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Two years on, massacre of Iranian dissidents in Iraq went unpunished

Tuesday marks the 2nd anniversary of the massacre of 52 Iranian dissidents by Iraqi security forces loyal to then Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, a known puppet of the Iranian regime. These 52 refugees were all members of the main Iranian opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and a further 7 other camp residents – including 6 women – were abducted as hostages. Continue reading Two years on, massacre of Iranian dissidents in Iraq went unpunished

Iranian regime discharges post negotiations on residents of Camp Liberty

By: Mohsen Sardary

A report by London Economist estimated the amount of funds, regime of Iran spent on nuclear projects as more than 300 milliard Dollars. This report was published a few months ago and today we should deal with a much more striking number. Despite all that money– which, of course, resulted to more  impoverished Iranian population – Khamenei had to retreat from his declared, redlines he had repeatedly insisted on over the past 12 years. It seems relevant that the regime discharges its defeat on its foes, the residents of Camp Liberty, in Iraq.

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Camp Liberty siege, obstructing entry of clothes; breach of Memorandum of Understanding between UN and Iraq

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.

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Iran: Human rights institutions and women’s rights defenders are once again called upon to secure immediate release of Ms. Nargess Mohammadi

Nargess Mohammadi is in poor health condition due to lack of medical care
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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.

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Call for ending the antihuman siege on Liberty

The siege and antihuman restrictions imposed on Camp Liberty, the heat wave in Iraq in the recent days that is among the hottest places on earth, has the Liberty residents face excruciating conditions and several fold problems. See a short video about Camp Liberty condition here.

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Iraqi legislators: The blockade on camp Liberty is a flagrant violation of the international rules

The Iranian dissidents of the Ayatollahs in Tehran, residing in camp Liberty, are still suffering from an inhumane blockade imposed on them. Denying them free access to medical cares, obstructing the logistic substances and fuel entering the camp are among the most important difficulties that the residents are grappling with. This condition concerns Iraqi parliamentarians as well as the general public in Iraq and international community. The parliamentarians have called within several stands declared in public on the government of Iraq and the United Nations to lift the blockade on camp Liberty, improving their living condition. They evaluate any maltreatment with the residents as flagrant violation of the international rules.

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Iran: Suppression of religious minorities, souvenir of Khomeini’s caliphate

By Ali Sinaki

While Middle East region is rumpled in the sectarian balefire lead mostly by the Iran Mullahs’ regime, listing to June 6th 2015 speech of Honorable Pope Francis I, world’s Great Catholic leader, in Sarajevo, while he urged for enduring ethnic and religious peace, was quiet inspiring and the motivation for write this brief piece:

It is now more than 36 years that my homeland, Iran, is occupied and ruled by mullahs’ and their “Vali ’e’ Faqih” (supreme leader) with his claim of being the representative of God on the ground and pursue of his own objections in the name of religion.

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