Iran’s allegation of London’s “destructive role in the protests”. Latest UK headlines and events


Iran’s foreign ministry said in a statement today that the arrests of UK-linked citizens demonstrate London’s “destructive role” in the recent protests in Iran.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kenani said, “Some countries, especially the country you mentioned, have played an unconstructive role in recent developments in Iran,” when a reporter asked about the arrest of seven UK-linked people in Tehran yesterday.

“Their role was completely subversive and provoked riots,” Kenani said.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards announced yesterday that seven people, including those with dual citizenship, have been arrested in connection with anti-government protests that have rocked the country.

The British Foreign Office said it had asked the Iranian authorities for more information regarding the news of the arrest of dual Anglo-Iranian nationals.

Kenani said Tehran had informed governments about the detainees and informed them of their crimes.

The spokesman also said that “for humanitarian reasons” the detainees are allowed to communicate with their families during the Christmas holidays.

Tehran claims that the protests by Iranians from all walks of life, which escalated into a popular uprising and is one of the boldest challenges to the country’s clergy since the 1979 revolution, were orchestrated by xenophobes and spies.

Iran has also taken increasingly aggressive steps against dual citizens and has arrested dozens of people since the civil unrest began.

These moves provoked further international condemnation and further isolation of the Islamic Republic.

Human rights group GRANA said 507 protesters had been killed as of yesterday, 69 of them children; It was stated that 66 members of the security forces were also killed.

It is estimated that at least 18,500 protesters have been arrested in recent events.

Kenani said the cases of some of the detainees had been completed, while the cases of others were still under investigation.

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