NCRI - Members of the Badr Organization, commanded by Hadi al-Ameri, the current Minister of Transportation in Nouri al-Maliki's government, and a notorious agent of the Iranian regime in Iraq, are abducting and murdering Sunni youth in Diyala Province of Iraq.

Badr Organization members hanged corpses of the victims from bridges and light poles in the cities of Khalis and Baquba claiming that the victims were members of the ISIS.

Badr Organization carries out the atrocities in order to create an intense climate of fear among the public.

Badr Organization (previously known as the Badr Brigades or Badr Corps) was created in Iran in 1982 by the Iranian regime's Revolotionary Guards Corp (IRGC). Hadi al-Ameri receives his orders from IRGC's terrorist Quds Force.

Whenever Ameri visits Tehran, he meets Ali Khamenei, the Iranian regime's Supreme Leader, expresses full obedience to Khamenei as his subservient. (see picture and video)

Hadi al-Ameri has been stationed in Camp Ashraf for the past few weeks. He commands Badr force in their crimes against local population.

During this period, he has plundered a large portion of the property in Camp Ashraf belonging to the Iranian opposition, the People's Mojahedin Oraginzation of Iran (PMOI/ MEK). The stolen property includes hundreds of automobiles.

International press and the human rights organizations have reported a new wave of abductions and murders in recent weeks. The campaign of terror has resulted in many casualties among local Sunni population and has resulted in their forced eviction.

The atrocities are carried out under the supervision of the IRGC terrorist Quds Force currently commanding Nouri al-Maliki’s military forces.

According to news reports, a new 200 men contingency of the IRGC special forces entered Iraq in the past few days to carry out further atrocities.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
August 1, 2014

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