Volume: 1 - Issue:  28225 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 

Big Commotion for Nothing

On July 22, Mr. Martin Kobler while requesting a meeting with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, wrote: "We are in contact with the Iraqi government on a roadmap to relocate camp Ashraf ".  On the following day, he sent another email under the title of "DRAFT ......  Road map July 23 July".  On July 24 with a big clamor, it was announced that: " The United Nations mission in Iraq today presented a roadmap to the Government suggesting a series of steps to complete the peaceful relocation of Iranian exiles from Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriya".  Mr. Kobler added in his statement : "To facilitate the remaining moves that will lead to the closure of Camp Ashraf, UNAMI called on the residents "to start the preparations for the next move without delay," and asked the Government of Iraq "to be generous when it comes to the humanitarian needs of the residents and to continue to seek a peaceful solution to this issue under any circumstances".  Read On... 

Iran Offers Bachelor's Degree in How to be a Prison Warden
The Telegraph

Iran is to offer university degrees in how to be a prison warden in a move aimed at controlling the country's bulging number of inmates.  Read On... 

Iran threatens cyber-attackers with "teeth-breaking"

The United States will face a "teeth-breaking" response if it continues to carry out cyber attacks against Iran, an Iranian official said on Wednesday. Read On... 

More than 100 British Cross-Party Parliamentarians: Giving Credence to Iraq's Threat to Forcibly Relocate Ashraf Residents is Shameful
The Sacramento Bee/PRNewsWire

On 19th July Mr Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Iraq and head of UNAMI, told the UN Security Council: "The [Iraqi] government's patience is wearing thin. I therefore would like to ... urge Camp Ashraf residents to cooperate with Iraqi authorities and to relocate from Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriyeh (Liberty)". Read On... 

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