Volume: 1 - Issue:  14429 Jully 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update



The Wall Street Journal wrote today:


"The U.S. finally acknowledges the terror connection."


In another section you read:


"The Obama Administration has come a long way since the days when it thought it could strike a "grand bargain" with Iran's mullahs, and yesterday's move is another good step. Above all, it's a reminder of why a regime that has no qualms serving as al Qaeda's facilitator can on no account be permitted to build a nuclear bomb."


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

Al Qaeda in Iran
The Wall Street Journal

That there have long been links between al Qaeda and the government of Iran isn't exactly news. Read On...

Congressional Bi-Partisan Panel Demands Prevention of Forced Dispersing of Camp Ashraf in Iraq, Delisting of MEK

A bi-partisan panel of members of U.S. Congress and senior former public officials and national security experts entitled "U.S. Policy, Iran and Camp Ashraf: The View from Congress" pressed on the Administration to ensure protection for Camp Ashraf, home to 3,400 members of the main Iranian opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and remove the MEK from the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO).   Read On...

US military chief nominee warns Iran

WASHINGTON - The nominee to be the next chief of the US military on Tuesday warned Iran not to pursue nuclear weapons or sponsor attacks in Iraq, saying it would be making a "serious miscalculation." Read On... 

Iran shelling of Kurd rebels kills Iraqi boy

ARBIL, Iraq - A 10-year-old Iraqi Kurd has been killed in shelling by Tehran's forces of Iranian Kurdish separatist bases in north Iraq, an official said on Friday. Read On... 

Iran opponents reject US plan to close Camp Ashraf

Iranian exiles Wednesday rejected a US plan to relocate thousands of outlawed regime opponents from Iraq's Camp Ashraf to another Iraqi site pending a transfer to nations willing to accept them.  Read On... 

Other Suggested Readings:

U.S. envoy aids Iran's mullahs

Unanimous Adoption of House Amendment for Ashraf

Who Set Iran's Washington Lobbyist on Fire?

UN chief urges solution to Iranian exiles in Iraq 

The Iranian Mojahedin against moving elsewhere in Iraq

Court of Justice of the European Union

Iranian opposition "executed" in America before trial 

House Hearing Probes Massacre at Camp Ashraf 

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 

US gives Iranian Opposition Choice: Die or Commit Suicide


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




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