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Urgent action for immediate release and return of seven hostages, deployment of blue helmets in Ashraf and Liberty, and independent international investigation to prevent recurrence of crime against humanity

Mohammad-Javad Zarif, Iranian regime’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, arrives in Baghdad. His trip to Baghdad is similar to that of Ghasem Soleimani, Commander of the terrorist Qds Force, on August 27. These trips both aim at two targets related to Syria and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI).

Baghdad, 7 September 2013 – The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) has been informed that the Government of Iraq has served an order to relocate the remaining residents of Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriya. The United Nations believes that the Iraqi Government will move to enforce this order without delay. 

The group of signers is comprised of 13 former senior government officials and military officers, who wrote a letter to  to Secretary of State John Kerry in response to this weekend’s Camp Ashraf attack urging immediate action at both Camp Liberty and Camp Ashraf. The letter in its entirety is available below. 

In response to Sunday’s attack on Camp Ashraf in Iraq, the National Council of Resistance of Iran held a telephone press conference Sept 3, hosted by the American Friends of the MEK. 

According to initial assessments, during the September 1st massacre in Ashraf, assailants exploded or set ablaze and destroyed more than 10 million dollars of the residents’ properties. This was in addition to the extrajudicial execution of 52 residents while handcuffed, machine gunning the wounded on hospital beds and kidnapping of 7 residents.


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