With the creativity of Iranian Civil rights activists “Walls of Kindness” are popping up in cities across Iran for people to leave clothing for the poor or homeless.
If you don’t need it, leave it. If you need it, take it.”
The first “love wall” or “the wall of kindness” was formed in the city of Mashhad in Iran and continued inside many different cities. And because of its popularity it is the headlines of the major news networks like the website of the BBC and CNN some others.
People welcomed this idea immediately and “The wall of kindness” were launched in different cities all around Iran. such as Tehran, Mashhad, Shiraz, Isfahan, Kermanshah, Hamedan,Aligudarz, Anzali and.....
They wrote “Life is short, let’s be kind to each other” or “Leave what you don’t need and take what you need.”This is the way to oppose against daily execution and ruin families in Iran. To express that Iranian people want Love and kindness instead of daily murdering and killing by the Rouhani's government
A brilliant idea for the homeless restores faith in humanity.
With winter temperatures plummeting and a stagnant economy, the need for clothing donations is high. According to the Guardian, there are at least 15,000 people homeless in Iran’s capital Tehran alone.
After that “the cabin of kindness” was formed in South Tehran which provide food,clothes,books and toy for poor or homeless.