Tuesday, 5 January 2010

British MPs and Dignitaries join London Rally for change in Iran

During popular uprisings last week in the holy month of Ashura in Iran people took to streets in form of peaceful rallies and demonstrations to express their desire for change.

All reports, photographs, and video clips transmitted clearly shows we are at a point of no return for change. People are determined to continue at whatever the cost for FREEDOM.

In return, desperate mullahs have retaliated with violent raids beaten, killed and have arrested several people who are in danger of torture and execution to scare millions to give up resistance. 

Witnesses described some of the repressive forces, confronted with people’s determination to resist, have defied their commanders and changed sides on the scene joining protestors where they received cheering welcome by the people.

Security Force joins people
The size of the demonstrations, and the death of a number of protesters, has dramatically changed the nature and the intensity of the confrontation.

We, who are blessed with peace and liberty, feel that we must raise our voice in support of people who are struggling for freedom.

In solidarity with those brave men and women in Iran, several members of the British Parliament will join us for a rally in front British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) on Thursday 7 January at: 11:00 am to urge our government to stand by the people of Iran and demand the mullahs’ regime to release innocent people whose lives are in danger.

I would like to ask you to join us

Day:   Thursday 07 January 2010
Time: 11:30 – 13:30
Place: Opposite British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)
Address: King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AH
Closest Tube Station: Westminster

Please tell other friends and ask them to join.

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