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Iran Produces Trump Telegram Game

An Iranian company unveiled a telegram game about US President Donald Trump on Saturday on the occasion of the national Student Day which marks the 1979 takeover of the US embassy in Tehran.

The Telegram game, produced in Studio Hiva, displays Trump as facing two of his favorite things, money and missile, and finally one of them kills him.

The game can be accessed at

Also, an Iranian company which is making 100 episodes of an animation about Trump after his hostile remarks against Iran and the 2015 nuclear deal announced last Saturday that 13 new episodes have been produced. Each episode is 1 minute long.

The animation that is directed by Rasoul Azargoun and is now under production at Studio Rezvan in Iran has come on display at the Iran-based English-language Press TV news channel, Youtube and other social media.

The Trump animations and other products of Rezvan Studio are also available at

Since the 1979 takeover of the US embassy in Tehran, Iranians have been celebrating the occasion every year by holding rallies on the anniversary and marking it as the National Day against the ‘Global Arrogance’.

November 4 marks three important events in Iranian history: the takeover of the former US embassy in Tehran by Muslim students following the Imam’s line in 1979 and the exile of Imam Khomeini by the Shah in 1964. It also marks the massacre of a large number of Iranian school students by the army of the former Pahlavi regime during the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Iranian university students took over the US embassy building to thwart what they called Washington’s plots against the Islamic Revolution.

Inside the embassy, the students found shredded documents which proved their convictions.


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