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July 21, 2015 - Senate Briefing: Experts Discuss Blocking Iran’s Pathways to the Bomb, Stress Need for Congressional Scrutiny to Ensure Enforcement

December 18, 2014 - IACA-MO: U.S. Iran Policy Not Blocking Tehran's Path to the Bomb, Senate Panel says

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A number of leading Senators and national security experts criticized U.S. policy on Iran as dangerously accommodating and having failed to stop Tehran's nuclear weapons program and its support for terrorism in the region.

The briefing, held at the historic Senate Kennedy Caucus Room, featured, Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO), former Senator Joseph Lieberman, Ambassador John Bolton, General Jack Keane, former Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, and former White House Homeland Security adviser Frances Townsend....

August 17, 2014 - Obama's policies prolong life of Iranian regime
- By Kasra Nejat -
Nuclear talks between Iran and the six world powers are in the homestretch as the two sides agreed to an extension of the so-far-fruitless talks for another four months. While U.S. policy in the talks has been directed by the White House, many in Congress, along with independent critics, remain concerned about a deal that might give Iran a long leash not just with respect to its nuclear program but also its human rights violations and threatening regional aspirations...

July 28, 2014 - IACA-MO: Senate Briefing Urges Policy Change on Iraq, Resettement of Camp Liberty Residents to U.S. Press Release
WASHINGTON, July 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Several senior former officials and a U.S. senator strongly condemned the Iranian regime's destructive role in Iraq at a senate briefing at Capitol Hill, entitled "Tumult in Iraq: Maliki's Role and Iran's Nefarious Influence...

July 23, 2014 - Tumult in Iraq: Maliki's Role & Iran's Nefarious Influence
Senate Briefing
Senator Roy Blunt (Missouri), Armed and Appropriations Committees

July 17, 2014 - Bi-Partisan letter to The Honorable John Kerry, Secretary of State, regarding the situation in Iraq and the safety of the Iranian dissidents, members of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), residents at Camp Liberty
Signed by:
Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO)
Senator Carl Levin (D-MI)
Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-IA)
Senator John McCain (R-AZ)

May 13, 2014 - U.S. allies in Iran deserve our help - Ensuring their safety will boost image in world
- By Kasra Nejat -
In the aftermath of U.S. departure from Iraq, dozens of members of Congress, former U.S. officials, including senior diplomats, former national security advisers and chiefs of staff, have repeatedly said the United States still bears the responsibility to protect the lives of more than 3,000 Iranian opposition members in Camp Liberty, Iraq...

March 13, 2014 - United States Senate - Committee on Appropriations - State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs - Subcommittee Hearing - Chairman: Senator Blunt
FY15 Department of State Budget Request - Witness: Secretary of State, John Kerry - Q/A regarding safety of roughly 3000 Iranian dissidents at Camp Liberty Iraq...

October 27, 2013 - Past reveals truth about Rouhani
- By Kasra Nejat -
Hassan Rouhani — the current president of Iran — is a master of political deception. He has the world convinced that he is a "moderate" and that he is different than those who preceded him. Unfortunately for the people of Iran and the Middle East, this is not true....

Senate Briefing Warns of Humanitarian Tragedy in Camp Liberty

Inspection 'deal' is just delay tactic Iran fears U.S. de-listing of 'terrorist organization.'
June 3, 2012 The recent announcement from Baghdad that a nuclear inspection deal between Iran and the United Nations was in the works is being touted as a breakthrough. To many Iranian-Americans, it sounds more like a broken record.

 Senator Roy Blunt Opens Panel Where Senior Former Military, State Department, and Judiciary Officials Slam Claim Iranian Dissident Camp Could Hold Weapons, Call for Delisting the Group
Reuters:WASHINGTON, May 17, 2012

In a Senate briefing, former US Military officials and lawmakers sharply rejected an argument by Justice Department attorney in US federal court of appeals that the delay in making a decision on removing Iran's main opposition group, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) from the U.S. terror list was because the State Department was unsure whether there were any weapons at the Camp Ashraf, Iraq, home to 3,400 members of the group and that the U.S. had not been permitted to search the Camp.

Iran says new US sanctions could affect talks 

AFP: Iran on Tuesday warned that new US sanctions targeting its access to surveillance technology were "negative" and could adversely affect its crucial talks next month with world powers over Tehran's nuclear program

12 Christians in Iran await verdicts after Easter Sunday apostasy trial

Fox News: Twelve Christians stood trial Easter Sunday in Iran, where they were called “apostates” in a courtroom and tried on multiple charges, according to sources close to Iran’s Christian community. 

'Alarming' surge in executions, says Amnesty

BBC: Amnesty International says there was a surge in the number of executions carried out worldwide in 2011, mainly centered in the Middle East.