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New report shows Iran regime's deceit tactics in nuclear talks

Alireza Jafarzadeh, the NCRI-US Deputy Director, unveils on June 25 2015 a major report on the Iranian regime's deceit tactics and strategies in nuclear negotiations with the world powers.

NCRI - The National Council of Resistance of Iran unveiled on Thursday a major report on the Iranian regime's deceit tactics and strategies in nuclear negotiations with the world powers.

The unique report, unveiled by the NCRI's US Representative Office in Washington, reviewed Tehran’s 12 years of negotiations with the EU3 and P5+1. Alireza Jafarzadeh, the NCRI-US Deputy Director, carried out the online briefing.

Patrick J. Kennedy: Iranian society is brimming with calls for regime change

Former US Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy has written in Thursday's edition of The Hill in support of international recognition for the Iranian Resistance.

"On June 13, Iranians supporting the main opposition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), held a major convention in Paris to support democratic change in their homeland. The massive rally drew as many as 100,000 Iranian exiles and hundreds of international political personalities, including dozens of distinguished former US officials from both sides of the aisle," Mr. Kennedy wrote. "Tehran’s lobby abroad spends millions of dollars in an effort to demonize the group internationally and prevent it from receiving political support in western capitals."

Iraqi committee prevents Camp Liberty connection to national electricity grid

On Tuesday, June 23, Sadeq Mohammed Kadhim, a representative of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress members of the Iranian opposition residing in Camp Liberty, prevented entry of people from an electric company to the camp for signing a contract to connect the camp to the national electricity grid.

This is despite the fact that the representatives of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and the police station in the camp had both been informed in advance of the arrival of the electric company staff.

Ed Royce: Obama making dangerous concessions to Iran regime in nuke deal

 Rep. Ed Royce, Chairman of the US House Foreign Affairs Committee

The Obama Administration is making too many concessions in the ongoing nuclear talks with the Iranian regime, Rep. Ed Royce, Chairman of the US House Foreign Affairs Committee, said in a statement on Wednesday.

"The Obama Administration is dropping its bottom-line by the day," Royce said. "These continued concessions only emboldened Iran’s leaders to press for more."

The following is the full text of his statement on the committee website:

Chairman Royce Comments on Dangerous Iran Negotiation Developments

Iraq: Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty deprived of basic needs in Ramadan

NCRI - Iraqi forces stationed in Camp Liberty, which houses thousands of members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Iraq, Tuesday (June 23) continued refusing to allow delivery of basic necessities purchased by the residents which have been held at the camp entrance since last week.

Preventing entry of items that include ventilators and parts for repairing and maintenance of water and electricity systems has alshlready created much problem for the residents living in temporarily metal trailer units in the hot summer weather conditions.

Struan Stevenson: Iran nuke deal could have fatal consequences for world peace

Struan Stevenson

With the deadline for signing an international nuclear deal with the Iranian regime looming on June 30, there is increasing frustration that US President Barack Obama seems to be committing to too many concessions and weakening the West's approach to the regime, former senior European lawmaker Struan Stevenson says.

"Obama has conceded that Iran's expanding ballistic missile programme should be left out of any nuclear deal, despite the fact that they now have missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads and striking targets in Israel, Saudi Arabia or even Europe," Mr. Stevenson, a former President of the European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq, wrote on Thursday for United Press International (UPI).

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