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
|Tanks shell Syrian town, West piles on pressure
|Tanks bombarded a Syrian border town for the fourth day on Wednesday in a military campaign to crush protests against President Bashar al-Assad, under mounting Western pressure to stop his violent repression of demonstrators. Read On... |
|European Initiative on Camp Ashraf - A Long-Term Solution
|The proposal deserves to receive considerable attention as a major step forward for a long-term solution to the crisis...Furthermore, any talk of a temporary resettlement to another location in Iraq is dangerous as it will create distractions and will divert international attention to give way to Iraqi forces provoked by the Iranian regime to commit another mass murder. Read On... |
|Why Is a Delegation From Iran Coming to the United States?
|A sixteen-person delegation comprised of private sector Iranians has been invited by the U.S. to attend this three-day conference in Kansas City. Eight hundred trade delegations from thirty countries are expected to participate. This Forum can set the stage and provide the necessary groundwork for the development of international trade and business relations for Iran's private sector. Read On... |
|Iran building rocket bases in Venezuela
|German paper says Iranians paid cash to build mid-range missile launch pads on Paraguana Peninsula; Iranian engineers visited site in February. Read On... |
|Will Iran's Ahmadinejad survive until end of his term?
|Fighting for more power, not given to compromise and risking the disapproval even of the supreme authority in Iran's clerical establishment; President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, it might seem, is headed for a fall. Read On... |