Volume: 1 - Issue:  32303 November 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 

Judgment time
The Economist

FOLLOWING a harrowing three-day hearing at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the Iran Tribunal delivered its interim judgment on October 27th. According to the tribunal, which has no legal standing, the Islamic Republic of Iran committed crimes against humanity and gross violations of human rights against its citizens during "the bloody decade" of 1980s.  Read On... 

'Persian Spring' to herald a 'Peace Harvest'?

As presidential election approaches in the United States, the potential threat from Iran still has to be the most important foreign affairs issue for both candidates. Read On... 

Time has come to turn the page on West's policy towards Iran

In a couple of weeks the US elections be over and the presidency will be decided, yet America will be no closer to a final solution to the Iranian nuclear crisis.  Read On... 

Iran's Canadian assets frozen over $13M U.S. terrorism payout
National Post

An Ontario judge has issued a restraining order against Iran's property in Canada - including its embassy in Ottawa and a former cultural centre in Toronto - as the family of an American woman killed in a terrorist attack tries to collect a $13-million judgment by a U.S. court from a wrongful death claim against Iran's security agency. Read On... 

Iran marks anniversary of US embassy attack
The Washington Post

As Iranians marked the 33rd anniversary of the seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, a commander of the powerful Revolutionary Guard on Friday offered a pot of gold to anyone who could prove that America is not "the most criminal regime on earth." Read On... 

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