Iraq admits 7 Camp Ashraf hostages have been detained by its security forces
After 11 days, Iraqi government admits the seven PMOI members taken hostage have been detained by Iraqi security forces
Mrs. Rajavi demanded urgent intervention of US Secretary of State, UN Secretary General, High Commissioner for Refugees and ICRC to secure the immediate release of the seven hostages
NCRI - Kamal Amin, spokesman for the so-called Ministry of Human Rights of Iraq said today: “Iraqi security forces have detained these individuals for attacking their own forces (Iraqi security forces).” (Voice of Free Iraq, September 12, 2013).
As such, 11 days after repeated denials, the Iraqi government accepted responsibility for the abduction of seven members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and said that the seven missing PMOI members have been detained by the security forces. He preposterously claimed that they had been arrested because they had attacked the security forces.
The Iranian Resistance’s President-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, demanded urgent action by the US Secretary of State, the UN Secretary General, the High Commissioner for Refugees and the ICRC to secure the immediate release of the seven hostages and their return [to Liberty].
In recent days the seven hostages were seen in blue prison uniforms in Maliki's Golden division.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
September 12, 2013