Volume: 1 - Issue:  440
10 October 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 

Iranian opposition: NCRI reveals regime is moving nuclear research site


The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) says nuclear weaponization research and planning center was being moved to a large, secure site in a Tehran defense ministry complex; accusation comes less than a week before G5+1 nuclear talks in Geneva, Reuters reported on Thursday.

In a news conference in Paris, the NCRI "said on Thursday it had information about what it said was a center for nuclear weapon production.. Read On


Iran 'moving nuclear research centre to hoodwink world'

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An exiled opposition group claimed Thursday that Iran has transferred a research centre leading its alleged attempt to develop nuclear weapons to a new location in order to hoodwink the world... Read On 

Khamenei underlines expansion of nuclear weapons project, calling it 'continuance of accelerated scientific progress' 

Ali Khamenei, the clerical regime's Supreme Leader, said on Wednesday, October 9: "The policy of accelerated scientific progress is Islamic system's deep-seated policy." He described "continuance of accelerated scientific progress" as "the principle element in achieving exalted summits of advancement, might and prosperity"... Read On 

U.S. should make good on its word to Iranian dissidents

Bipartisan consensus is a rare commodity in Washington these days. While Washington is gridlocked on the federal budget dispute between the White House and U.S. Congress, there was consensus by U.S. senators from both sides of the aisle on the U.S. commitment toward Iranian dissidents in Iraq, residents of Camp Ashraf and the need for quick American actions to save the lives of seven exiles who were abducted by the Iraqi government on Sept. 1.. Read On 

European Parliament calls on Iraq to release 7 Iranian hostages abducted from Camp Ashraf

FOFI - European Parlaiment Interparliamentary Group's Statement

This afternoon, 10 October 2013, The European Parliament, in its formal session in Strasbourg, adopted a resolution on "recent violence in Iraq" and strongly condemned "the attack on Camp Ashraf on 1st September 2013 by Iraqi forces which left 52 Iranian refugees dead and the abduction of 7 residents including 6 women who, as stated by High Re.. .. Read On

Maliki's Massacre of Pro-US Iranian Prisoners

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Huffington Post

For Iraq and its Iranian allies to wantonly undertake such a massacre under the very nose of the United Nations personnel assigned to protect them compels an international criminal investigation by the UN and the International Criminal Court...Read On 

Calls on Obama Administration to Hold Iraq Accountable for September 1 Massacre At Camp Ashraf and to Save Seven Abducted Residents

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USCCAR Press Release

The US Committee for Camp Ashraf Residents (USCCAR) deplores the failure by the White House to hold the Iraqi government of Nouri al-Maliki accountable for the September 1 massacre of 52 defenseless residents of Camp Ashraf, members of principal opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)...Read On 


German intel: Iran، Syria signed fighter jet deal

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United Press International

Iran and Syria have a deal allowing Damascus to station its fighter jets in Tehran to keep them safe، a German intelligence report revealed.

Germany`s Der Spiegel magazine Sunday said a classified report by German intelligence revealed the agreement between Tehran and Damascus in November 2012 to allow Syria to station its fighter jets on Iranian soil and gain access to the aircraft when needed...Read On 


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