Iraq

  • Iraq urges UN to speed up relocation of MKO terrorists

    Iraq urges UN to speed up relocation of MKO terrorists

    During a meeting with Special Adviser of the UN Secretary-General for relocation of camp Hurriya (Liberty) occupants in Baghdad on Wednesday, Zebari stated that the UN needs to expedite the resettlement of the MKO terrorists outside Iraq, noting that the Iraqi government has fulfilled all…

  • Zebari: Iraq has fulfilled its obligations to the UN over MKO removal

    Zebari: Iraq has fulfilled its obligations to the UN over MKO removal

    Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari today received Jane Holl Lute, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to resettle the residents of Camp Liberty outside Iraq, who was accompanied by Georgi Euston, Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations ( UNAMI ),…

  • Maliki: Gov’t Struggling to Accelerate MKO’s Expulsion from Iraq

    Maliki: Gov’t Struggling to Accelerate MKO’s Expulsion from Iraq

    Iraqi Prime Minsiter Nuri al-Maliki underlined his government’s resolve to speed up efforts to expel the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NCRI or PMOI) members from Iraq.Speaking in a joint press conference with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon...

  • Iraqi crackdown on insurgents – al-Batat arrested

    Iraqi crackdown on insurgents – al-Batat arrested

    As a result of Iraqi Government efforts throughout Iraq to push back insurgents, Wathiq al-Batat commander of the al-Mukhtar Army militia was among those arrested. Batat has claimed responsibility for three mortar attacks on the MEK residents of Camp Liberty. It is still not know…

  • Iraq: Our obedience to UN delaying the expulsion of MKO

    Iraq: Our obedience to UN delaying the expulsion of MKO

    He said Iraq’ obedience to the UN decisions is the main reason in the inability of Iraq to expel members of the MKO group, adding that MKO’s activities may influence the Tehran-Baghdad relations. The terrorist MKO group-let based itself in Iraq during the 1980s and…

  • Iraq says no success tracing killers of Iranian dissidents

    Iraq says no success tracing killers of Iranian dissidents

    He raised the possibility that there had been a dispute within the camp and some of the attackers had come from inside it. Another scenario was that the seven missing people were behind the assault, he said. MEK numbered 4,174 members in Iraq up to…

  • Iraq demands EU move the MKO to their own countries

    Iraq demands EU move the MKO to their own countries

    with reference to the European Union’s declaration of support for the MEK /MKO/PMOI terrorist group, he demands that the EU transfer these criminals from Iraq to their home countries instead of advocating support for them in Iraq. For us they do not qualify for asylum…

  • Iraq warns EU not to support Tareq al-Hashemi and MKO terrorists

    Iraq warns EU not to support Tareq al-Hashemi and MKO terrorists

    The chairman of Iraq’s Foreign Relations Committee in Parliament, Sheikh Hamoudi, warned EU member states to deal with convicted terrorists such as the fugitive Tareq al-Hashemi and the Mojahedin Khalq terrorist organization. Ashraf News in Baghdad reported that Sheikh Hamoudi, chaired a meeting of the…

  • Iraq Rejects MEK Allegations & Demands Implementation of the Agreements

    Iraq Rejects MEK Allegations & Demands Implementation of the Agreements

    The Khalq Organization aka MKO/MEK/PMOI is accustomed to fabricating lies and disseminating them, in this regard they alleged that seven of its members had been missing in the recent events that took place in the New Iraq camp, and claimed that they were abducted by…

  • Iraq 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…

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