Campaign to release Ashraf hostages

On 1 September 2013 Iraqi Special Forces under the command of Prime Minister Maliki attacked Camp Ashraf and murdered 52 of the 101 remaining residents and took 7 hostages. Video and eyewitness accounts leave no room to doubt that the hostages are in the hands of Iraqi government. Please write to UN Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-moon, and UN High Commissioner for Human Right, Ms Navi Pillay and ask for their intervention to save the 7 hostages.


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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400 British MPs support Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point plan for future Iran

Monday, 21 July 2014 16:57

In a cross party parliamentary conference, MPs and Peers from both Houses in UK addressed the Iranian regime’s destructive role in the region particularly in Iraq and Syria.
Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC who chaired conference held at the House of Commons announced the initiative “Support Human Rights and Democracy in Iran” signed by more than 400 MPs and Peers from both Houses and all parties.


Iraqi agents hamper transfer of Camp Liberty patients to hospital

Monday, 21 July 2014 16:54

In the recent weeks, the Iraqi forces under the command of the Iraqi Prime Ministry have prevented transfer of many Camp Liberty patients to a hospital in Baghdad upon various pretexts. Many of these Iranian residents of Camp Liberty are in critical conditions or are cancer patients that need immediate medical attention or surgeries.

1. On Tuesday, July 15, the nurse and interpreter for Reza Jalali, a patient in dire conditions, were prevented from going to the hospital. The patient who was too sick to manage the trip to the hospital all by himself was forced to cancel his medical appointment.


Political prisoners Arzhang Davoodi sentenced to death

Monday, 21 July 2014 16:53

The Iranian regime's judiciary has sentenced political Prisoner Arzhang Davoodi to death for his opposition to the clerical regime, according to reports received from Iran. Mr. Davoodi has already served 10 years in prison

Davoodi, 62, a teacher, was arrested in October 2003 and was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment which was later increased to 20 years.


Iranian regime sentences a prisoner to stoning to death and hanging

Monday, 21 July 2014 16:48

The Iranian regime's judiciary has sentenced a prisoner to death by stoning, hanging and 15 years imprisonment, state-run Mehr News Agency reported.

The regime's judiciary chief in northern city of Ghaemshahr who did not identify the prisoner said the review of the case of this 32-year-old prisoner has been one the most important tasks of his office.


Iran: 8 Facebook Activists Sentenced To 127 Years In Prison

Monday, 21 July 2014 16:47

The Iranian regime’s official news agencies an 13 July 2014,  reported that 8 Facebook activists were each given 8 to 21 year prison sentences.

All the activists were charged with “conspiracy against national security, spreading propaganda against the ruling system, and insulting officials,” state-run IRNA news agency reported.


Iran Liberation Rally Gives New Purpose To Lives Of Exiles

Tuesday, 08 July 2014 21:59

With seating for approximately 100,000 attendees, the setup was completed for the annual rally of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the Villepinte Exhibition Center just outside of Paris on June 27. The finishing touches of that setup were handled by a small and committed group of NCRI activists. One of them, named Ali, used this task as an opportunity to apply training that he had acquired many years before.


Democratic Leaders Join GOP In Condemning Obama's Breaking Promises To Mek

Tuesday, 08 July 2014 21:58

America’s credibility in the world is at risk due to President Barack Obama’s failure to keep U.S. commitments to protect Iranian dissidents, a distinguished bipartisan group of top foreign policy and military leaders declared in a letter to the White House.

Camp Liberty is a facility in Iraq where 3,000 men and women of Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) have been kept since 2011.


Health of four Sunni political prisoners on hunger strike is deteriorating

Wednesday, 25 June 2014 20:18

The condition of four Sunni Kurdish political prisoners in Iran, Messrs. Hamed Ahmadi, Kamal Mola’ei, Jamshid and Jahangir Dehqani, who are on hunger strike in Karaj’s Ghezalhesar prison, has deteriorated.

They went on hunger strike since June 14, when they were transferred by the mullahs’ regime henchmen from Gohardasht prison in order to have their sentence carried out.

They have been sentenced to death on the charges of “propaganda against the regime, corruption on earth, and Moharebeh”.


Iraqi forces plunder property in Camp Ashraf upon orders by Iraqi Prime Ministry

Wednesday, 25 June 2014 20:16

The committee at the Iraqi Prime Ministry tasked to suppress Iranian residents of Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty dispatched a number of its agents headed by Sadeq Mohammad Kadhim and Ahmed Khozair to Camp Ashraf on Sunday, June 22, to plunder the movable property of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), especially their vehicles. 
The group took a large number of people with it to Camp Ashraf to prepare the vehicles and load the property.


Execution Of Up To 800 Prisoners In First Year Of Rouhani's Presidency Reveals Illusion Of Regime 'Moderation'

Monday, 23 June 2014 23:41

The Iranian regime's henchmen hanged a group of six inmates in the main prison in the north-western city of Urumiyeh on Tuesday.

The six men, Farmarz Pashaei, Abdolvahab Dalir, Parviz Nik-Khoy, Abdulkarim Hercoli, Naghd-ali Rajaei and Rashid Moradi, were from the cities of Salmas, Urumiyeh and Naghadeh. Three of them were hanged while serving life sentences.


Three arrested over World Cup video

Monday, 23 June 2014 23:40

The Iranian regime police have arrested three people who appeared in an online video of young men and women singing and dancing in support of the country's World Cup football team, the official IRNA news agency reported Monday.

Provincial police chief Col. Rahmatollah Taheri was quoted as saying the video clip produced by a London-based band, features scenes from outside and inside Iran, including the city of Shahroud, where two 23-year-olds appearing in the film and a 26-year-old photographer were arrested.


Iran Carrying Out ‘Secret Executions,’ Disappearing Political Opponents

Wednesday, 18 June 2014 16:55


Iran has been caught carrying out “secret executions” of falsely imprisoned political opponents and is said to be poised to execute four more on charges of “enmity against God” and “corruption on Earth,” according to an Iranian opposition group and human rights observers apprised of the situation.

Two members of Iran’s Ahwazi minority were secretly executed this month after being “held in conditions amounting to enforced disappearance since March 2014,” according to the human rights group Amnesty International.


Hassan Rouhani and violations of human rights

Wednesday, 18 June 2014 16:54

Hassan Rouhani, often referred to as a “moderate” by some pundits in the West, has always been a high-ranking official in the Iranian regime. For the last three decades, he has served in the intelligence, military and national security apparatus. That means he has been involved in or supportive of Tehran’s core policies, including suppression of the Iranian opposition and the regime’s pursuit of nuclear weapons.


Kurdish woman losing sight in Iranian Prison

Wednesday, 18 June 2014 16:53

Zeynab Jalalian, a member of Iranian’s Kurdish minority, currently serving a life sentence in Kermanshah Prison, western Iran, is at risk of losing her eyesight and she is in urgent need of medical care.

Zeynab Jalalian has had eye problems for a number of years, possibly as a result of beatings she received during interrogations by the Iranian authorities.


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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

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News bulletin June 2012

23 June Gathering