An anti-iran propaganda poster has been found in a library in the UK that is suspected to be produced by the Iranian regime.
A poster found in the Library of the University of Leeds, in north-east England, was first spotted by a British student who had recently travelled to Iran.
The poster was apparently made in the early 1980s and was made up of a black-and-white image of an image of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) on a white background with a red and yellow border.
The image was in the form of a “sign” to warn students of the dangers of traveling to Iran, according to the poster’s author, who spoke to TechRadars UK on condition of anonymity.
The text on the poster said that the posters “don’t like Iran”, which prompted the poster author to go to the library to see if the posters had been made there.
The posters were made up on a computer and were later removed.
“I took the poster to the Library and checked its contents and it was clearly in Arabic script, a language they had no idea was Arabic,” the poster creator, a student at the university, told TechRaders UK.
“The posters were clearly not made in 1981, but they clearly were made in this period.” “
When I took the posters to the University, I was amazed to find that it was produced by someone in the 1980-1990s, a time when the Iranian state was actively persecuting Iran and it appears to be in their collection,” the student added.
“The posters were clearly not made in 1981, but they clearly were made in this period.”
The poster author said that he believed the posters were in the collection of the Iranian Embassy in London and that they may have been produced to warn UK students about the “real dangers” of traveling.
“They were put up at the Embassy by the embassy, who didn’t want us to go,” he said.
“It’s not the first time they’ve been put up and it won’t be the last.”
The posters are not the only anti-IRI propaganda posters found in London.
An earlier poster was found in 2015 at the University College London, with the message: “Don’t go to Iran!
It’s a dangerous place.”
A British man recently published a YouTube video, which appears to show him removing the posters from his library and putting them into a bin.
He has since deleted the video and the poster from his collection.
A second poster was spotted in a school in Kent in September 2017, which was said to have been found by students who had been on an “educational trip”.
The poster has since been removed from the school library.
“At the moment, I don’t have any evidence to support the claims made in those videos, but the school is working on it,” the school’s principal, Dr Peter Wilson, told the Kent Evening Post.
The UK government has also come under fire for funding propaganda posters from the former Soviet Union, the former USSR and Iran. “
If anyone would like to share with us any more information, we’d be happy to do so,” he added.
The UK government has also come under fire for funding propaganda posters from the former Soviet Union, the former USSR and Iran.
In 2017, the UK’s former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, said that Iran’s state-run propaganda agency, IRNA, was “more active than ever”.
He also suggested that the British government’s support of IRNA could have been “a very, very big mistake”.
The British government has been criticised by human rights organisations for supporting Iranian propaganda and for funding the UK-based IRNA with the intention of preventing a free election in Iran, which is scheduled for 2018.
The British Government has also been criticised for failing to adequately address the situation in Iran and for failing in its duty to protect UK citizens.