Volume: 1 - Issue:  415
30 July 2013
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 

Fornmer U.N. official accused UN SRSG of covering up human rights abuses is seeking help in Washington for the Iranian exiles Warning: Pending Attacks on Camp Liberty in Coming Days
Iranian Opposition Warns of Pending Attacks in Next Days on Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where MEK Members are Currently Residing. Council of Resistance of Iran announced that it has received reports from inside Iran, indicating that Hassan Danaifar, clerical regime's ambassador to Baghdad, has ordered Iraqi groups affiliated with the Iranian regime to again rocket attacks on Camp Liberty during the holy month of Ramadan...Read On
Iran's support for the Syrian regime in a civil war Embassy Row: Sounding an alarm on Iran's support for Syria
 Washington Times
Iran has sent "cash, goods, arms and foreign fighters" to help Syrian President Bashar Assad retain power, said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, chairwoman of the Middle East and North Africa subcommittee. "This conflict has brought the entire region to the precipice of utter chaos, and directly threatens the United States, our national security interests and our allies."...Read On
US Iran sanctions U.S. House set to vote on tough Iran sanctions bill this week
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives are due to vote on a tough Iran sanctions bill this week that seeks to squeeze the Islamic Republic's oil exports to a trickle...Read On
Renault May Scale Back in Iran
Wall Street Journal
A spokeswoman for Renault said the company's commercial transactions in Iran "are slowing down, and we don't have any visibility for the future." Renault said recently it "is taking appropriate measures necessary to address the scope" of the new U.S. sanctions and their impact on its Iranian operations...Read On
Iran: Power struggle intensifies between the clerical regime's factions
Sadegh Larijani, head of the regime's Judiciary, in a reference to Rouhani and his Cabinet, threatened, "All officials and stakeholders must walk in the original path of revolution and Islam in their political direction, and not to go the wrong way, otherwise the Iranian people will not let them do that". ..Read On
  Iran: Lessons learned

Like communism, radical Islam will not go away by itself. It is in the interest of the West, and the United States in particular, to help the populations of the Middle East to build alternative solutions. Passive observation of events in the hope that everything will turn out all right is likely to create other theocratic republics and, if Iran is allowed to go nuclear...  Read On...

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