Volume: 1 - Issue:  15012 August 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update



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

International Conference in Geneva: Call on United Nations and pertinent bodies for urgent action to prevent another Srebrenica in Ashraf

On Wednesday, August 10, in an international conference in Geneva, legislatures, political figures and jurists from Europe and the United States, together with human rights specialists and scholars of international law, while expressing concern for occurrence of another Srebrenica in Ashraf, called on the United Nations and relevant bodies to adopt urgent measures to protect Ashraf residents. By presenting political arguments and well-founded legal opinions, they declared that Ashraf residents are political refugees and that the High Commissioner for Refugees is obliged to immediately reaffirm their collective status as political refugees to thwart another lethal attack by the Iraqi forces on this camp. Read On...

UK riots: UN told to step in... by Iran
Metro Online

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called for the United Nations to take action against Britain over this week's rioting. Read On... 

The "Terror Lobby" List: A Response
Huffington Post

It is mindboggling to believe that one could imply that these prominent individuals are villains when they, more than most Americans, understand that Iran is the world's most active supporter of terrorism and the MEK is dedicated to unhinging Iran's repressive regime through free elections in which it can participate.  Read On... 

Irony Of Promise And Action
Official Wire

New York Times quoted Ambassador Lawrence E. Butler, the American diplomat, as saying, "The Americans have offered a plan in which the group's members would vacate this camp, which during Mr. Hussein's tenure served as a military base, and relocate to another site in Iraq, where they would disband, an essential step before the United Nations would recognize the members as refugees. To the outside world, you look like a paramilitary organization."  Read On... 

Keep Tehran in Check
The Hill

Cries for democracy, human rights and dignity are ringing loud throughout the Middle East and we hear their voices loud and clear. Read On... 

U.S. Officials vs. Mullahs Apologists
Scoop Independent News

Tehran lobbies are at work to discourage support of many former American officials of the MEK in their humanitarian quest to save Camp Ashraf residents from massacre.  Read On... 

Other Suggested Readings:

Ambassador Butler, You Are on the Wrong Side!  

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


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