Iranian pro-democracy campaigners gather outside the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London to protest the human rights abuses committed by the Mollah regime in Iran.
They also continue to support the residents of Camp Ashraf in Northern Iraq who are under threat of displacement as the Iranian Government continue to attempt to force its destruction, otherwise known as its denouement.
Iran continues to fall under chronic internal problems with pro-democracy protests, strikes at the Ahvaz Pipe Mills Company over unpaid wages, riots at the Gohardasht prison as prisoners react violently to inhuman treatment by the prison authorities and strikes in the west of the country at Sanadaj over working conditions at a bakery.
Internationally, Iran continues to shrink under the weight of international pressure to concede to internal and open examination of its supposed nuclear weapons program after the recent announcement of a second nuclear facility at Qom, the spiritual home of the Shi'a mollah regime.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London. 28th October 2009
A photograph displayed at the protest depicts a man who gives a last wave before he is hanged during an open air state execution in Iran.
Another photograph depicts the leader of the pro-democracy movement, Maryam Rajavi.
Members of the group listen to speeches. These members where amongst those who recently staged hunger strikes at the embassy of the United States in Grosvenor Square over the seizing of 36 men from Camp Ashraf. After 72 days, the hunger strikes secured the release of the men.
Outside the FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office), the campaigners chant pro-democracy slogans.
A woman raises her fist outside the FCO.
Bystanders wait to sign a petition calling on the British Government to bring pressure to bear on the Iraqi Government to ensure the continued safety of the residents of Camp Ashraf.
Waiving Iranian flags outside the FCO.
A depiction of a nuclear weapon sits outside the FCO. Iran continues to remain under international pressure to facilitate international weapons inspectors into the country to examine its nuclear program. In recent months, the Iranians have been forced to concede the existance of a second facility at Qom, the spiritual home of the Shi'a Mollah regime.