Camp Ashraf Inhabitants

Martin Kobler: Ashraf residents should cooperate UN

Martin Kobler: Ashraf residents should cooperate

Mr. Kobler said. “It requested the last 100 residents be relocated to Camp Hurriya.” He noted that UNAMI has spared no effort over the last weeks to help facilitate meetings between involved parties – however, these efforts have been unsuccessful so far, leading to a stalemate. “The Government of Iraq considers this stalemate as an attempt by the residents to delay the relocation of the remaining 100 persons..

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Abdul Hamid Raufian speaks of his years of imprisonment in the cult of Rajavi MKO former members

Abdul Hamid Raufian speaks of his years of imprisonment in the cult of Rajavi

If one had declared to be volunteer to move to TTL, he should have been called to attend meeting immediately. They feared that he wanted to go there in order to be interviewed and get back to Iran, to denounce them. Thus, leaders of the cult [MKO/MEK/PMOI] decided who was supposed to move. Members had no choice.

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Most Iranian Exiles Relocated From Northern Iraq Base Camp Ashraf

Most Iranian Exiles Relocated From Northern Iraq Base

Martin Kobler told RFE/RL's Radio Free Iraq that there are 100 people staying in Camp Ashraf in northern Iraq “until the technical handover is arranged.”Kobler said all the residents will have interviews at Camp Liberty, near Baghdad, before getting the status of internationally protected persons from the UN..

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Families of MKO hostages, more hopeful than ever Mujahedin Khalq Organization members' families

Families of MKO hostages, more hopeful than ever

The consequences of de-proscribing the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) by the US State Department, had become the top priority of his cult, have been discussed and analyzed in various ways..But as far as the suffering families of the members of the MKO are concerned, who have no request except to visit their loved ones and be sure about their physical and mental wellbeing, this development gives them fresh hope. Perhaps ...

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US urges Europe to help in resettlement of ex-camp Ashraf residents USA

US urges Europe to help in resettlement of ex-camp Ashraf residents

Ambassador Daniel Fried, special advisor to US Secretary of State on Camp Ashraf in Iraq, is on a tour of Europe to discuss about developments concerning the Iranian opposition group Mujahedin-e Khalq (MeK)..Asked if the MEK can play some kind of a political role in the future to resolve the Iranian crisis, he replied "they think they have a role but the United States does not think so."

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U.S. welcomes safe transfer of the remaining residents of Ashraf USA

U.S. welcomes safe transfer of the remaining residents of Ashraf

Today, the seventh convoy of approximately 680 Camp Ashraf residents arrived safely at Camp Hurriya. This convoy represents the last major relocation of residents from former Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriya and marks a significant milestone in efforts to achieve a sustainable humanitarian solution to this issue. ..

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UN envoy welcomes last major transfer of Iranian exiles MEK UN

UN envoy welcomes last major transfer of Iranian exiles MEK

The issue of Camp Ashraf – located in eastern Iraq and made up of several thousand Iranian exiles, many of them members of a group known as the People's Mojahedeen of Iran aka MKO/MEK/PMOI – has been one of the main issues dealt with by UNAMI for more than 18 months.

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Last major group of Iran exiles relocates in Iraq Camp Ashraf

Last major group of Iran exiles relocates in Iraq

The last major group of Iranian exiles has relocated from their long-time base to a new site near Baghdad as part of a process that aims to see them resettled outside Iraq, the United Nations said on Sunday."The Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Iraq, Mr Martin Kobler, today welcomed the news...

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The remaining MKO members moved from Camp Ashraf Camp Ashraf

The remaining MKO members moved from Camp Ashraf

Diyala provincial officials said the seventh group of the MKO terrorists was transferred from Camp New Iraq, formerly known as Camp Ashraf and situated about 120 kilometers (74 miles) west of the border with Iran, to Camp Liberty on Saturday.The sixth convoy of about 400 residents of Camp Ashraf was moved to Camp Liberty on August 29...

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Ashraf Camp to be evacuated of MKO by end of this month Camp Ashraf

Ashraf Camp to be evacuated of MKO by end of this month

There are 800 members remaining who will be moved in two batches; the first will comprise of 600 members and the second 200. The Camp shall be fully closed by the end of this month, the sources confirmed. It was intended for the camp to be the headquarters of Dijla Operations Command, which includes Diala and Kirkuk military operations,

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