Hirelings of Iranian regime intelligence and Quds Force transferred to Camp Liberty for third time under guise of families
Thousands of families inside and outside Iran are not granted visas to visit their loved ones in Iraq and hundreds of them have been arrested, imprisoned and even executed
NCRI - This morning, September 14, over 20 hirelings of the Iranian regime’s intelligence ministry and terrorist Quds Force were once again shuttled to Camp Liberty under the pretext of “residents’ families”. They were taken to Camp Liberty by the Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf residents headed by Faleh Fayyad using a minibus escorted by Iraqi security forces. They were stationed at the entrance to the police station in Camp Liberty to continue the psychological torture of the residents.
NCRI - The committee in charge of suppressing Camp Liberty residents, supervised by Faleh Fayyad, has intensified the blockade of Camp Liberty simultaneous with the transfer to Liberty on September 7 and 10 of a group of agents of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry and the terrorist Quds Force who are disguised as families of residents.
Accordingly, on Wednesday, September 9, Iraqi forces prevented four residents with appointments for eye-surgery from going to hospital in Baghdad. The appointments had been made a long time in advance.
MOIS and terrorist Quds Force elements sent to Camp Liberty under cover of residents’ relatives by Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad and Iraqi security officials under the command of Faleh Fayyad
This morning, September 10, more than 20 mercenaries of the Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry (MOIS) and terrorist Quds Force (QF) were transferred to Camp Liberty under the guise of “residents’ relatives.”
MOIS and terrorist Quds Force elements transferred to Camp Liberty under cover of family members by Iranian regime’s embassy and Governmental Committee tasked to suppress residents run by Faleh Fayyad
NCRI - This morning, September 7, over twenty hirelings of the Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry (MOIS) and the terrorist Quds Force (QF) were transferred to Camp Liberty under the well-known pretext of “residents’ families”. These hirelings were transferred in a minibus by the regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Camp Liberty that works under Iraq's National Security Advisor Faleh Fayyad.
NCRI - On Thursday, September 3, the Iraqi forces under the command of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf that works under the supervision of Faleh Fayyad, obstructed entry of spare parts for electric generators to Camp Liberty for the second straight day.
At the beginning of the summer with temperature hitting over 50 degrees Celsius, a number of Camp Liberty’s dilapidated generators have broken down completely and need an overhaul. Residents bought the necessary spare parts at their own expense and with great difficulty, but the parts have not been allowed into the camp.
27th martyr of medical blockade in Camp Liberty
Multiple warnings from doctors and representatives of Liberty about the obstructions of Iraqi forces in treatment of Abdul Ali Ghanbari and the need for his faster transfer to Europe went unheeded
Mrs. Rajavi calls to end prison making and the inhumane medical siege of Liberty residents
On Wednesday morning, September 2, 2015, PMOI member Abdul Ali Ghanbari with 4 decades of dedication in the struggle against the Shah's and the clerical regime, died in hospital in Albania due to cancer and delay in his treatment because of inhumane medical siege of Liberty. He is the 27th martyr of medical siege on Ashraf and Liberty.
NCRI - On Sunday, August 23, upon orders from the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf that works under Faleh Fayyad, the National Security Advisor of the Government of Iraq, Iraqi officers stopped four Camp Liberty patients from going to the hospital in Baghdad. This is the second time that these patients who have eye surgeries scheduled for a long time in a hospital in Baghdad are prevented from going to the hospital.
Meanwhile, on Thursday, August 20, this committee also opposed the transfer of four other patients seeking ear treatment to a hospital in Baghdad. Previously, on August 16, the Iraqi forces had prevented these same eight people from going to the hospital.