opponents of the government in Syria's six-year-old civil war.
Badoo, a social network popular in emerging markets like Russia and Brazil, has been banned in Iran.
As of December 2009 Badoo says it had broken the 50 million user mark globally, with 250,000 of those coming from Iran.
State media said 52 people have been arrested, with footage recorded by protesters yesterday showing tear gas being thrown into crowds by riot police.
In one clip, a mullah - an Islamic cleric and representative of the feared religious class which runs theocratic Iran - is chanted at aggressively as he walks through a group of protesters.
One activist reported on social media that crowds also shouted: 'Leave Palestine and think about us'.They think they will hurt the government by doing so.' Iran's state-run IRNA news agency quoted the governor of the northeastern city of Mashhad, Mohammad Rahim Norouzian, as saying there was an illegal 'No to high prices' gathering in the city.'Police gave them the necessary notifications and treated them with great tolerance,' he said.Norouzian said police arrested a number of people who intended to destroy public property, without elaborating.Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Iran to demonstrate against the country's president, mullahs and price rises for the second day.
Videos show crowds chanting 'Death to the dictator' and 'Death to Rouhani' across the Islamic republic - including Iran's holy second city, Mashhad - as the protests spread to at least eight other cities.It may be this flirtatious aspect of the site which has inflamed the ire of the strict Islamic authorities – however, there has been no official reason given.