More Than 1,500 Shisha Pipes Destroyed

In a symbolic gesture in the Kurdish city of Sanandaj in western Iran, 1,500 shisha pipes – also known as water or hubble-bubble pipes – were destroyed. A large number of people, along with a group of city officials, gathered to watch the destruction of a pile of shisha pipes. This was part of a […]

In a symbolic gesture in the Kurdish city of Sanandaj in western Iran, 1,500 shisha pipes – also known as water or hubble-bubble pipes – were destroyed.

A large number of people, along with a group of city officials, gathered to watch the destruction of a pile of shisha pipes. This was part of a campaign against public smoking, with their slogan stating, “No to cigarettes and no to shisha – a city free from smoking.”

 

 

 

 

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