Intelligence forces affiliated to the Iraqi Prime Ministry are interfering in the residents’ medical affairs and are depriving them of medical services. Preventing the patients from going to hospitals and depriving them of access to medical services is an inhumane act. In order to legitimize this act, the Iraqi Intelligence Forces are resorting to various pretexts. One of the most significant pretexts is the issue of ID cards. Recently, Iraqi forces under the pretext that the patients do not have protected ID cards, which were issued by US Forces in 2004, are preventing the patients from going to hospitals. This means people who don’t have ID cards won’t be permitted to go to hospitals. Continue reading
I’d like to draw your attention to a shocking report about the suppression of women in Iran under Rouhani’s rule. This report, given by the NCRI women’s committee, is an appeal to save the life of an innocent young women who faces the threat of execution.
The Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran calls on all international bodies and human rights organizations, especially the UN Special Rapporteur on Extra-judicial, Summary or Arbitrary executions and the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, as well as the bodies defending women’s rights, to take urgent action to have the death sentence of Ms. Rayhaneh Jabbari revoked. Continue reading
The US was also to blame for exposing the camp’s residents to ‘violence, death and injury’, and for failing to prevent the massacre of 52 refugees in Camp Ashraf in September last year, he told a gathering at the US Senate. Continue reading
The United Nations must send blue helmet peace-keeping troops to Camp Liberty to protect Irnanian opposition members from attack, the Canadian Friends of a Democratic Iran have urged.
The demand comes after recent remarks from Iraq’s Justice Minister Hassan Shammari, who called for the camp’s Iranian dissidents to be extradited to Iran, in ‘flagrant breach’ of international law guaranteeing the rights of asylum seekers.
Statement issued by Baroness Turner of Camden
More than 110 members of both Houses of Parliament supported a statement about the Iranian women’s struggle for freedom and gender equality. The statement also pressed for assurances on safety, security and well being of 1000 brave women at Camp Liberty who are facing serious threats by Iraqi armed forces at the behest of the Iranian regime.
While honoring the International Women’s Day, our hearts bleed for the Iranian women who have been the prime victims of the ruling religious dictatorship for more than three decades. On March 8, the International Women’s Day, 80 women were arrested in the streets of Tehran. A few days prior to that a 26-year-old woman was hanged in the city of Isfahan leaving behind her 8-year-old daughter.
Originally posted on Breitbart
by MAJEED MOHADES
Desperate to find a way out of the political and economic crises that surround it, the Iranian regime finally gave in to nuclear talks with the P5+1 in Geneva. The economic crisis in Iran has raised the potential of a popular uprising against the ruling mullahs by the Iranian people and their organised resistance to an explosive level, and has set the regime on the road to its downfall.
One example of the social dissatisfaction was the protests recently held by the Bakhtiari people in southern cities, in which the demonstrators chanted “Death to Khamenei!” and “Death to Rouhani!” and expressed their will to overthrow the ruling regime.
Hassan Rouhani, the regime’s president, is trying to contain the economic crisis in Iran by obtaining sanctions relief at the negotiating table. However, the principle cause of the crisis isn’t the sanctions but the current bankrupt, crippled, collapsed and uncontrollable economy that is the result of three decades of religious dictatorship by the mullahs in Iran.
Over 2.5 million citizens from 18 Arab countries signed statements calling for the safety and security of Iranian opposition members in Iraq. They strongly condemned Iranian regime’s meddling in Arab countries that have continued non-stop under Rouhani’s presidency.
The statement was announced on March 17, 2014, by Lawyers Union for Democratic and Legal Studies in a press conference held in Cairo.
Shadi Talat president of The Lawyers Union for Democratic and Legal Studies, Egyptian MP Atefe Mikhalif, Dr. Waleed Farhat head of the Association of Egyptian Lawyers in Defense of Ashraf Residents, and Mrs. Jaylan Jaber Egyptian writer, also delivered speeches in this press conference. Continue reading