Main Source: al-Nahar website – April 17, 2016
Iraqi MP Abdulbari Zebari emphasized the Iraqi government is obliged to carry out international laws and standards, including human rights laws regarding the issue of Camp Liberty residents.
“Any human being living on Iraqi soil must obtain guarantees about their security that prove their safety,” he said. “The Iraqi government must guarantee the well-being of refugees and asylum-seekers on its soil, and protect their rights in a safe environment with the standard of an Iraqi citizen and also refugees living this country,” al-Zebari continued. He called on the Iraqi government to be obliged to what the Iraqi government has signed in respect to international laws and relevant human rights laws. Continue reading Iraqi MP Iraqi government is obliged to protect Camp liberty residents
On a large, silver canvas there were pictures of 36 martyrs in wooden frames. The sun, rising behind us in the skies of a new day, was portraying its rays on décor prepared in the ceremony commemorating the fallen martyrs of the April 8th, 2011 attack against Camp Ashraf, located north of Baghdad, Iraq. During Wednesday’s event, held in Camp Liberty, adjacent to Baghdad International Airport, where Camp Ashraf residents are stationed today, I was lost in my memories of the martyrs, especially those whom I knew personally. A deep sense of respect for each and every one of these heroes had engulfed all my spirit.
Continue reading Iraq: Iranian Dissidents commemorating the April 8th Massacre
“You cannot take his photo, lest they recognize the place he lives”… To meet Farzhad Madadzadeh, the Iranian human rights activist of 29 who fled his country in August 2015, requires serious precautions. The activist spent five years in prison sadly Tehran and Karaj famous. He was tortured, “physically and psychologically “, a French daily writes. Continue reading Iran: For ex-political prisoner Rouhani is a criminal
Iran’s regime must reform its laws that allows girls as young as nine to be executed for crimes or forced marriage with much older husbands, a United Nations watchdog said on Thursday.
Iran continues to execute children and youth who committed a crime while under 18 years of age, in violation of international standards, the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child said, after its 18 independent experts reviewed Iran and 13 other countries. Continue reading U.N. panel rebukes Iran for allowing forced marriage, execution at nine years old
By Nasrin Younesi
My country Iran has a 2,500 year history; the country of Cyrus the Great, where the first freedom charter was written is now in the hands of mullahs; savage animals who pretend to be human.
In all corners of the world, people rise up to demand their rights, and if their demands are not met, at least their voice is heard.
However, the ruthless mullahs have for the past 4 decades punished any voice of discontent with torture and execution. Yet given that freedom and liberation runs in the veins of every Iranian, they will pay the price, even if it costs them their lives. Continue reading Iran’s Islamic republic main source of fundamentalism and instability
Iranians in New York are gearing up for a major rally next week to denounce the presence of the mullahs’ President Hassan Rouhani to the United Nations General Assembly.
The Iranian-American community in the city is alerting more and more individuals to the rally which will be held next Monday, September 28.
The following is a short video clip of a #No2Rouhani van as well as some photos from the Iranians staging a sit-in to urge the international community to condition their relationship with the Iranian regime on an improvement on the human rights situation in Iran.
The rally, which is being organized by the Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC), will press the international community to hold the regime in Iran accountable for its abhorrent human rights record.
The mullahs’ regime in Iran continues to execute more of its citizens per capita than any other U.N. member state. Some 2000 people have been executed under Rouhani in the past two years.
by: shahriar kia
Iraq – Camp Liberty: Iranian dissidents protest prison-making measures, rights violations against refugees
A few thousand Iranian opposition refugees, dissidents of the fundamentalist regime ruling Iran, stationed in Camp Liberty adjacent to Baghdad International Airport held rallies protesting and condemning security conditions in the camp and the continuing all-out logistical siege imposed by Iraqi security forces loyal to the Iranian regime. They called on the UN and UNHCR to recognize Camp Liberty as a refugee camp.
Continue reading Iranian Dissidents Condemn Security Conditions in Camp Liberty