Volume: 1 - Issue:  24418 April 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 

The most powerful weapon Obama can deploy against Iran
Fox News

To believe that the resumption of negotiations in Istanbul could -- or ever will --avert Iranian nuclear breakout and a possible Middle East conflagration, is to believe in the triumph of hope over experience. When it comes to the Mullahs' intentions, however, we believe that the past is best viewed as prologue. Read On... 

Tearing Down Iran's Electronic Curtain
The Wall Street Journal

Three hundred and sixty seconds. That's all it would take for Iranian security services to identify and track an encrypted message sent to a mobile phone somewhere inside Iran, kick in the door, and seize the phone. Read On.. 

Ending Ashraf oppression would 'send strong message' to Iran
Public Service Europe

Today their focus may be on Afghanistan but US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and the rest of the international community should not forget their pledges to the Iranian dissidents in Iraq's Camp Ashraf. Read On... 

Swiss government freezes more Iranian assets
Fox News

The Swiss government has extended its financial sanctions against Iran by freezing the assets of 11 more companies and people but decided not to take any action against Tehran's central bank, officials said Wednesday. Read On... 

Iran Arrests 15 People Accused in Assassination Plot
The New York Times

Iran's state media announced on Wednesday that 15 people, including Iranians and unspecified foreigners, had been arrested in connection with what the country's Intelligence Ministry described as a "Zionist-regime-linked" plot to assassinate one of its "specialists." The report by the state broadcaster IRIB also said Iran's intelligence services had uncovered an Israeli spy base in a neighboring country, without elaborating.  Read On... 

Iran calls on West to lift sanctions over alleged nuclear activities
The Telegraph

Iran has called on the West to look to lifting its sanctions if it wants to quickly resolve the showdown over Tehran's disputed nuclear activities, a prospect swiftly ruled out by Washington. Read On... 

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


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