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An Iraqi official acknowledges killing of one of the hostages and their presence in Iraq

Mullahs’ regime official news agency (IRNA) reported from Baghdad on Wednesday, December 25, quoting an Iraqi “knowledgeable official” that the body of Niknam (Mohammad Ratebi), one of the seven hostages abducted in Ashraf on September 1, is in Baghdad and in the hands of Government of Iraq and among other victims. The said official described “Niknam” as PMOI strategist.

In Christmas message, Rajavi cites suppression of Iranian Christians, urges support for Iranian people and the resistance for change in Iran.

In her message marking Christmas and the New Year, the Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi pointed to the Iranian regime’s "stepped-up the arrest and harassment of Iranian Christians," and urged people around the world to pray for those suffering in the region, especially in Syria and in Iraq. She appealed for support for the Iranian people and resistance. 

Majority members of Italian Parliament call for immediate action on Ashraf hostages, express support for Maryam Rajavi’s plan for future of Iran

The majority members of the Italian Parliament have made a bipartisan call to urge the Italian government, the EU, US and UN to do everything in their power to implore the Government of Iraq to release the seven Iranian dissidents taken hostage in Iraq. The dissidents were residing in Camp Ashraf and were abducted during a raid by the Iraqi forces on September 1.  During the raid, 52 refugees, all members of the main Iranian opposition the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were massacred.

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