Volume: 1 - Issue:  26025 May 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 

Embassy Row (2nd Subheading): COMPLAINT TO CLINTON
The Washington Times

In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the senior Democrat on the panel expressed frustration with the Obama administration's delay in resettling Iranian dissidents in Iraq. Read On... 

Iran's "Great Game" in Afghanistan

With most foreign combat troops set to withdraw from Afghanistan by 2014, Iran is using the media in the war-ravaged nation to gain influence, a worrying issue for Washington. Read On... 

Former U.S. Attorney General for Regime Change in Iran
The Algemeiner

Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey said the "ideal solution" to the Iranian nuclear threat is "regime change in Iran, [which] can certainly be a U.S. policy." Read On...

Bahrain Parliament Condemns Human Rights Violations in Camps Ashraf and Liberty
Bahrain News Agency

The Representatives Council has condemned in the strongest terms the Iraqi regime's serious violations of human rights at Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty, as a result of the pressure and blatant interference of the Iranian regime. Read On... 

Iran may prepare to boost nuclear work

A U.N. watchdog report is expected to show that Iran has installed more uranium enrichment centrifuges at an underground site, potentially boosting the output capacity of nuclear work major powers want it to stop, Western diplomatic sources say. Read On... 

Jerusalem, Tehran and Washington

A third option involves regime change from within Iran, of the kind to make less likely pursuit of nuclear weapons capability. Read On... 

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


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