Volume: 1 - Issue:  19512 December 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
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In an international conference in Paris on December 10, the dangerous humanitarian situation in Camp Ashraf was discussed and the role of the US, UN and EU to avert a tragedy was underlined. Speakers were particularly concerned about Nouri al-Maliki's meeting with President Obama and expected him to be tough on Maliki and not to trust his words based on past experience for his crimes in Ashraf. 


Please see Excerpts From Speeches here...


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Speech by Brig. Gen. David Phillips on Camp Ashraf
Speech by Brig. Gen. David Phillips on Camp Ashraf
Speech by Brig. General David Phillips

On Saturday December 10 in Paris, on the International Human Rights Day, and on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's meeting with Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki in Washington DC, in a call to President Obama, American and European dignitaries urged annulment of the December 31 deadline on Ashraf and the forcible relocation of its residents inside Iraq, warning of an impending massacre and human catastrophe in Ashraf. Read On... 

Demonstrators Call On Obama To Protect Iranian Dissidents
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Hundreds of protesters gathered Monday outside the White House gates ahead of a meeting here between President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Read On... 

Camp Ashraf in the Media

Please see links below for some more media coverage of Ashraf situation:


Lord Corbet: Ashraf - A Broken US Promise 

Baroness Gibson: Stop Iraq's massacre of Iranian refugees, Mr. President

Tarsem King: Will Obama live up to his Nobel Prize qualifications?

Alan Dershowitz: Solution to Ashraf crisis is in the hands of US President 

Denis G Campbell: 19 Days to Genocide in Camp Ashraf

Embassy Row (Whasington Times - James Morrison) - Saving Camp Ashraf

Abbas Rezai: A "Mass Murderer" Invited to the White House  


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