Iraq

  • What's next for Baghdad-Tehran ties as last MEK members leave Iraq?

    What’s next for Baghdad-Tehran ties as last MEK members leave Iraq?

    Fatima al-Zarakani, an Iraqi member of parliament for the State of Law Coalition led by Nouri al-Maliki, told Al-Monitor, "The MEK is a terrorist group. They had great cooperation with the Baathist regime to exterminate the Iraqi people. Their departure from Iraq is a major…

  • Iraq ‘deeply satisfied’ with expulsion of Mojahedin Khalq terrorists

    Iraq ‘deeply satisfied’ with expulsion of Mojahedin Khalq terrorists

    Iraq has hailed the expulsion of the remaining members of the anti-Iran Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group, describing the eviction process as an “outstanding success.” In a statement released on its website on Saturday, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry voiced its “deep satisfaction” with the…

  • Iraq to expel remaining MKO terrorists in 45 days: Iran envoy

    Iraq to expel remaining MKO terrorists in 45 days: Iran envoy

    Iran’s Ambassador to Baghdad Hassan Danaeifar said on Thursday that the Iraqi government with the cooperation of the United Nations has so far expelled 65 percent of the MKO/MEK/PMOI terrorists and the rest will be deported in 45 days. “The Iraqi government has long sought…

  • An Iran-Iraq POW’s Brother pens letter to Iraqi Prime Minister

    An Iran-Iraq POW’s Brother pens letter to Iraqi Prime Minister

    Ali Kalateh Seifari, brother of Ali Asghar Kalateh Seifari, MKO hostage in Baghdad's Camp Liberty, wrote an open letter to Iraq's Prime Minister asking for his assistance to arrange a meeting with his enslaved brother.

  • Corporate report. Iraq – in-year update December 2015

    Corporate report. Iraq – in-year update December 2015

    Officials at the British Embassy in Baghdad raised this issue with the Office of the Iraqi Prime Minister to make clear the need for an urgent and comprehensive investigation into the incident. On 11 November, the UK’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in New…

  • Iraq welcomes the omission of MEK terrorist leaders in Section on Camp Liberty of Congress Report

    Iraq welcomes the omission of MEK terrorist leaders in Section on Camp Liberty of Congress Report

    Iran Interlink spoke by telephone with one of the Iraqi officials in charge of expelling the residents of Camp Liberty from Iraq. He agreed to speak off the record to say that Iraq “welcomes and agrees with all seven articles”. He emphasised that “we noticed…

  • Iraq: A Parliamentary committee to investigate the demands of Liberty residents’ families

    Iraq: A Parliamentary committee to investigate the demands of Liberty residents’ families

    The parliamentary committee discussed the demands of the families of MKO members to visit their children in Camp Liberty in order that the administration takes proper action for the visits. They also agreed on discussing the case of Camp Liberty in future sessions of the…

  • Liberty resident's families at Iraqi Parliament

    Liberty resident’s families at Iraqi Parliament

    After the families visited Iraqi Parliament on Tuesday November 24th , the official website of the Iraqi Parliament reported that Parliamentary Committee in charge of investigation on the demands of families of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization held a meeting under the supervision of MP Arshad…

  • Iraqi Parliament take action to aid families of Liberty residents

    Iraqi Parliament take action to aid families of Liberty residents

    the official website of the Iraqi Parliament reported that Parliamentary Committee in charge of investigation on the demands of families of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization aka MKO/MEK/PMOI held a meeting under the supervision of PM Arshad Salehi on Wednesday November 25th . The meeting was…

  • Iraq: No country accepts residents of Camp Liberty except Iran

    Iraq: No country accepts residents of Camp Liberty except Iran

    He replied that “the MEK has been designated a terrorist organisation by the United Nations and the United States hence has not been eligible for refugee status after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. We have however looked at their situation with the help…

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