{mosimage}The Hill - By David Amess - In the furious debate about Iran, let us not forget that there are lives at stake right now. Those who wish to appease the mullahs in Tehran must not be allowed to forget that thousands of innocent refugees are caught in the crossfire.

By Baroness Turner of Camden

It is time for justice for Iranian dissidents in Iraq. State Department counsel told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that the U.S. government had never had access to Camp Ashraf ... This brazen lie was all the more surprising given that the most qualified people on this very subject were sitting in the courtroom.

{mosimage}Huffington Post - By David Amess
In China, the U.S. risked important negotiations in the cause of human rights for Chen Guangcheng. In Myanmar (Burma), the U.S. rejects business as usual with an oppressive government in the cause of human rights, until Aung San Suu Kyi is allowed her freedom to participate in that country's political system. Yet, when it comes to Iran the U.S. refuses to support a group that is being oppressed.

{mosimage} United Press International - By David Amess
When six world powers met with Iranian officials last week for the first time in 15 months, the talks were hailed in Europe as the first step toward a "negotiated solution" over fears of Tehran's nuclear program.