Camp Ashraf Affairs

  • UNUN envoy in Iraq urges countries to accept Iranian dissidents

    UN envoy in Iraq urges countries to accept Iranian dissidents

    The resettlement process has moved slowly because the U.N. is struggling to find countries willing to take them. U.N. officials also say that many residents have been uncooperative with the process, complicating the relocation effort.A total of 210 residents have left to other countries so…

  • USAUS welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    US welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    The United States welcomes today’s safe arrival at Camp Hurriya of the remaining 42 individuals from the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) who had been residing at Camp Ashraf...The United States reiterates its condemnation of the September 1 attack...

  • Camp AshrafUN announces transfer of remaining Iranian exiles Camp Ashraf

    UN announces transfer of remaining Iranian exiles Camp Ashraf

    “Resettlement outside Iraq is now the priority, and it is urgent that countries ready to host the residents come forward to accept them, providing them a safe future outside Iraq.”Mr. Busztin also called on the Iraqi Government to abide by its commitment to ensure maximum…

  • IraqIraq dismisses MKO’s new allegations as baseless

    Iraq dismisses MKO’s new allegations as baseless

    the spokesman for Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, said he had no information about any missing residents. He denied there are any plans by Iraq to forcibly send former Camp Ashraf residents to Iran, and he pressed for help in resettling them safely abroad.“These new…

  • Maryam RajaviDoes she still want to return to Ashraf ?

    Does she still want to return to Ashraf ?

    Regarding the fact that previous attacks on Ashraf (April 2011 and July 2009) and Liberty (February 2013 ) were warnings for the group leaders to act more seriously to transfer residents out of Iraq and to cooperate more willingly with the UN. Nonetheless, Maryam Rajavi…

  • Camp AshrafUS: Situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    US: Situation at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    We further reiterate our support for the United Nations Assistance Mission (UNAMI) and its efforts to conduct an independent fact finding investigation into this terrible event and to document what took place. We have called on the Government of Iraq to fully support UNAMI’s efforts…

  • Camp AshrafWere the Camp Ashraf victims bait for a more sinister goal?

    Were the Camp Ashraf victims bait for a more sinister goal?

    This also begs the obvious question, ‘why would the Iraqi forces brutally murder half the residents then leave the remainder free to film the victims, send the films to the MEK HQ and allow these pictures to be distributed to the world?’ What possible motivation…

  • Camp AshrafMeK: Iraqi Troops Attacked Camp Ashraf

    MeK: Iraqi Troops Attacked Camp Ashraf

    This isn’t the first time Camp Ashraf has been an issue between the MeK, a formerly US-listed terrorist organization with eyes on violent regime change in Iran, as the current Iraqi government enjoys good relations with Iran and wants the camp evacuated. If confirmed this…

  • Camp AshrafUN mission in Iraq witnesses aftermath of Ashraf attack

    UN mission in Iraq witnesses aftermath of Ashraf attack

    The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) visited the site yesterday, meeting separately with the camp’s surviving residents and the commander of Diyala’s Police.“Inside the camp, the delegation witnessed 52 bodies in a makeshift morgue,” UNAMI said in a news release, with seven people still…

  • UNBan deplores attack on Iranian exile camp north of Baghdad

    Ban deplores attack on Iranian exile camp north of Baghdad

    “The Secretary-General deplores the tragic events in Camp Ashraf today that have reportedly left 47 killed,” his spokesperson said in a statement. “He expresses his sorrow and extends his deepest condolences to the families of the victims.” Iraqi authorities have confirmed that medical support is…

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