Volume: 2 - Issue:  21
24 February 2014
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 

Exclusive: Iraq signs deal to buy arms, ammunition from Iran


Iran has signed a deal to sell Iraq arms and ammunition worth $195 million, according to documents seen by Reuters - a move that would break a U.N. embargo on weapons sales by Tehran...Read On

Maryam Rajavi speaks at Oslo conference on human rights in Iran


Call for a firm stance and binding decisions against violation of human rights in Iran and urgent action to ensure the safety and security of the residents of Liberty and necessary arrangements to transfer them to Europe and the U.S...Read On

Amnesty International Ashra Iraq Iran IRAN: STUDENT JAILED AFTER REFUSAL TO SPY

Amnesty International

The charge relates to his refusal to monitor and spy on Iranian students studying in Belgium, where he had been pursuing graduate studies, as requested by the Ministry of Intelligence...Read On

British-Iranian man's kidnap in Dubai: Wife blames UK


Abbas Yazdi is thought to have been kidnapped by Iranian intelligence agents last June after the Serious Fraud Office passed on his private business documents to Iran...Read On

Iran: At least 600 arrested in Bakhtiari protests


More than 600 were arrested during last week's anti-regime protests by members of Iran's Bakhtiari community, according to reports from the southern city of Dezful...Read On

Don't Let Up on Iran

New York times

Successful negotiations between adversaries rest on the confluence of interests and goals. Iran came to the negotiating table because it sought the abrogation of sanctions; we came to the table to reach an agreement that, in the words of President Obama, would "make it impossible" for Iran to develop nuclear weapons. 

Our message to Tehran should be clear: It will not achieve its objectives unless it satisfies ours...Read On

Egypt's Morsi accused of 'leaking security secrets to Iran'

AFP - France 24

Prosecutors on Sunday accused ousted president Mohamed Morsi of leaking state secrets to Iran's Revolutionary Guards, saying the move was intended to destabilise Egypt...Read On

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