Volume: 1 - Issue:  16726 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). 

EU names adviser to help resolve Camp Ashraf issue
Jean De Ruyt, a former Belgian ambassador to the EU, will act as an adviser to EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on Camp Ashraf.  Read On... 
Freed US hikers describe harrowing ordeal in Iran
"Many times, too many times, we heard the screams of other prisoners being beaten and there was nothing we could do to help them," Fattal said.  Read On... 
Security Expert: U.S. 'Leading Force' Behind Stuxnet
One year ago, German cyber security expert Ralph Langner announced he had found a computer worm designed to sabotage a nuclear facility in Iran.  Read On... 
Iraqi Journalist's Death Sends a Warning "To Whomever Listens"
Family Security Matters
Mahdi was murdered September 8, the day before the demonstration he helped organize took place. Read On... 
EU joins bid to help end Iraqi Camp Ashraf standoff
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has appointed an advisor to mull over the fate of thousands of outlawed Iranians facing expulsion from a camp in Iraq, their home for 30 years. Read On... 
Blog Posts
Listening to Iran's Baha'i Community
Huffington Post
Baha'is have been subjected to persecution in Iran since the inception of the Faith there. After the 1979 Islamic revolution, the persecution intensified. Read On... 
What Ahmadinejad Didn't Say
Huffington Post
Once again, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has used the United Nations podium to churn out his misinformation and half-truths. And once again, the American media accepted his invitation for a fancy luncheon afterwards, enabling a ruthless murderer to wage his not-so-charm offensive. Apparently, some media outlets just want Ahmadinejad to say something, anything, as long as they get their story. Read On... 
Iran's Seat Does Not Belong to Clerical Rulers
Huffington Post
On Wednesday, September 21, Iran's state-run media announced that the two American hikers held in Iran, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, were being released after more than two years in custody, just in time for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech at the UN the following day. Read On... 

Other Suggested Readings:

My Aunt, the Iranian Heroine

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 


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




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