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Camp Ashraf in Iraq: Spanish court investigates a close ally of Maliki

A Spanish court investigation is to include Faleh al-Fayad, security adviser to the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. This comes in the wake of a complaint filed against him as a person responsible for serious breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention for his alleged involvement in the killings on April 8, 2011, and September 1, 2013, of protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Convention living in Camp Ashraf, according to the decision.

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Iranians in Camp Liberty hold memorial for Paris attacks victims

Saturday, 28 November 2015 17:14


Members of the main Iranian opposition group in Camp Liberty, Iraq, who themselves were victim of a terrorist rocket attack by agents of the Iranian regime at the end of October held a memorial service on Monday, November 16 for the victims of the terrorist attacks last Friday in Paris


Maryam Rajavi condemned missile attack on Camp Liberty

Saturday, 28 November 2015 17:13

Maryam Rajavi strongly condemned the heavy missile attack this evening on Camp Liberty and declared


23 Residents of Camp Liberty Killed in an Attack on the 29 October 2015

Saturday, 28 November 2015 17:11

At least 23 members of the main Iranian opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), were killed on Thursday, October 29, 2015, in a missile attack on Camp Liberty in Iraq.


Iran regime shows fear of satellite TV

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 11:09

The Iranian regime's chief of police has threatened Iran's youth that the regime's suppressive forces will take action against people who 'illegally' produce material for satellite television stations, which are banned in Iran.

"All satellite television activities and programs are monitored, and those who create underground clips which do not conform to the norms of the system will be dealt with," Revolutionary Guards Brig. Gen. Hossein Ashtari said on Monday in the town of Eslamshahr, south-west of Tehran.

"Creating video clips for satellite television inside the country and airing them abroad is under observation by the police."


Stevenson: Ethnic, religious minorities persecuted in Iran

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 10:58

The mullahs' regime in Iran is systematically persecuting ethnic and religious minorities, former European lawmaker Struan Stevenson said on Saturday at a conference in Istanbul on Minority Rights in Iranian Society.

"Iran is a deeply corrupt country. Its fascist leadership thrives on oppression. Iran has many ethnic minorities - Azeris, Kurds, Arabs and Baluchis, among others. Also there are many religious minorities: The Sunnis live in many parts of Iran and are believed to number over 10 million. There also Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians and Baha'is," said Mr. Stevenson, a former President of the European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq and the current President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA).


UN rights experts outraged at execution of two juvenile offenders

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 10:47

United Nations human rights experts on Friday expressed their "outrage" and "profound sadness" at the execution in Iran of Fatemeh Salbehi, a juvenile offender convicted for the death of her husband, whom she had been forced to marry at the age of 16.

Ms. Salbehi was hanged on Tuesday, October 13 "in breach of international law banning juvenile executions, and despite reported flaws in her trial and appeal process. She is the 11th woman to be executed so far this year in Iran, where at least 700 other people have been executed," said a statement which appeared on the website of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.


Young people seek change in Iran – Baroness Betty Boothroyd

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 22:07

Young Iranians who are fed up with the theocratic dictatorship in power in Iran are yearning for change, Baroness Betty Boothroyd, the former Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom has said.

“The nuclear agreement with Iran does nothing to improve its appalling civil and human rights record. There's nothing in it that seeks to persuade the regressive regime to change, to look at itself, to improve its approach to the democratic process, the rule of law and to human rights. Nothing at all,” Baroness Boothroyd said at a conference on human rights in Iran at the Houses of Parliament on October 19.


Iran regime on track to execute more than 1000 people this year - UN

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 21:53

Iran's regime could be on track to execute more than 1,000 people this year, a U.N. investigator said on Monday.

U.N. special rapporteur on Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, suggested that human rights violators in Iran should be named and shamed and targeted with sanctions such as a travel ban.


UK Peer: US policy on Iran must re-couple the nuclear and human rights issues

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 14:32

Lord Alton of LiverpoolThe United States government must not turn a blind eye on 'abysmal' human rights abuses by the Iranian regime in their attempt to strike a nuclear agreement, Prof. David Alton, a member of the United Kingdom House of Lords, has said.

Writing for on Tuesday, Lord Alton of Liverpool said: "The Obama administration seems to believe that any nuclear agreement - whatever it is - will promote greater understanding between Iran and the United States and thus increase Western influence in the Islamic country. But the facts suggest otherwise."


Iran regime amputates hands of two prisoners

Monday, 29 June 2015 17:59

Amputation in Shiraz 2012-01-24The Iranian regime on Sunday amputated the hands of two prisoners in the central prison of Mashhad, northeast Iran.

One of the victims, identified only by the initials M. E., was a 26-year-old resident of Mashhad, the state-run daily Khorasan wrote on Monday. The second victim was not identified; the report simply stated that this young man was transferred from Khorasan Jonubi province to the same prison in Mashhad where the sentence was carried out.

State media claimed that the two men had been convicted of theft.


UK lawmakers urge P5+1 to step up pressure on Iran regime in nuke talks

Monday, 29 June 2015 14:00

Members of the United Kingdom’s Houses of Parliament on Monday urged the P5+1 countries that are negotiating an agreement with the Iranian regime over its nuclear program to insist that there must be international inspections of Iran's military sites.

“Without unfettered access for IAEA inspectors to Iran's military sites and nuclear scientists, any nuclear agreement between the P5+1 and Tehran would be meaningless,” the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) said in a statement on its website.


Amnesty International: Draconian amendment further erodes fair trial rights in Iran

Saturday, 27 June 2015 13:14

Reyhaneh Jabbari in a courtThe Iranian authorities have put another nail in the coffin of justice by making a retrogressive amendment in Iran’s new Code of Criminal Procedures which limits the right to access an independent lawyer of one’s choice during primary investigations in certain criminal cases, Amnesty International has said.

“The draconian development came in the form of a last-minute amendment to a new Code of Criminal Procedures, which was passed in April 2014 and was entered into force on 22 June 2015.


IRAN: 92 arrested in restaurant during Ramadan

Saturday, 27 June 2015 12:42

Archive photo - Young being arrestedIranian security forces have raided a hotel restaurant and arrested 92 young men and women for eating and drinking ‘in public’ in the month of Ramadan.

The hotel in the northwestern city of Tabriz was raided on Monday. The restaurant manager along with 41 girls and 51 boys were arrested.

Ali Esmaeelpour, a senior state security forces official in the city, confirmed the arrests. Those detained were referred to the regime’s judiciary for sentencing.


Examiner: Rouhani afraid of another mass uprising in Iran

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 12:01

Mass protest June 15The Iranian regime's president Hassan Rouhani is "apparently afraid of another mass uprising", similar to the one in 2009 which nearly brought the regime "to its knees", according to an article in Thursday's edition of the

"One easy way to keep people placated is to ensure that there is hope of a nuclear deal," it wrote.

The P5+1 states - Britain, China, France, Russia, the US and Germany - hope to strike a deal with the Iranian regime by June 30 that would curtail Tehran’s nuclear effort in exchange for sanctions relief.

"[The] NCRI held a press conference today in which deputy director Alireza Jafarzadeh outlined a strong argument that Iran's tactics are part of a larger effort to secure favorable terms, while giving little ground in exchange. NCRI gathered information from both public sources, including books written by leading Iranian officials, and also connections within the regime itself."

"While it is difficult to determine the veracity of the NCRI's inside claims, the group is widely credited for having revealed the existence of Iran's nuclear program. Among others, President George W. Bush credited the NCRI with revealing Iran's nuclear program back in 2005."

"Given the NCRI's track record of success, it's difficult to dismiss their claims, especially with a nuclear deal appearing all the more elusive and any potential deal likely to be watered down. At various times the Iranian government hinted that it would be willing to send its uranium to third party countries, such as Russia, for enrichment. This past February the Iranian government shot that idea down for good."

In recent weeks both the regime's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan have stated bluntly that its military bases will be off limits, and will not be a part of any agreement.

"If this turns out to be correct it should come as no surprise, according to the NCRI. The NCRI has argued that Iran's non-military nuclear installations are, in fact, only a small part of the country's nuclear programs, and are not vital for the continued research and development of a nuclear weapon," the article said.

"Khamenei has drawn three red lines in negotiations, and as Iran's Supreme Leader, these lines cannot be ignored under any circumstances, unless Khamenei gives the go-ahead. No promises by negotiators or President Rouhani will be able to stipulate otherwise.”

"The Supreme leader has stipulated that there will be no access to military sites for the inspectors, no access to Iranian nuclear scientists for the inspectors, and no stopping of Research and Development (R&D) in the nuclear field.”

"As long as these three red lines are maintained, Iran could theoretically continue with its alleged efforts to develop a nuclear weapon. Further, only disclosed nuclear sites are on the bargaining table while any still-hidden nuclear sites would remain hidden,” it added.


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Flood in Liberty

Newsletter November


Introduction Bulletin

Former UN official makes revealing testimony to US Congress

The Guardian: Open Letter by British Dignitaries on Camp Liberty

Shocking UN report

Water shortage -Camp Liberty

Protection for Ashraf

Murderous attack on Camp Ashraf 8 April 2011

Conference - Women's Day

Interviews with handicapped and ill people of Ashraf

Ashraf the Message

Project - Ashraf The Message

News bulletin June 2012

News bulletin June 2012

23 June Gathering