Volume: 1 - Issue:  28020 July 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 

A Humanitarian Crisis That Can Be Solved
The Patriot Post

For a group of 4,000 Iranian refugees currently living in Iraq, a United Nations report this week could prove crucial in determining whether they will live as virtual prisoners in the desert or be able to build new lives in freedom elsewhere. Read On... 

U.N. should press Iraq on Ashraf and Liberty

Many eyes will be focused on the U.N. Security Council this week when it hears a report from the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Iraq Martin Kobler. Read On... 

Intelligence panel chairman implicates Iran in bombing, says Israel could retaliate
Fox News

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, in an interview with Fox News, implicated Iran in the bombing of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria and said the U.S. should take Israel at its word that they will retaliate.  Read On... 

Iran steps up crackdown against its Arab minority
The Guardian

Iran has stepped up its crackdown against its Arab minority with mass arrests of activists and death sentences passed in closed-door courts. Read On... 

U.S. Says Iran Plans to Disrupt Oil TradeHeadline
The Wall Street Journal

U.S. government officials, citing new intelligence, said Iran has developed plans to disrupt international oil trade, including through attacks on oil platforms and tankers. Read On... 

Treasury Warns of 'Deceptive Practices' by Iran Shipping
The Wall Street Journal

The U.S. Treasury Department issued an advisory on Thursday to the maritime industry that Iran's shipping lines might be operating ships without registration. Read On... 

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


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