Volume: 1 - Issue:  22427 February 2012
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update



In a conference held in Washington D.C. on February 25, Former US Officials Urge Formation of Commission of Inquiry About Conditions at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where Hundreds of Iranian Dissidents Have Relocated.

Peaceful? Nuclear Activities
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani called for the formation of a commission of inquiry, consisting of a group of prominent former US politicians and law enforcement officials, to visit Camp Liberty, Iraq, where some 400 Iranian dissidents are living, after they were relocated from Camp Ashraf, their home of 25 years.  Read On...


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MPs, Jurists, Military Experts Urge UN Protection for Camp Ashraf Residents
The Huffington Post

At a major event in London's Queen Elizabeth II conference centre on Saturday, attended by 1,000 Anglo-Iranians, senior British jurists and MPs and US military experts called on the United Nations to intervene immediately to save the lives of 3,400 Iranian dissidents at Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty in Iraq. They described Camp Liberty as a prison and called for the 400 Ashraf residents who recently relocated to Liberty to be immediately returned to Camp Ashraf or transferred to third countries by the UN. Read On... 

Alan Dershowitz - Camp Liberty And Need For Independent Inquiry Commission
Stop Fundamentalism

What we need immediately is a commission of inquiry to determine how this fraud was perpetrated. Who certified. who approved that hell hole, that garbage dump?  Who said that it met United Nation's standards? Read On... 

Vipers at Liberty Prison

On the afternoon of Saturday, February 25, near the residents' sleeping trailers at Liberty, several snakes and vipers were seen, two of them captured by the residents. Read On... 

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


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