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British lawmakers condemn Iraq secretly burying bodies of Camp Ashraf massacre

Call for international investigation by the International Criminal Court into the massacreand hostage-taking at Camp Ashraf on 1 September

Press Release by Parliamentary Campaign in Defence of Ashraf:

In an act of pure cowardice, the government of Iraq has secretly buried the bodies of 52 massacred Camp Ashraf residents, slain during the 1 September 2013 massacre at the camp in Iraq. A total of 52 men and women were executed on 1 September by an Iraqi SWAT team who entered Camp Ashraf at the behest of the Iranian regime, to execute the camps residents. Many of the victims were executed with their hands tied behind their backs, others while receiving treatment in the camps medical centre.

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Dutch Group ondemns Iraq's burial of 52 Camp Ashraf massacre victim in undisclosed location

Press Release by: Prof. Dr. Henk de Haan, President Dutch Group of Friends Of a Free Iran, Former chair of FAC of Dutch Second Chamber

We learned with bitter disappointment that the bodies of 52 victims of September 1, 2013 attack on Camp Ashraf were clandestinely buried. This secret burial without the presence of family members or even the UN representative who officially witnessed and signed documents so that the bodies could be transferred to a morgue in Baquba until an independent investigation is carried out, is a despicable act of the Iraqi government’s complicity in this crime against humanity and its attempts to whitewash and
cover up.

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Camp Ashraf in Iraq: Spanish court investigates a close ally of Maliki

FRAME GRAB OF A VIDEO SHOWING IRAQI FORCES ENTERING CAMP ASHRAF ON THE DAY OF MASSACREReport by AFP (Translated to English)
MADRID - A Spanish court has decided to extend an investigation into murderous raids in 2009, 2011 and 2013 against Iranian refugees camp Ashraf in Iraq to include Faleh al-Fayad, security adviser to the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

Faleh al-Fayad will be investigated for alleged crimes against the international community as president of the Ashraf Committee under the Prime Minister of Iraq, according to the decision of the Central Court of Instruction of the National Court in Madrid, dated November 21.

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Senior Euro MP: US attempts to conceal fate of Camp Ashraf hostages

Press Release by Office of Struan Stevenson
For Immediate Release-Strasbourg- 12 December 2013

US ATTEMPTS TO CONCEAL FATE OF IRAQI HOSTAGES EXPOSED BY EURO MP

A senior Euro MP has expressed astonishment at what he describes as "US attempts to conceal information about seven hostages, including six women, abducted in Iraq." Struan Stevenson, a Scottish Conservative MEP and President of the European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq has said that he was surprised by US Secretary of State John Kerry's response to a question about the hostages when he said the information was "classified".

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