Monday, 2 September 2013

Iran: Massacre in Camp Ashraf in Iraq UNAMI and US urged to provide protection

Iranian opposition leaders savagely murdered

52 members of an Iranian dissident group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI, MEK have been murdered  in an early morning attack at their camp north of Baghdad on Sunday 1 September 2013. The attack was carried out by Iraqi military and special armed forces SWAT under direct command of the office of the prime minister Nori Al-Maliki who has close links to Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, described this massacre committed by Al-Maliki’s forces at the order of the religious fascism ruling Iran, a crime against humanity and a war crime.

Iraqi security forces raided the camp Ashraf with intention to kill all 100 residents.
Pictures of martyrs show that most of them have been shot in the head and in fact Iraqi forces have delivered coups de grace on them. A number of them have been machine-gunned while their hands were tied from behind and then dealt coups de grace. A group of the martyrs were the wounded hospitalized in Ashraf’s internal clinics that were subsequently shot in the head by criminal Iraqi forces.

U.S. Department of State published a statement condemning the attack on Camp Ashraf today. "We are deeply concerned about these reports and are in regular contact with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), as well as Government of Iraq officials. We support UNAMI's efforts to conduct its own assessment of the situation and call on the Government of Iraq to fully support those efforts," the statement said.
Links: NCRI

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