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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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Iran: Hassan Rouhani government will not permit women to sing, minister says

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 16:06

Ali JannatiHassan Rouhani’s government will not issue permits for women to sing solo, Ali Jannati, the minister of Culture and Guidance has declared.

Speaking in Isfahan on Friday, Ali Jannati said: “Those political currents that to seek to weaken and destroy the government offer incorrect information to religious scholars and members of parliament and distort the issue.”


Tehran protest halts police action to confiscate satellite dishes

Wednesday, 11 February 2015 17:30

Satellite dishes being destroyedA protest erupted in Tehran after Iranian police began removing satellite dishes from the roofs of homes and hurling them into the street below.

Police finally halted the removal of dishes in Iran Street in the Iranian capital on Sunday fearing the protest could spread to other areas of the city.


830 suffered rupture of spinal cord in anti-regime protests in Iran

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 10:34

General Hossein HamedaniA senior commander of Iranian regime’s revolutionary guards disclosed that during the anti-government uprisings in 2009 “over 830 people suffered rupture of the spinal cord”.

General Hossein Hamedani, then commander of IRGC force tasked to crack down on demonstrations in the capital Tehran disclosed this matter on February 7 in an interview with Fars News Agency, the IRGC mouthpiece.



Arrests of youths at parties in Iran now ‘into hundreds’ in January

Thursday, 05 February 2015 12:54

Youths being arrestedIranian Revolutionary Guards have arrested 46 people in a raid on a party in the city of Nazarbad claiming that it was disturbing public order.

Security forces arrested 22 women and 24 men at the mixed party on January 31, in Karaj local officials told a news website.


Iran: New law legalizes suppression of women

Thursday, 05 February 2015 10:24

Women PoliceThe Iranian regime’s parliament has approved a legislation that makes creating any obstacles hindering the implementation of the suppressive plan of “Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice” a crime that faces imprisonment or fines.

In accordance with Article 9 the bill approved on Tuesday February 3, no individual and institution are entitled to create a barrier in enforcing the repressive plan of “Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice”.


Women are ‘main victims’ of repression in Iran

Friday, 30 January 2015 22:01

Dowlat NorouziWomen are one of the main victims of the religious extremism and human rights abuses rife in Iran, the UK representative of the National Council of Resistance (NCRI) said in an interview.

Sharia law and the regime's oppression of women has nothing to do religion or with God and is not in line with international norms and conventions, Dowlat Norouzi said in an interview with Council of Europe TV.


Iranians in Camp Liberty protest destruction of their martyrs’ cemetery in Iraq

Friday, 06 February 2015 16:06

Iranians in Camp Liberty protest destruction of their martyrs’ cemetery in Iraq

Iranian opposition activists residing in Camp Liberty near Baghdad Airport protested the desecration and destruction of the cemetery of the martyrs of Resistance in Camp Ashraf by elements of the Iranian regime.


For 3rd month Iraqi forces block gasoline entry into Camp Liberty

Tuesday, 03 February 2015 18:07

Tuesday, 03 February 2015

Call on U.S. and UN to end the siege and have gasoline and other necessary goods to get to camp

Barring gasoline from getting into Camp Liberty in Iraq that houses Iranian refugees entered its third month.


Iraq: Hadi al-Ameri forces destroy Iranian dissidents’ cemetery in Camp Ashraf

Friday, 30 January 2015 18:09

In an anti-human crime in mid-January and by the orders of Hadi Ameri, the Iraqi forces and the criminal militias stationed in Camp Ashraf resorted to destroy the Pearl Cemetery in Ashraf along with its memorials, symbolic statues, walls and even the grave stones.

Since 2012 and on various occasions, the Iraqi forces used to destroy parts of the cemetery,



Wednesday, 28 January 2015 18:58

More than 15,000 dignitaries from Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries have called for an end to the medical siege exerted on Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty, north of Baghdad.

Camp Liberty, a former desolate abandoned U.S. Army base located next to Baghdad International airport, houses about 2,700 Iranian dissidents, who were forced three years ago to give up their home in Camp Ashraf 60 miles north of Baghdad.


Enforced women veiling now a ‘source of friction’, regime admits

Wednesday, 28 January 2015 07:19

Photo: Women defy police enforcing dress code in Iran


The Iranian regime's strict women's dress code has become a source of friction between the people and the regime, the commander of Morality Police has admitted.


Colonel Mohammad Massoud Zahedian said 'improper veiling' had now become a 'security issue that threatened’ the regime.


Teachers protest low salaries across Iran

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 17:28

Many Iranian teachers did not attend schools in cities across Iran on Tuesday and Wednesday in protest against the lack of adequate income and facing difficult living conditions.


Teachers in the cities of Islamshahr, Robat Karim, Qods City, Shahriar, Shiraz, Shahrood, Saqez, Baneh and Marivan did not attend schools, the state-run ILNA news agency reported.


Five prisoners hanged secretly in Orumiyeh prison

Thursday, 30 October 2014 21:11

The Iranian regime’s henchmen hanged at least another group of five men last week in a prison in city of Uromiyeh in northwestern Iran.

According to the information received from Iran, the prisoners were hanged in the Darya prison in the city.

On Monday, the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran expressed concerns about a surge of executions in Iran.


Iran - Police attacks Isfahan residents protesting acid attack

Thursday, 23 October 2014 14:33

The Iranian regime’s State Security Forces (police) attacked the residents of Isfahan protesting against the recent wave of acid attacks by gangs affiliated to the clerical regime in Iran.

The protester shouted saying “the police splashes acid on our faces and as we protest they attack us.”

The State Security Forces were unable to stop the protester who were chanting: “Security, freedom, are the rights of the Iranian women.”

On Wednesday, October 22, the enraged people of Isfahan and Tehran staged an extensive demonstration in protest against the barbarity of the regime-organized criminal gangs who splash acid on women and girls.


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Urgent Appeal

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