Archive: Reports and Open Letters

Protest over Proposed harmonisation of EU Asylum Laws

Date:    28 April 2004 Ref:      96/M/271   Mr Bertie Ahern The Taoiseach and EU President Government Buildings Merron Street Upper Dublin - 2   Protest over Proposed harmonisation of EU Asylum Laws     Return to designated safe third countries. The proposed appeals procedure. Detentions and enforced deportations.   We would like to add our voice of concern and protest over the proposed asylum laws being debated this week.  It is with regret that we

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Protest over Proposed harmonisation of EU Asylum Laws

WHY WE ARE ASYLUM SEEKERS

Ref:      90/M/263 Date:    30 January 2004   The Iranian Asylum Seekers’ Charter “WHY WE ARE ASYLUM SEEKERS”  To: The People in the Four Corners of the World Who are our Hosts The United Nations The European Union The United States To Canada, Australia … In the last twenty five years, since the Islamic Revolution, over four million of Iranians have been dispersed around the world far from home and family. The fact that: what proportion

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WHY WE ARE  ASYLUM SEEKERS

Open letter to President Bush

Ref: 75 / M / 224 Date: April 28, 2002 Dear President Bush The suggested legislation of the US Senate on 18th of April concerning the limitation of US visa for Iranian people and citizens of six other countries has troubled the Iranian community in the US and the rest of the world and raised numerous questions. For Iranians in the first instance there is unreserved sympathy followed by deep respect for the American nation

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Open letter to President Bush

The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic

Ref: 74 / M / 223     Date: 22 April 2002 The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic The UNHCHR toady announced that the mandate for its Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Islamic Republic would not be renewed. By disregarding the European Union's request for censuring the Islamic Republic for its repeated human rights violations, the twenty countries voting in favour of the Islamic Republic also disregarded the

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The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights and the Islamic Republic

State of the Union Address

Ref.: 68 / M / 215 Date: January 30, 2002 To: The White House From: Association of Iranian Researchers Subject: State of the Union Address The remarks made by the President of the United States in the State of the Union Address contained many thought provoking items suggesting the future US policies towards global issues. As expected a major part of the speech addressed US's future policy in relation to the war against international terrorism.

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State of the Union Address

Letter to the British Parliament

Date: Thursday, October 04, 2001 Ref.: 65 / M / 205   The Rt Hon Members of Parliament Following the bloody and tragic events of 11th September, the world has united in addressing issues concerning terrorism. The worldwide condolences and condemnations, the international coalition against global terrorism, urgent trips of various world leaders to the United States of America and the resolution of the UN Security Council are the public signs of this. However, since

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Letter to the British Parliament

USA’s mistake: Second letter to Secretary Powell

Sunday, 30 September 2001 Ref.: 64 / M / 204 To: The Secretary of State Colin L. Powell Dear Secretary Powell The Association des Chercheurs Iraniens after its last letter referenced 59/M/199 dated September 16th would like to reiterate the following points: The United States of America has repeated its mistake of twenty two years ago over the US diplomats hostage crisis negotiations. At that time, President Carter believed that the Islamic President had the power

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USA’s mistake: Second letter to Secretary Powell

Letter to Tony Blair PM: Jack Straw’s visit to Iran

Date: Friday, September 21, 2001 Ref.: 202 / M / 62 Subject: The Foreign Secretary's visit to Tehran   Dear Prime Minster Has long-term economic betterment blinded reason again? The sudden announcement of the Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw's visit to Tehran next week has made us question the real reason behind the trip. Although President Khatami's condemnation of the terrorist attacks of last week and the strengthening of the international coalition against State sponsored Terrorism

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Letter to Tony Blair PM: Jack Straw’s visit to Iran

Open Letter to Colin Powell: International Coalition against Global Terrorism

Date: September 16, 2001 Ref.: 199 / M / 59 To: The Secretary of State Colin L. Powell   Subject: Membership of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the International Coalition to Fight Terrorism Dear Mr. Secretary Following our notice of condemnation of the abhorrent terrorist attacks (198/M/58 - 12.09.01 copy attached) and while reiterating our heart felt condolences to you and the people of United States of America we would like to express our

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Open Letter to Colin Powell: International Coalition against Global Terrorism

Terror in USA

Ref.: 58 M 198 Date: Wednesday, 12 September 2001 Without a doubt, the heinous terrorist attacks in the United States of America will be recorded as one of the most evil events of the twenty first century. We must declare our abhorrence and disgust and honour the memory of the victims who innocently lost their lives. Once again, this recent carnage has demonstrated that we cannot and must not ignore terrorism in the world. To

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Terror in USA