The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) condemns the Iranian regime's unfounded and anti-democratic protest against a peaceful gathering of tens of thousands of Iranians and parliamentarians from all over the world for a free and democratic Iran in Paris on July 9, 2016. At that event tens of thousands of Iranians were joined by politicians, parliamentarians and dignitaries from all around the world, including Arab countries in the Middle East.

Camp Liberty, the residence of members of Iran's democratic opposition, the PMOI, near Baghdad's International Airport, came under a heavy missile attack on Monday, July 4, at 20:35 local time. Parts of the camp was destroyed in the subsequent fire and several camp residents were injured.

At a conference in the House of Commons on Thursday, June 30, UK policy toward Iran was discussed by a panel consisting of experts on Iranian affairs and parliamentarians from both Houses of Parliament and each major political party.

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) is extremely concerned over the recent arrest and detention, under fraudulent national security charges, of teacher activists in Iran for their peaceful political activism to fight for their improved livelihood.