Following the open resignation of its diplomats in Norway and Japan (with another 27 resignations being reported worldwide) and the demonstration-turned-scuffle in front of Neauphle-le-Château in France last week, the Islamic Republic has yet another public embarrassment to deal with, this time coming out of Copenhagen. As demonstrations outside its Danish embassy became heated, one of the regime's diplomats in the Scandinavian country was met with an egg in the face. Footage embedded below:
As the Green movement grows and persists, the otherwise disunited Iranian diaspora seems to be coming together, if only temporarily and begrudgingly, behind the green banner. Amongst the most highly-educated and affluent minority communities both in the United States and the world, a united expat front has the potential of creating buzz in local Western media that protests taking place in Iran are otherwise incapable of producing on their own. Stateside, the power of the diaspora's unity was fully evident in demonstrations both during the convening of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City and in several occasions in Washington DC, where the Green Scroll (which is currently the middle of a world tour) was marched across the capital.