News : Iranian opposition
- Published: Saturday, 05 October 2013 12:54
NCRI - An internal report of the clerical regime state that the Camp Ashraf hostages who have been on hunger strike since their abduction on September 1, have intensified their hunger strike by refusing to drink, as they are faced with the threat of being handed over to the Iranian regime, a NCRI Secretariat statement said.
The report has been sent to the Iranian regime subsequent to interrogation of the hostages in a prison in Baghdad by the torturers from the Iranian regime's Ministry of Intelligence, and its embassy in Baghdad which already had been revealed in a statement by the Secretariat of NCRI on October 2.
The interrogators have threatened the Camp Ashraf hostages with being handed over to the Iranian regime.
The seven residents of Camp Ashraf were taken hostages by Iraqi forces on September 1 attack on the camp during which 52 members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were executed, many while handcuffed.
The Iranian Resistance calls on UN representatives and the U.S. Government to immediately visit hostages who are on hunger strike and to obtain information on their condition.
The hostages are undoubtedly kept in prisons under the control of Iraqi Prime Minister and his National Security Advisor.
In this regard, the Iranian Resistance has obtained more documents from inside the clerical regime that are presentable to any international competent court.
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