Volume: 1 - Issue:  27120 June 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 

EuropeIraqi colonel denied entry to EU Parliament

A member of an Iraqi government delegation was denied entry to the European Parliament on Tuesday because he's accused of participating in the killing of Iranian exiles who live in an enclave of Iraq. Read On... 

European Parliament rejects Iraqi official's entry to Parliament for role in two Camp Ashraf massacres

The monthly meeting of the Delegation for Relations with Iraq in the European Parliament, chaired by MEP Struan Stevenson, was held this morning. A large number of Iraqi Government officials from Baghdad were present, some from a special committee within Prime Minister Maliki's office, responsible for Camp Ashraf. Read On... 

UN responsibility to protect the Iranian asylum seekers in Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty
ISDCI/Human Rights Council

The Secretary-General has received the following written statement which is circulated in accordance with Economic and Social Council resolution 1996/31. Read On... 

Iran nuclear talks yield only one agreement: Let's meet again
The Christian Science Monitor

Absent from the five marathon sessions in Moscow over Iran's nuclear program were any new incentives, from either side, to signal that compromise is imminent or even possible. Read On... 

Iran talks fail - will Obama admit it?
The Washington Times

The New York Times reports: "Scrambling to avert failure in the talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program, diplomats for Iran and six world powers agreed on Tuesday to extend the negotiation's life by holding a round of lower-level meetings next month, despite little visible progress toward a compromise and clear frustration and mistrust on both sides." This is ludicrous. The talks have failed.  Read On... 

U.K. blasts Iran's human rights record

The British government expressed deep concern over Iran's decision to resentence a human rights lawyer to more than a decade behind in prison. Read On... 

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


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