Volume: 1 - Issue:  13022 June 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update

Greetings!

 

The proposal by Iraqi Foreign Minister for formation of a committee involving Iraq, Iran and International Committee of Red Cross with regards to Camp Ashraf and the faith of 3400 Iranian defenseless refugees living there is unacceptable.


It is a disgrace to engage the clerical regime which its only objective is to eliminate residents of Ashraf into any committee which is suppose to find a lasting solution for the situation in Camp Ashraf. 


A possible participation of the ICRC, if true, is appalling and is strongly condemned. The ICRC should unequivocally and publicly reject such proposal which would only be at the service of the Iranian regime and Nouri al-Maliki's government to justify their crimes against residents of Asrhaf. 


The Iranian and Iraqi governments are already responsible for the killing of many residents and are baring any kind of aid or monitoring group to enter the camp.  Just two weeks ago, an American Congressional delegation, headed by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, was prevented to visit the camp to assess the situation there first hand.  Earlier in April a delegation from European Parliament was denied access.


Any plan the two governments devise has one and only one goal and that is to massacre the entire population of the camp in which any international body should refrain from participating.

 

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

Joint Iran-Iraq Committee is to Massacre Ashraf Residents
NCRI
Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the suggestion of the Foreign Minister of Iraq in Tehran for formation of joint committee with the clerical regime on Ashraf and views this as a clear indication of collusion with the mullahs in massacre of People's Mojahedin members.  Read On...
U.S. Says Iran Firm Bypassed Sanctions
The Wall Street Journal
Iran's largest shipping company used a vast network of shell companies to move $60 million. Read On...
Iran hardliners force deputy foreign minister to resign
The Guardian
Iran's newly appointed deputy foreign minister has resigned under pressure from hardliners who view him as part of a movement seeking to weaken the role of Iran's powerful Muslim clerics.  Read On...

Other Suggested Readings:

 

Rally in Support of Opposition Group 

Tens of Thousands of Iranians Demand Protection for Ashraf   

Text of Speech by Maryam Rajvi at the Rally in Villepinte, France 

UN Must Sanction Al-Maliki Over Human Rights Abuses 

Iranian Women Lead the Persian Spring

The Future of Iran's Freedom Movement  

  

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

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Sincerely,

ISDCI News Group

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