Following increased tensions between Tehran and London over the detention of 15 British marines who entered Iranian waters illegally and likely gatherings by protestors in front of the embassy compound, the police increased security measures and arrangements around the embassy here in Tehran on Friday.
According to FNA dispatches, different units of the Iranian law enforcement police have stationed in the northern and eastern sides of the British embassy while several police squads are guarding walls of the embassy building.
Thousands of protestors staged a rally following Tehran's Friday Prayers at Tehran University Campus to cry out their protest against the trespassing of Iranian waters by the British troops. Protestors called for the trial of the trespassers.
A large number of people gathered around the British embassy but police squads prevented them from forming any demonstration or convention.
Friday, March 30, 2007
In the meantime Iran has released a third letter from Faye Turney. I have not seen the text of it yet, [Update: Here it is.] but the second letter did not seem to have been written by a native speaker of English. I wonder if the current one is going to declare that Iran will smash the plots of the World Arrogance through its courageous stances: