A domino show held in the city of Gonabad, in the Razavi Korasan Province of Iran on February 16 focused on Iran's nuclear project. During the show, domino structures depicting obstacles to the progress of Iran's nuclear project - such as the assassination of scientists, sanctions, the Stuxnet virus, and various phases in the negotiations - were collapsed and were replaced by messages affirming Iran's nuclear achievements. The show featured US-related models, such as the word "CIA," the RQ-170 drone, and the US flag, some of which were collapsed. In addition, the word "ISIS" was set ablaze. The show ended with a missile destroying a domino structure of an Israeli flag. A short video and many images were posted on various Iranian websites.
Following are excerpts:
Domino constructions entitled "Paris" and "Geneva" "Stuxnet Virus" "Assassinations"
"Technology for Uranium Enrichment to 20%"
A "missile" flies into a domino construction of an Israeli flag
"The largest domino show in the Middle East"
Domino constructions entitled "Assassinations" "Sanctions" "Threats" and a model of the RQ-170 Sentinel Drone "Industry" "Medicine" "Agriculture" "The Rule of the Jurisprudent" "CIA" Stuxnet Virus" "ISIS"
"ISIS" construction is lit on fire
Domino team poses for a picture with the "missile" entitled "Muhammad Messenger of Allah"
An image of an American flag with a small "rocket" laying upon it.
"Allah never lets the infidels rule over the believers"