Thousands of people demonstrated Friday in Tehran as well as other parts of the country to denounce Saudi-led air aggression on Yemen.
The demonstrators took to the streets after the Friday prayers.
The protests came as Iran rejected anew Saudi claims it was interfering in Yemen by backing the Houthi fighters, and accused Riyadh of seeking to absolve itself of responsibility in the war.
Protesters chanted slogans against Saudi Arabia. They also held the United States responsible for the military aggression, which has claimed the lives of over 1,200.
The rallies in the capital featured people taking to the streets in droves to show support for the people of Yemen, condemning the interference and aggression against the country.
Some protesters were holding up placards bearing in Arabic, the slogan, “I am Yemeni.”
The protests across Iran came a day after, during a joint press conference with US Secretary of State John Kerry, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir accused Iran of meddling in regional countries, including Yemen.