Volume: 1 - Issue:  21503 February 2012
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).  You can see ISDCI's latest events on our website at: International Conferences 

Portraying an unrealistic and distorted picture of the prison

On Tuesday night, January 31, the public relations office of UNAMI in Baghdad issued a statement about the readiness of Camp Liberty for the transfer of Ashraf residents. Read On... 

UN Approved Forced Eviction-Displacement of Ashraf Residents
Stop Fundamentalism

Relocation of 3400 Ashraf residents to a half square kilometer compound, surrounded by high walls and guarded by Iraqi forces, is in fact a forcible eviction and displacement. Read On... 

Reckless Decisions by UNAMI's Chief on Camp Ashraf
The Sacramento Bee

Mr. Kobler should not become a part and parcel of a despicable joint Iranian-Iraqi "working plan" aimed at dismantling Iran's principal organized opposition. Read On... 

Iran stonewalls U.N. nuclear watchdog on site-diplomats

Iran's apparent reluctance to let U.N. inspectors visit a military site near Tehran underlines the uphill task they face in getting the Islamic state to address suspicions it may be seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Read On... 

Iran could have fuel for bomb before US election
The Christian Science Monitor

Iran could have 85 kg of low-enriched uranium by June, the report says. If Iran is willing to take a 'break-out' step, that quantity could be converted into enough weapons-grade uranium to fuel a nuclear bomb by late August. Read On... 

Khamenei: Iran will help anyone confront Israel
The Guardian

Supreme leader affirms Iran has helped militant groups attack Israel before and will continue nuclear program. Read On... 

US fears Iran's links to Al Qaeda
Fox News

U.S. officials say they believe Iran recently gave new freedoms to as many as five top Al Qaeda operatives. Read On... 

Major Currency Speculators Could Face Death Penalty

In a sign that the economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. and those announced by the European Union are squeezing Iran, the chief of Iran's judiciary warned that major currency speculators could face the death penalty. Read On... 

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


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