Volume: 1 - Issue:  18516 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). 

U.S. Senators voice serious concern for Camp Ashraf residents, warn Iraq
U.S. Senators voice serious concern for Camp Ashraf residents, warn Iraq
In a hearing in the U.S. Senate on Nov 15, attended by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey, senators expressed serious concern for the fate of the residents of Ashraf once the Dec 31 deadline and the withdrawal of the U.S. forces comes about. Read On... 
Don't abandon Iran opposition
The Boston herald

The just-released International Atomic Energy Agency report on the Iranian nuclear weapons program should be the final warning to the West: Iran must be dealt with now. Read On... 

Sarajavo-style siege at refugee camp in Iraq
The Independent

Who remembers the siege of Sarajevo? Today's world leaders might have forgotten the early 1990s and the four-year encirclement of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Serbian forces. Read On... 

Let Opposition Groups Do the Hindering

"All options are on the table!" This phrase epitomizes strategic ambiguity and should continue to guide U.S. policy toward Iran. But what does the expression mean? Read On... 

Tensions Mounting for Iranian Exiles Fearful of Another Massacre
The Epoch Times

The Maliki government of Iraq has stated it wants Camp Ashraf closed and the refugees deported by the end of the year. The Ashraf residents fear that they will be sent back to Iran, where they were an opposition group, and could be executed. Read On... 

How to Spook the Islamists in Iran
The American Thinker

A few weeks ago, news broke of an Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States in a Hezbollah-like operation run by Qods Force operatives. Read On... 

Iran denounces U.N. assembly draft on plot allegation

Iran on Wednesday denounced a draft U.N. General Assembly resolution condemning an alleged plot to kill Saudi Arabia's envoy to the United States and urging Iran to obey the law. Read On... 

It's time to act on Iran's nuclear threat
The Kansas City Star

Since the Nov. 8, 2011, release of the International Atomic Energy Agency's latest report about Iran's nuclear program, Tehran has waged an all-out campaign to dismiss the IAEA's findings, while implicitly threatening the world with a terrorist response. Read On... 

Back the Iranian opposition
The Baltimore Sun

Stop calling MEK a terrorist group and let Iranians transform their own country. Read On... 

Other Readings:

Can West Avoid War with Iran?

IAEA report on Iran poses challenges for United States

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 


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