Volume: 1 - Issue:  20230 December 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 Exiles in Iraq Ready to Start Relocation
Fox News

The leader of an Iranian dissident group has agreed to start relocating refugees who for years have been living in precarious conditions in an Iraqi camp. Read On... 

U.N. complains to Iraq over attack on dissident camp

The United Nations has complained to Iraq about mortar attacks this week on an Iranian dissident camp near Baghdad and has won a promise that they will be stopped. Read On...

How to Save Iraq From Civil War
The New York Times

IRAQ today stands on the brink of disaster. President Obama kept his campaign pledge to end the war here, but it has not ended the way anyone in Washington wanted. Read On...

Large Bloc of Lawmakers Boycotts Iraqi Parliament
The New York Times

One of the largest and most powerful political groups in Iraq began a boycott of Parliament on Saturday, signaling fresh waves of political dysfunction that threaten to unravel Iraq's year-old governing coalition just days after the formal end to the American military mission here.  Read On... 

U.S. to Sell F-15s to Saudi Arabia
The Wall Street Journal

The Obama administration said it has reached a $30 billion agreement to sell advanced fighter aircraft to Saudi Arabia, part of a broader push by Washington to counter Iranian power. Read On... 

Are U.S., Iran headed for confrontation?
The Oval

Making predictions in an uncertain world is tricky business, but it's not hard to foresee a confrontation between the United States and Iran in the upcoming election year. Read On... 

Iran-US brinkmanship over oil strait worsens

A showdown between Iran and the United States over Tehran's threats to close the strategic Strait of Hormuz to oil tankers worsened Thursday with warships from each side giving weight to an increasingly bellicose exchange of words. Read On... 

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