Monday, 2 April 2007


Welcome to this blog, which will act as the Free the Navy 15 homepage until the hostages are freed.

As explained in the "About Me" section, we are a group of like-minded individuals who decided it was about time the Iranian Government saw how outraged the British public are about the kidnapping of our service personnel, and their exploitation as propaganda tools.

It's our aim to organise regular protests outside the Iranian Embassy in London (16, Prince's Gate, South Kensington, London, SW7 1PT, for those joining us!). These protests aren't affiliated to any political party, or about anything more than getting our sailors and Marines freed.

No matter what your views on the wider situation in the Middle East, we hope you'll join us to campaign against this kidnapping.

Free The Navy 15


Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your campaign.

Much of the media, notably the BBC, despite its token acknowledgement of your existence, is inclined to give uncritical reporting of the Tehran violent demonstrations, and the BBC continues to give considerable uncritical airtime to propagandists for the Islamic Iranian Republic's regime.

This is not merely an issue of map-reading; it is about the violent abduction of British sailors by a jihadist Iranian regime.

We must make clear that we are not dhimmis, and that we oppose appeasement of such regimes.

As you rightly emphasise, all anti-jihadists are welcome in your campaign, including anti-Ahmadinejihad Iranian opposition.

Free The Navy 15! said...

The protests are of course open to all members of the public - I must emphasise that we aren't going to hitch them up to any political issues other than the release of the hostages.