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
Camp Liberty in vicinity of Baghdad International Airport is home to thousands of Iranian dissidents, including nearly 1000 women, members of People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI). The Mullahs in Iran have found PMOI their most threatening enemy. Fear of this most structured organization, capable of overthrowing the regime, has made Iranian authorities, such as Khamenei and Rouhani, to direct their proxies in Iraq “to make life intolerable for them”.
Women members of PMOI, residents at Camp Liberty, try to get their voice to the responsible authorities
Apart from logistics and medical blockade, the Iraqi intelligence agents, loyal to Iranian regime, are pursuing the same scenarios that ended with bloody massacres in Camp Ashraf. More than 100 residents of Camp Ashraf, former home of Camp Liberty residents were slain and many injured in attacks ordered by Nouri Maliki. Having not been able to get rid of the residents by terrorist Para military attacks, Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) thought of a new filthy trick, bringing its agents disguised as residents ‘families.
Continue reading Iraq: Family unit or taking advantages of families
The new round of harassment and psychological torture against Liberty residents by dispatching Iranian regime agents and having them stationed at Liberty’s entrance on different days began on Monday, 7 September 2015. Under the guise of requesting family visits with the residents, they have begun actually chanting slogans against the residents, hurling stones and initiating other provocative measures.
Continue reading Reality of Sit-in Staged by Iranian Regime Agents at Camp Liberty Entrance
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
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
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
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.
Continue reading Iranian regime discharges post negotiations on residents of Camp Liberty