Iran: Without Unrestricted International Inspections, any Agreement is Meaningless

In a couple of days, the June 30 deadline for an agreement on the Iranian nuclear program expires. Iran’s systematic effort to obtain the capacity for nuclear weapons is one of the main concerns of the international community. The world’s most dangerous means of mass destruction in the hands of the world’s most dangerous terrorist state, whose regional meddling has reached Iraq, Syria and Yemen, would be a nightmare for global peace and security. The mullahs’ regime came to the negotiation table under pressure of international sanctions. Unjustified concessions to the regime and the weak...
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Iran: Khamenei opposes inspections of military sites and interviews with nuclear experts

Implementation of UN resolutions and unrestricted inspections are preconditions for lifting sanctions Recent remarks by Iranian supreme leader Khamenei once again revealed his intention to acquire the nuclear bomb and demonstrated that absent a firm approach on part of the international community and in particular the United States, this regime will do its outmost effort to use the negotiations to advance its nuclear projects. In his remarks on 20 May Khamenei stated: “We shall not allow any military site to be inspected by foreigners. They say that they should come and interview our ...
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United Nations (Geneva) – Call for end of public executions in Iran

On Thursday 12 March, Dr Alejo Vidal-Quadras, President of the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) and former Vice-President of European Parliament (1999-2014) was the key-note speaker in a conference held at Palais de Nations, the UN Headquarters in Geneva, on the deteriorating situation of human rights in Iran. In his speech, Vidal-Quadras said: “Iran, under the so called moderate Rouhani, has executed many more prisoners thanAhmadinejad during the same period. In fact, it is number one in the world for the highest number of executions percapita with 1300 or 1400 executions...
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Press release – 9 January 2015

Camp Liberty - Iraq: Following serious terrorist threats by Qods Force and the extremely slow resettlement of the residents, their personal protection weapons should be returned for self defence. The defenceless 2500 Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty near Baghdad airport from the PMOI-MEK face a grave and imperative threat. The Iranian regime’s interventions in Iraq grow by the day and its terrorist affiliated militias have escalated their threats against the Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty. The record of the past three years shows no prospect for a swift resettlement of these residents. Th...
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Press Release – 26 November 2014

​ISJ: Strongly Condemns remarks by Iraqi Minister against Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty; Expresses concern of comments attributed to the UN Envoy.  Iraqi “Human Rights Minister” Mohammad Mahdi al-Bayati said on 24 November 2014 in a meeting with Mrs. Jane Holl-Lute, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on Resettlement of Liberty Residents, “The PMOI lack refugee status and their stay in Iraq is illegal because they supported the former dictatorial regime in the most hideous crimes against the Iraqi people.”  On 16 November, in a meeting with Mr. György Busztin, UN Deputy Specia...
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