Iranian Opposition Leaders Condemn Violent Attack on Dissidents in London, Call for UK Government Action

London, UK – Leading Iranian opposition figures, including exiled Prince Reza Pahlavi, have strongly condemned a recent attack on dissident protesters in London by supporters of the Islamic Republic. Pahlavi called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of those responsible for the violent assault on Iranian dissidents at a memorial ceremony in Wembley.

The attack took place at the Dewan Al-Kafeel Community Center during a ceremony honoring the late Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi. Amid the event, regime loyalists attacked Iranian dissidents outside the venue, resulting in injuries to at least four individuals. The incident sparked outrage and calls for action from various Iranian activists and human rights advocates.

In a statement on social media, activist Masih Alinejad emphasized the need for urgent action from the British government and police. Alinejad highlighted the violence inflicted by Islamic Republic supporters on protesters and stressed the importance of unity and swift intervention to address the aggression in London. British citizen and human rights advocate Nazanin Boniadi also joined the chorus of condemnation, urging the Metropolitan police to investigate the incident promptly and bring the perpetrators to justice.

The assault on dissident protesters has brought renewed attention to the ongoing tensions between supporters and opponents of the Islamic Republic. Exiled Prince Reza Pahlavi has called on the UK government to send a clear message to the Iranian regime that acts of intimidation and violence will not be tolerated. As the incident continues to generate outrage and calls for justice, the community of Iranian dissidents and activists remains steadfast in their demand for accountability and protection from further violence.