Volume: 2 - Issue:  12506 June 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update

Greetings!

 

Realizing the true nature of the Iranian regime's nuclear program which in fact is a weapons program is not "warmongering".  It is being responsible.

 

The Iranian regime as a state sponsor of terrorism and a violator of human rights is the worst possible candidate to have nuclear weapons capability.

 

Nowadays it is no longer just the Iranian dissidents who are telling the world about mullahs bomb making efforts.  Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN's atomic watchdog agency is now openly voicing his concerns about Iran's nuclear ambitions. Indeed, the Iranian inforamtion provided by the opposition, the People's Mojahedin Oragnisation of Iran has been proved. But we have already lost a great deal of time. It is time to recognize the great contribution by the Iranian opposition to peace. It is also time to act.

 

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: 

UN Nails Iran and Syria
New data suggests Iran military link
Foreign Office confirms Iranian support for Syria
'Deep concerns' at Syria's Internet cut
UN Nails Iran and Syria
Front Page Magazine
The IAEA says it has notified Iran that it has reason to believe its nuclear program has "possible military dimensions," a phrase used to describe nuclear weapons.  Read On...
New data suggests Iran military link - U.N. atom chief
Reuters
The U.N. atomic watchdog has received further information regarding activities that "seem to point to the existence" of possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear programme, the agency's head said on Monday. Read On...
Foreign Office confirms Iranian support for Syria
The Telegraph

Iran is helping the Syrian regime in its crackdown on pro-democracy protests, according to British intelligence reports revealed to The Daily Telegraph. Read On...

'Deep concerns' at Syria's Internet cut 
AFP
"We condemn any effort to suppress the Syrian people's exercise of their rights to free expression, assembly, and association," Hillary Clinton said.  Read On...

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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Sincerely,

ISDCI News Group

Maryam Rajavi strongly condemns murder of political prisoner Hale Sahabi
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