Iranian Intelligence Ministry transferred to Camp Liberty


Agents of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry (MOIS) and the terrorist Quds Force (QF), disguised as families of Camp Liberty residents, were once again taken to the camp at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, by Sadeq Mohammad Kazem from the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress camp residents.

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Maryam Rajavi: To end Mideast crisis evict Iran’s regime

Conference: “Middle East Burning in flames of Religious Extremism; Iranian Regime’s destructive Role, Roots & Solutions”

In a conference on June 14, entitled “Middle East Burning in the flames of Religious Extremism, Iranian Regime’s destructive Role, Roots & Solutions”, in which political figures from various countries, in particular Arab and Islamic states, took part, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, stated that the U.S. strategy against ISIS has failed to succeed because it has ignored the Iranian regime as the core of fundamentalism and has turned a blind eye to the meddling of this regime in Iraq and Syria or has cooperated with this regime.

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FOX: Iranian opposition group leader says Iran regime ‘cannot be trusted’

By Fox News

The leader of the largest Iranian opposition group says the country’s current regime “cannot and should not be trusted” and is calling on the U.S. and world powers to recognize Iran’s intentions in advance of the deadline on the interim nuclear framework agreement, that comes at the end of this month.

“Nuclear negotiations should compel the Mullahs’ regime to abandon its nuclear weapons program. This is the desire of the Iranian people who oppose this program. The Mullahs need the bomb for their own survival,” warns Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

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We can and we must

By Hassan Fallah

In a hot summer day in Iraq I am looking for a place to just sit down and rest after a few hours of work. Oh, I forgot to say that this is Camp Liberty in Iraq near Baghdad International Airport, and we are Iranian refugees who have been restricted to appease the fundamentalist ayatollahs in Iran. I finally reached the only cafeteria in this camp and I saw that there was a program being aired about the upcoming Iranian Resistance annual rally in Paris. I was caught off guard how this year’s gathering has come so soon. I know this event means a lot considering the status quo of the Middle East and Iran. I can even understand how much Iran’s ayatollahs are plotting to have this entire event cancelled.

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Just the right moment

By H. Sheibani

Along with the other guys I was sitting in the dining hall. We were all very anxious and watching TV showing live tens of thousands of Iranians flooding into Paris. A huge crowd had gathered in Villepinte town hall and they were all in such high spirits. But this was still considered the quiet moments before the actual storm…

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The cause of freedom

By Amir Parvizi

“A 15-year old man knows for what he wants to die for; and if he has a cause to make sacrifice easier, he no longer has any fear of death.”

These are excerpts of Che’s words in his early years. When I read the word ‘cause’ I suddenly remembered Ali Saremi who spent 24 years of his life in the prisons of the Shah and Khomeini in Iran. During this period he faced various types of pressures and tortures, and he was finally sent to the gallows on Tuesday, 28 December 2010 by the dictators ruling Iran. He was described as the most significant resistant political prisoner by Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi.

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Memories of a nurse

By Fateme  parsa

While dressing the wounds on Sara’s hand, she was, herself, wounded by a gunshot. I rushed to Camp Ashraf hospital to see her. I could not recognize her at first sight as she was hit in the head. Each tick of the clock was a reminder that we could lose her.

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