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While seven members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) inCamp Ashraf abducted on September 1 by forces under command of Maliki are still held captive by the forces in Baghdad and while international community’s loath for the attack on Ashraf and calls for immediate release of the hostages heightens daily, Maliki’s so-called Ministry of Human Rights is resorting to fabrications and slander to justify the massacre and hostage-taking and the crime against humanity by Maliki and forces under his command.

The Iranian regime's Minister of Intelligence denied on Sunday that the seven Camp Ashraf residents abducted during the September 1 massacre at the camp have been transferred to Iran.

The chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. Robert Menendez, condemns attacks on Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf, Iraq

Following the deadly attack on Camp New Iraq of 1 September, in which more than 50 residents died, UNHCR remains gravely concerned for the safety of former residents of Camp New Iraq.

WASHINGTON, DC--September 12, 2013 - - Today, Iraq's Ministry of Human Rights acknowledged that the Iraqi government had indeed detained seven members of the People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) for attacking Iraqi security forces at Camp Ashraf on September 1st. 

In a conference in Strasbourg on Wednesday, 11 September, members ofthe European parliament from various political groups called for an independent investigation into the mass execution of Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf on 1 September 2013. Calls were made for linking further EU financial assistance to Iraq to the implementation of a probe and guaranteeing protection and security of Iranian refugees. MEPs reiterated the need immediately to deploy UN blue helmet forces in Camp Liberty in Baghdad where the majority of Iranian refugees in Iraq reside.


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