According to reports received from inside Iran, the clerical regime has tasked government of Iraq to conduct further rocket attacks against Camp Liberty in coordination with the terrorist Qods Force.

Meanwhile, Danaifar, mullahs’ regime ambassador to Iraq and a commander of the Qods Force, has been ordered to make the necessary coordination with Maliki and his security advisor Faleh Fayaz so that the necessary directives are issued to the security forces stationed around airport and Camp Liberty to smooth transfer and firing of the rockets.

The Qods Force has ordered its subordinate groups to quickly prepare themselves for another attack on Camp Liberty that would be coordinated with Iraqi security organs.

On December 20, the Iranian Resistance announced that during Maliki’s visit to Tehran in early December, he has agreed to all conditions set by the Iranian regime to enlist in his third term as prime minister and has conceded further services to this regime. Complete free hand of mullahs’ Intelligence and Qods Force against the PMOI and establishing a Qods Force headquarters in the vicinity of Camp Liberty, as well as intensifying suppressive measures against PMOI are among these conditions. In this same trip, in a meeting with Commander of Qods Force Qasem Soleimani, Faleh Fayaz committed himself that attacks on PMOI would persistently continue.

Planning another attack on Camp Liberty is while Government of Iraq has yet to hand over the bodies of the martyrs of the fourth attack and that of the 52 victims of September 1 massacre in Ashraf to their relatives and friends for burial and at the same time has obstructed providing any security requirements to Camp Liberty.

On December 30, residents’ representatives once again gave the list of minimum security requirements to reduce residents’ casualties to UNAMI, UNHCR, and U.S. officials. Return of 17500 T-walls, transfer of protective helmets and vests and medical equipment from Ashraf to Camp Liberty, permitting construction of buildings at least for the patients and the disabled, were among these requirements that since a year ago has been discussed hundreds of times with U.S., Iraqi and UN officials, but Government of Iraq obstructs their provision which betrays its ominous intent to cause more casualties among residents.

Moreover, Government of Iraq is obstructing replacement of containers, ablution trailers, computers and other living equipment that were extensively destroyed in the recent attack, with similar items available in Ashraf.

The silence of U.S. government and the White House in face of Iraqi government’s defiance in providing the security minimums is astonishing, unacceptable and unjustifiable. Immediate action needs to be taken to secure the release of the seven hostages and the provision of minimum security requirements to Camp Liberty.