In an unlawful act, on Wednesday, September 30, Iraqi agents once again prevented entry of repair and maintenance items for Camp Liberty infrastructure. These forces that were carrying out orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Camp Liberty residents that functions under Faleh Fayyad also prevented basic supplies of residents from getting to the camp returning them from the camp’s entrance. Some of these items were stationeries, clothing, nylon table covers, welding electrodes to repair worn out black water tanks, and simple electrical items such as plugs, cables…
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Continue reading Basic supplies, repair and maintenance items blocked from entering Camp Liberty
The committee in charge of suppressing Camp Liberty residents, supervised by Faleh Fayyad, has intensified the blockade of Camp Liberty simultaneous with the transfer to Liberty on September 7 and 10 of a group of agents of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry and the terrorist Quds Force who are disguised as families of residents.
Continue reading Camp Liberty: Intensified medical and logistical blockade, simultaneous with transfer of MOIS agents
The minute the July 14th nuclear accord between the West and Iran was signed in Vienna, the mullahs were rushing their delegations to Moscow to demand the transfer of the advanced S-300 missile system from Russia. Hat’s off to President Obama! This is just the first of many consequences of the “historic” and “landmark” agreement reached with Iran.
Iran’s possession of such a missile defense system will definitely complicate any future strikes that the international community may deem necessary, including strikes against Iran’s nuclear infrastructure in the event that the world comes to realize that Tehran has no intention but cheating on the nuclear deal and rushing for the development of a nuclear weapon.
Continue reading First impact of Iran nuclear accord: growing Iran-Russia cooperation
Supporters of Iran’s principle organized opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, or MEK), in Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne have held a series of gatherings and events to mark the group’s 50th anniversary. The events included photo exhibitions and rallies.
Continue reading Events held in Germany to mark PMOI’s 50th anniversary
This morning, September 7, over twenty hirelings of Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry (MOIS) and the terrorist Quds Force (QF) were transferred to Camp Liberty under the well-known pretext of “residents’ families”. These hirelings were transferred in a minibus by regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Camp Liberty that works under Iraq’s National Security Advisor Faleh Fayyad.
Continue reading Iraq: Iranian QF agents transferred to Camp Liberty under cover of family members
Call for putting an end to violations of the MoU that the US and the EU had supported and guaranteed
On Thursday, August 20, 2015, Iraqi forces associated with the governmental committee tasked to suppress the Camp Liberty residents that is controlled by Iraqi National Security Advisor Faleh Fayyad obstructed the entry of clothes bought by the residents into Camp Liberty. The Iraqi agents stated that they have been ordered to prevent clothes from entering the camp. They stalled the vehicle carrying the clothes and returned it after a few hours without even inspecting the vehicle. The residents had informed UNAMI in advance of the purchase of the clothes and their delivery to Camp Liberty.
Continue reading Camp Liberty siege, obstructing entry of clothes; breach of Memorandum of Understanding between UN and Iraq
Nargess Mohammadi is in poor health condition due to lack of medical care
Political prisoner and human rights activist Ms. Nargess Mohammadi remains medically uncared for despite her deteriorating conditions. Yesterday, following eight hours of muscle paralysis, she was transferred to a hospital outside prison. However, despite the insistence of the physicians that she needs medical care, she was returned back to Evin Prison while partially unconscious.
Continue reading Iran: Human rights institutions and women’s rights defenders are once again called upon to secure immediate release of Ms. Nargess Mohammadi