Volume: 1 - Issue:  18107 November 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). 

Iranian influence seeping into Iraq
Associated Press

Iran's presence is already visible in Iraq, from the droves of pilgrims at Shiite holy sites to the brands of yoghurt and jams on grocery shelves. Read On... 

Paris Conference: US, UN and EU Obligations to Avert Deadly Crisis in Ashraf

By revealing the Iraqi government's obstructions in the peaceful process to resolve the issue of Ashraf, this conference requested the UN Secretary General's urgent intervention and the stationing of a permanent UN monitoring team in Ashraf. Read On... 

A US Pledge of Protection: What Is It Worth?
The Huffington Post

The UN sanctioned US/NATO Libya operation to topple Gaddafi was based on a singular premise: where there is a looming humanitarian catastrophe and the international community has the means to stop it, it should intervene to do so. Read On... 

Rehearsal for a Bloodbath
The Huffington Post

It was at 11 pm on Halloween, 31 October, that Iraqi security forces made their latest menacing incursion into Camp Ashraf. Read On... 

Iranian Authorities Pressuring Jailed Christian Pastor to Convert to Islam
Fox News

Government officials in Iran are trying to convince a jailed pastor to return to Islam as he waits for the nation's supreme leader to decide whether he should be executed for converting to Christianity. Read On... 

54 Days to Save Camp Ashraf Residents
The UK Progressive

Iraq has stated its intention to close and relocate (forcibly, if necessary) Iranian refugee Camp Ashraf by 31 December. Read On... 

Iran nuclear report expected to echo U.S. concerns: White House

The White House said on Monday it expects a U.N. nuclear agency report this week to echo U.S. concerns about the direction of Iran's nuclear program. Read On... 

Rice: Iran's government has 'no legitimacy left'
Associated Press

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the U.S. should consider even tougher penalties against Iran's government and "be doing everything we can to bring it down." Read On... 

Other Readings:

One Thousand Women on the Verge of a Massacre in Camp Ashraf

Video Clip Shows Iraqi Military Move in to Camp Ashraf

After U.S. Forces Exit Iraq Will My Brothers Be Killed?

Who is General Gholam Shakuri?

SHELTON: Ending hypocrisy of terrorist designation

Tehran's foes, unfairly maligned 

US Senator Kerry: 'All options' open on Iran plot 


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




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