Volume: 1 - Issue:  16622 September 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). 

Thousands of Iranians Rally Outside UN HQ
On Thursday, September 22, thousands of Iranian-Americans from across the U.S., held a rally at Dag Hammarskj÷ld Plaza, outside the United Nations. Read On... 
International Conference in Geneva
Urgent Call to UN Secretary General and High Commission for Human Rights and the United States. Read On... 
My Aunt, the Iranian Heroine
The Huffington Post
It was an early Friday morning. I woke up with the sound of the radio in our living room and the worried voice of my father who was trying to get a hold on an important news through the statics that the Iranian regime was throwing in to block the opposition broadcast. I had never seen my parents that distraught and devastated. Read On... 
Will U.N. Chief Ban Ki-Moon Do the Right Thing and Protect Iranian Dissidents?
Fox News

Each September, like clockwork, a bestiary of the world's worst rogues and criminal heads of state arrive at the U.N. building on First Avenue to join in the organization's opening of the 193-member United Nations General Assembly. This season, the winner of the contest for "greatest rogue with diplomatic immunity" is, once again, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Read On... 

At anti-Ahmadinejad rally at UN, ex-envoy says US doing 'almost nothing' to protect Iranians
The Washington Post/AP

Former United Nations ambassador John Bolton said Thursday that the Obama administration is doing "almost nothing" to protect Iranians from the violence of their own regime - as represented at the U.N. by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Read On... 

Getting on the right side of history
The Hill

The Iranian regime has become brazen in its defiance of multiple UN resolutions and continues to thumb its proverbial nose at the entire international community. Read On... 

Free Iran's freedom fighters
New York Daily News

Colonel Martin: As the first colonel to command Camp Ashraf in Iraq, I should like to think I can speak with some authority about this Read On... 

Who's afraid of the Iranian opposition?
American Thinker
The West has spent more than thirty years looking for incentives for compromise with the Islamist regime in Iran. Read On... 

Other Suggested Readings:

The US State Department Positioned on the Wrong Side of History

An Interview With Camp Ashraf Representative

President Obama; MEK Blacklisting Has Justified Murder Of My Daughter, Saba

Ignore Iranian regime's lies on opposition group

US Rally Calls for Protection of Iranian dissidents

How to Tell a Lie - A Big Lie? 

Tom Tancredo: Obama's Iran Appeasement Syndrome

General SHELTON: Unshackle Iran's main opposition 

Moment of truth for Iran 


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