Volume: 1 - Issue:  13813 Jully 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update



Since 8 April and the Iraqi assault on Camp Ashraf, situated in Diyala province of Iraq, and following international condemnation of the attack,  Nouri al-Maliki has been trying to make believe that these attacks occur because the Iraqi people living in the vicinities of Ashraf, don't like them and want them removed.

On the contrary as it seems, not only people of Diyala have no such animosities against the people of Ashraf, but they support the cause and are close friends of residents of Ashraf.

Last week, in July 2011 over 525,000 Iraqis, resident in Deyala province signed a declaration extending their support for the residents of Camp Ashraf and condemned the violation of their rights by the Maliki government.

Please read below the full story.


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

525,000 in Iraq - Diyala Province sign Declaration Condemning Massacre at Ashraf, urge UN Protection for Residents

They declared that the presence of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Iraq and in Ashraf is in line with the national interests of Iraq. They also described pressures imposed on the residents of Ashraf, as they relate to either expulsion from Iraq or displacement inside Iraq, as measures that would serve the interests of the religious fascism ruling Iran, which is the enemy of both nations. Read On...

Landmark House Hearing Probes Massacre at Camp Ashraf and U.S. Responsibility, Urges De-listing of MEK
Landmark House Hearing Probes Massacre at Camp Ashraf and U.S. Responsibility, Urges De-listing of MEK

Landmark House Hearing Probes Massacre at Camp Ashraf and U.S. Responsibility, Urges De-listing of MEK

A landmark hearing, entitled "Massacre at Camp Ashraf: Implications for U.S. Policy," was held by the Oversight and Investigation Sub-Committee of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Read On...
Iranian Opposition Group Worries for Its Safety
The Ephoch Times
A congressional hearing was held July 7 to get the facts of what appears to be the murder of unarmed, innocent refugees. Read On...
Iran threatens to attack Iraq-based Kurdish rebels
Iran threatened Monday to take military action against the Iraq-based Kurdish rebel group PJAK, saying the head of Iraq's Kurdistan region had handed the group land without telling the government in Baghdad.  Read On...
10,000 Revolutionary Guards cross the Iraqi border, force Kurdish villagers out of their homes, build military posts and roads
Following resumption of shelling of Iraqi Kurdistan by mullahs' regime and the al-Arabia Television's report about the border crossing and invasion by the Revolutionary Guards into the Iraqi territory, Iraqi media reported that 10,000 Iranian regime's armed forces crossed the international borders and forced the people in Iraq's northern villages to leave their homes.  Read On...

Other Suggested Readings:


Is Camp Ashraf a Srebrenica for U.S.? 

Halt Iraq's Brutal Crackdown on Iran Resistance at Camp Ashraf 

Michael Rubin and the Mujahedeen-e Khalq 

USCCAR Strongly Condemns Ambassador Jeffrey's Demand that Iran's Main Opposition Disband

US gives Iranian Opposition Choice: Die or Commit Suicide

Ros-Lehtinen Disappointed by UN Embrace of Iranian Anti-Terrorism Conference  

Why we should back the Persian Spring 

Tens of Thousands Rally -  Call for Ashraf Potection  

Obama must tackle Iraq's new dictator

Joint Iran-Iraq Committee is to Massacre Ashraf Residents 

The Future of Iran's Freedom Movement  


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