by : Mohsen Sardary
At a quick glance, in Iran under Rouhani’s watch an individual is executed every 8 hours, and this makes one think why does this regime carry out such crimes in public?
Recently a shocking video clip showing four youths and juveniles being beaten by repressive police forces in the back of a pick-up truck went viral on social media.
These footages show inhumane scenes of humiliation, with the youth being forced to even eat leaves and feedstuff, and also impelled to insult them and make animal sounds. After such an ordeal, these youths are so humiliated they cannot go on with their ordinary lives.
Continue reading West rapprochement with Iranian regime endangers global peace & security
A leading Iraqi member of parliament has condemned the ‘torture, harassment and inhuman treatment’ of Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty.
Talal al-Zobaie , Chairman of the Parliament’s Integrity Commission, also urged his government to honor its promises to protect Liberty residents and allow them free access to lawyers and medical care.
He said in a statement: “When the Camp Liberty residents were in Diyala province, they were faced with all kinds of tortures and harassments. After being transferred to Liberty, they are in the same situation, as well as being the target of missile barrages and attacks by Iraqi forces.”
Continue reading Iraqi lawmaker condemns ‘inhumane treatment’ of Iranians dissidents in Camp Liberty
By Nasrin Faizi, resident of Camp liberty
I am a former political prisoner of the 1980s in Iran and after ten years I was able to flee the Iranian regime’s dungeons. Many years later when I was in Camp Ashraf in Iraq as a political refugee, we were given promises in 2012 by the United Nations and US government that we were being transferred to a “temporary transit location” ironically called Camp Liberty, where we would be transferred to third countries in the span of six months. All of this turned out to be a hoax and a bunch of lies.
Continue reading Iranian regime-like dungeon dubbed “Temporary Transit Location”
posted on December 17, 2014 by Congressional Record
By Congressman Ted Poe
- Speaker, you may not know it, but there is a group that, like the United States, thinks the Supreme Leader of Iran needs to go. They are a group of Iranians called the MEK. They want their countrymen to be free from the oppressive regime that has ruled with an iron fist since 1979. But the MEK is locked up in a prison-like camp in Iraq. 112 of its members have been killed.
- How we came to this point is a story worth telling. After the Iranian revolution, the MEK opposed the Supreme Leader. So the newly installed Islamic regime systematically arrested and executed members of the MEK. The MEK fled and found refuge in Iraq. They built a home in the middle of the desert in a place called Camp Ashraf. In August 2002, the MEK disclosed two previously unknown nuclear facilities in Iran. Continue reading AN IRANIAN OPPOSITION GROUP’S FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
this was posted by news blaze
By Shahriar Kia
7,145 physicians and medical personnel from the US, Europe and Middle East signed a statement calling on the U.S. government and the United Nations to take action according to their moral and legal responsibilities vis-a-vis Camp Liberty residents in Iraq to lift the medical siege on the residents
Nearly 3,000 Iranian dissidents residing in Camp Liberty near Baghdad airport, MEK opposition members and “protected persons” under the 4th Geneva Convention, have for five years been under bloody attacks and an inhumane medical and logistical siege imposed by Iraqi forces loyal to the Iranian regime. Continue reading Camp Liberty: 7,145 Physicians, Medical Personnel Call on UN, US To Take Action
A shocking story about Taghi Abassian who has lost his life due to a medical siege on camp Liberty imposed by Iraqi forces, This was posted on ASHCAM and i encourage you to read this story.
ASHCAM Tuesday 16th December 2014.
The following was written for ASHCAM by Habib Baradaran, a former Ashraf City resident who now lives in Camp Liberty.
I still hadn’t broken my fast when I heard the news of the death of my dear friend Taghi Abbasian in Camp Liberty. I’ll never forget that day. It was 18 September 2014, a grim day if ever there was one. I rushed to the camp’s clinic, my breakfast forgotten.
Camp Liberty, in the proximity of Baghdad’s International Airport, is where 2,800-odd Iranian refugees are living under prison-like conditions imposed by Iraqi forces loyal to former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the Iranian regime. Continue reading Taghi Abbasian gave his life to end the suffering of others