Iran Update
Volume: 2 - Issue:  11513 May 2011
ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update

Greetings! 
 

We are delighted to present you with the current issue of Iran Update, a publication of International Solidarity for Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI). We recommend the following readings

France Dismisses Terror Probe of Iranian Opposition Group
France Will Drop Charges Against Iranian Dissidents
Maryam Rajavi calls on France to take initiative to protect Ashraf residents
Protesters Take to Syria's Streets Despite Crackdown
Italian foreign minister: Gadhafi might have fled Tripoli, likely still in Libya
France Dismisses Terror Probe of Iranian Opposition Group
The Wall Street Journal
Preliminary charges of terrorism filed eight years ago against members and supporters of an umbrella Iranian opposition group have been dismissed by investigating magistrates looking into the case  Read On...
France Will Drop Charges Against Iranian Dissidents
The New York Times
The inquiry grew out of one of France's largest anti-terrorist operations, when 1,300 police officers and intelligence officials descended on June 17, 2003, on the offices of the Mujahedeen Khalq. Read On...
Maryam Rajavi calls on France to take initiative to protect Ashraf residents, prevent further killings
NCRI
I make a specific request today to President Sarkozy who has taken a brave initiative in Libya, to take up an international initiative within the humanitarian and human rights framework, to protect the defenseless residents of Ashraf and to present this case at the United Nations Security Council.  Read On...
Protesters Take to Syria's Streets Despite Crackdown
The new York Times
Thousands of protesters in Syria defied a ferocious crackdown and returned to the streets Friday, even in towns that the military had besieged only days before, in a relentless contest of wills that a leading dissident described as an emerging stalemate.  Read On...
Italian foreign minister: Gadhafi might have fled Tripoli, likely still in Libya
The Washington Post
Moammar Gadhafi may have fled Tripoli and at least one Catholic official in Tripoli reports that the Libyan strongman has been hurt, the Italian foreign minister said Friday. Read On...

Other Suggested Readings:

 

Proposal for a peaceful and permanent solution for Camp Ashraf ...  

Threat of massacre at Ashraf camp in Iraq, warn Euro-MPs 

Solving the Ashraf crisis 

Iranian Students call for protest and strikeIranian Students call for protest and strike

Ahmadinejad allies charged with sorcery 

MEP Calls for independent inquiry into Camp Ashraf Massacre 

 

  
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