Iran Update
Volume: 2 - Issue:  12301 June 2011
ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update

Greetings!

 

"Latin America is no longer the US backyard," said Ahmad Vahidi, Iranian regime's defense minister to a state-run website,, upon his return to Iran from Bolivia, mocking his international arrest warrant issued for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish centre in Buenos Aires.


"The allegation is so worthless that it is even deemed invalid in a neighboring country," said Vahidi despite an announcement by the Bolivian government that he was told to leave.


There is no doubt that such incidents are completely pre-planned by the Iranian regime. The aim is to punch holes in the tightening grips of international laws and sanctions to render them inefective against the regime.
 
Sanctions are good but only if they are rigorously implemented. The time has come to toughen up on mullahs' regime.

 

 

 

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: 

Iran defence minister forced to leave Bolivia
Iran rebuffs UN atom body on military-linked queries
Camp Ashraf - Iraq Preparing New Assault on Iranian Opposition
Iranian activist's death due to 'reprehensible actions' of security forces
Iran defence minister forced to leave Bolivia over 1994 Argentina bombing
The Telegraph
Iran's defence minister was forced to leave Bolivia during a diplomatic trip after Argentina demanded his arrest in connection with the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish centre in Buenos Aires. Read On...
Iran rebuffs UN atom body on military-linked queries
Reuters

Iran has rebuffed a request by the U.N. nuclear chief for prompt cooperation with a probe into possible military aspects of Tehran's atomic activities, in a defiant letter underlining increasingly strained ties. Read On...

 

Also:  IAEA Seen Preparing to Toughen Iran Stance

Camp Ashraf - Iraq Preparing New Assault on Iranian Opposition
Stop Fundamentalism
Iraqi forces present at the Iranian refugee campground Ashraf, in Iraq show new suspicious activities, opening 10 passageways in fences surrounding the camp preparing for a possible new assault, said the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in a statement today.  Read On...
Iranian activist's death due to 'reprehensible actions' of security forces
The Washington Post

The State Department is condemning the death of an Iranian activist during her father's funeral, saying the death was the result of "reprehensible actions" by Iranian security forces.  Read On...

 

Also: U.S. demands answers in death of Iranian dissident

Other Suggested Readings:

 

Maryam Rajavi strongly condemns murder of political prisoner Hale Sahabi  

Father of hanged political prisoners writes to Ban Ki-moon 

What can U.S. sanctions on Iran do?

Obama must support Iranian democracy movement  

VP European Union: Camp Ashraf displacement, a Call for Catastrophe 

Ahmadinejad vs Khamenei vs the will of the people 

Watchdog Finds Evidence That Iran Worked on Nuclear Triggers 

Avert a humanitarian catastrophe Mr President 

Catherine Ashton Calls for a Camp Ashraf Resolution 

British MPs, Peers urge UN protection for Camp Ashraf residents 

Amnesty International Report 

Execution of Two political prisoners in Isfahan 

Lawsuit Reveals Iran's Direct Involvement in 9/11 Plot

  
Thank you for your reading Iran Update. We welcome your comments. 
 

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Maryam Rajavi strongly condemns murder of political prisoner Hale Sahabi
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