Anti-Revolutionary Komala Members Attack Iranian Mission in Paris
Nearly 15 Komala members attacked the Iranian embassy in Paris on Friday evening, desecrated Iran’s flag and hurled stones and different objects, including computer parts and fire extinguisher at its building, breaking the glasses.
The French police had earlier informed the embassy officials of the attack since Friday morning but they left the embassy premises as soon as the attackers arrived. They return to the Iranian mission after the assault.
There is yet no report on the size of damage to the embassy building.
In a relevant development earlier this week, the Finnish police arrested four rioters in relation to the Monday attack on Iran’s diplomatic mission in Finland.
On Monday afternoon a protest rally, arranged by Kurdish-Finns against Iran, got out of hands in Kulosaari near Iran’s Embassy in Eastern Helsinki.
Finland’s police arrested four people on Monday in connection to the assault on the Iranian embassy in Helsinki.
The news comes while police reported that they had received an announcement of a peaceful protest. Some rioters, however, stole Iran’s flag from the embassy and burnt it.
A sum of 150 protesters threw rocks at a police drone that was keeping an eye on the demonstrators.
In result, police sent more units to the scene. Four people were caught, of whom three are suspected of aggravated disturbing of the peace in related to burning the flag.
One person is suspected of violent resisting of an official in the performance of his duties.