- 19 Feb
The Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran issued a statement regarding the Iraqi government attempting to cover up Ashraf massacre:
Witnesses are ready to deliver testimony at presence of US and UN representatives on condition that a copy of their testimony is given to them.
Clashes and scuttles continued in different parts of Dezful on Saturday night
In demonstrations and clashes in Isfahan hundreds of protestors were battered and injured and some were arrested
People in Shahr-e Kord and students in Ahvaz join protests
People of Isfahan demonstrate and clash with suppressive security forces
Protests continued in Dezful, Ezeh and Ahvaz
A large number of people of Isfahan, especially the Bakhtiari community in Isfahan, staged a protest on Saturday, February 15, in front of regime’s radio and television center in this city. The suppressive security forces attacked the demonstrators with batons, plastic bullets and tear gas. Demonstrators confronted by hurling stones and putting up fires. Also, over the Khajou Bridge they set fire to three motorcycles of the repressive security forces. The demonstrators damaged the building of the radio and television center and broke the billboards and cameras belonging to the state radio and television. Demonstrations were so extensive that state media was compelled to confess to the demonstrations while attempting to downplay its importance.
Call for international investigation by the International Criminal Court into the massacreand hostage-taking at Camp Ashraf on 1 September
In an act of pure cowardice, the government of Iraq has secretly buried the bodies of 52 massacred CampAshraf residents, slain during the 1 September 2013 massacre at the camp in Iraq. A total of 52 men and women were executed on 1 September by an Iraqi SWAT team who entered Camp Ashraf at the behest of the Iranian regime, to execute the camps residents. Many of the victims were executed with their hands tied behind their backs, others while receiving treatment in the camps medical centre.