February 9, 2010
Western embassies in Tehran attacked by Ahmadinejad supporters
Hundreds of students protest Western 'interference' in Iranian internal affairs in Tehran, call 'death to' Britain, France and throw eggs, tomatoes at embassies. Italian FM: Protesters are Besij militia members
While the West continued to criticize Iran for its decision to enrich uranium Tuesday, supporters of the Ayatollah regime took to the streets to protest before Western embassies.
The demonstrators threw objects at the embassies in Tehran and shouted slogans against Western leaders. Italy claimed that the demonstrators were not regular citizens, but people associated with the regime.
State-owned news agencies in the Islamic Republic reported that students supporting the regime demonstrated in front of the French and Italian embassies in the capital, against what they called the “interference of the West in Iran’s internal affairs”, including its support for the Iranian Opposition.
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