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  • MEK Camp AshrafPossible transfer of Ashraf residents to a camp near Samawah

    Possible transfer of Ashraf residents to a camp near Samawah

    ... The source explained that"the Governor and provincial Council refusal is linked to the idea that Al Muthanna province will be a safe haven for the group. It will reflect negatively on the security reality and sabotage the security of the region."...

  • IraqEuropean countries urged to host PMOI

    European countries urged to host PMOI

    The Iraqi cabinet’s secretary general on Wednesday revealed attempts by the Iraqi government to convince European countries to host the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), which is currently based in Iraq...“There is no justification for the organization’s members to remain in Iraq,” Allaq added.The…

  • Mujahedin-e-khalq Organization Members36 MKO members now face new charges in Iraq

    36 MKO members now face new charges in Iraq

    The 36 Iranian nationals from the Mojahedin-e Khalq were originally arrested and charged with inciting and/or committing acts of violence against the police under Section 431 of Iraqi law in July 2009. Since their arrest further charges have been brought by the Government of Iraq…

  • IraqDemonstrations in Diala to deport Rajavi cult

    Demonstrations in Diala to deport Rajavi cult

    A big demonstration has taken place in the al-Khalis suburb demanding to deport the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) from Iraq, the suburb’s Mayor, Uday al-Khadran, said on Monday. PMOI media spokesperson, Mahdi Aqbaee, accused the Diala province’s police commander of arranging the demonstration,…

  • MKO Members36 PMOI members to face trial

    36 PMOI members to face trial

    Thirty-six members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) are due to stand trial in al-Khalis, according to an informed source. Last month, clashes erupted between Iraqi security forces and PMOI members at Camp Ashraf, the headquarters of the organization, leaving 10 members killed…

  • IraqDiala police commander: Iraqi forces control Camp Ashraf without any violence

    Diala police commander: Iraqi forces control Camp Ashraf without any violence

    Iraqi police forces are entirely in control of camp Ashraf where the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MKO/MEK) lives, the Diala province’s police commander said on Thursday.. Yesterday, Iraqi forces engaged with PMOI’s elements when the Organization’s operatives prevented the troops from entering Camp Ashraf…

  • IraqIraqi forces enforced security in Camp Ashraf

    Iraqi forces enforced security in Camp Ashraf

    A government spokesperson on Tuesday dismissed news that Iraqi forces had broken into Camp Ashraf earlier today, saying they entered the camp to enforce security within handover measures..The entrance of the Iraqi forces into Camp Ashraf is not a break-in, but rather a well-coordinated operation…

  • MEK ex-membersMEK helped suppressing 1991 uprising – defector

    MEK helped suppressing 1991 uprising – defector

    MEK played a prominent role in repressing the intifada in the southern Iraqi cities in 1991 as it sent forces from the organization to the cities of al-Amara and Diala, as the former regime did not rely on its soldiers more than relying on the…

  • MEK Camp AshrafCamp Ashraf leaders prevent the entry of survey team

    Camp Ashraf leaders prevent the entry of survey team

    The Iraq’s national security advisor, on Friday, said that the leadership of camp Ashraf prevented the entry of survey team of the Ministry of Human Rights who were supposed to perform their duty to identify options for the inhabitants either to return to Iran, or…

  • IraqMKO's Case in New Judicial Phase

    MKO’s Case in New Judicial Phase

    In an interview with Aswat al-Iraq, he added:"After documents and evidences were collected on MKO's involvement in killing Iraqis and plundering their properties, the case is now in judicial phase.""American forces can't protect the MKO against Iraq's judiciary, which seeks the punishment of the group."

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