This is an interview with Babak Safa, one of the hunger strikers in Camp Liberty. This is the second time he’s on hunger strike, the first time being in 2009, after the attack of Iraqi forces against Camp Ashraf and the abduction of 36 residents. He has now been on hunger strike for 90 days.
What is your name and where did you live before coming to Ashraf?
My name is Babak Safa and I use to live in Canada with my family before coming to Ashraf. Continue reading →
Maliki’s representative’s ignominious fabrications, escaping consequences of crime against humanity in Ashraf and preparing ground for a greater atrocity Iranian Resistance’s renewed call for independent investigation by United Nations into the September 1 massacre
On Tuesday, November 26, Haidar al-Akailli, a member of the so-called Maliki’s investigative committee into the September 1 massacre, in a series of brazen lies attempted to ward off the international abhorrence and escalating condemnations as well as international calls for the release of seven hostages and the bringing to justice of the perpetrators and masterminds of this atrocity and to pave the way for future crimes. Quoting Akailli who belongs to the so-called Ministry of Human Rights of Maliki, Reuters writes: Continue reading →
Yesterday, at 5:30 pm Ms. Zahra Khademi began suffering from severe headaches and convulsion, and she was urgently transferred to the Iraqi clinic in Liberty. During the 45 minutes that she was under the Iraqi physicians’ supervision in the clinic her conditions did not improve and her headaches and convulsion became more severe. Therefore, the physicians sent her as an emergency case to a hospital in Baghdad.
By Touba Bozorgmehr, hunger striker in Camp Liberty
Today marks the 87th day of our hunger strike here in Camp Liberty and our colleagues in numerous cities across the globe. Although 87 days is a very long time, and the health conditions of many of the hunger strikers are deteriorating, the last issue on our mind is time because we have pledged to continue this path until the release of the seven Ashrafi hostages. Continue reading →
On the verge of thirteenth week of hunger strike many hunger strikers in Camp Liberty are in critical condition.
The hunger strike of PMOI members in Camp Liberty enters its thirteenth week. Release of the seven Ashraf hostages who were taken hostage on September 1 by forces under Maliki’s command is on top of the list of demands of the hunger strikers in Camp Liberty and in other countries.
This video report shows the hunger strikers’ health conditions in Camp Liberty.
On Saturday, November 23, the hunger strike of PMOI members in Camp Liberty enters its thirteenth week. Release of the seven Ashraf hostages who were taken hostage on September 1 by forces under Maliki’s command is on top of the list of demands of the hunger strikers in Camp Liberty and in other countries.
On Friday, November 22, many of the hunger strikers were in serious and critical condition: Continue reading →
The September 1 attack on Ashraf, the murder of 52 people, and the abduction of six others, including six women, has turned into a serious international issue. Unfortunately, due to political motives, the United States is inclined to believe and repeat the ridiculous claims of the Iraqi government pertaining to not having taken part in this crime. On November 13, in the hearing of the US Congress Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. McGurk – who represented the State Department – said, “In that attack there was no fore knowledge from the highest levels of the Iraqi government.”