Iranian intelligence and terror agents sent to Camp Liberty in Iraq

Transfer of agents to Camp Liberty – No. 4

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad on Tuesday transferred a number of agents of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and terrorist Qods Force (QF) to the police station at Camp Liberty posing as relatives of residents. The agents were carrying signs with slogans against the residents.

The transfer took place with the assistance of Colonel Sadeq Mohammed Kadhim and Major Ahmed Khozair, Iraqi agents of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress the residents.

IRAQ: Siege against Iranian opposition Camp Liberty intensifies

In the third week, in addition to obstructing entry of items necessary for maintenance and repair of the infrastructures, the Iraqi forces are barring entry of basic necessities such as kitchen and hygiene equipment

NCRI - On June 3, in the third week of the intensification of the siege on Camp Liberty, by orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf, the Iraqi forces are even barring entry of basic necessities of life in addition to the items needed for maintenance and repair of electricity and water systems and camps infrastructure.

Iraq - Camp Liberty: Maintenance items for camp’s infrastructure are not allowed into the camp

On Sunday, 31 May 2015, once again and by the orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf, the Iraqi forces obstructed entry of vehicles carrying essential items for the maintenance and repair of water purification system and the electric generators, as well as other items for the camp’s infrastructure. This obstruction seriously disrupts water and electricity, as well as other vital facilities of Camp Liberty. Given the hot season, soon the residents would face a critical condition. UNAMI had been informed in advance of the arrival of these items that have been purchased by the residents.

Iraqi agents continue to block entry of essential logistics to Camp Liberty

NCRI - By the orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf, Iraqi forces are obstructing entry of vehicles carrying repair and maintenance items for the second straight week. These items are necessary for the maintenance of camp’s infrastructure and water purification system and the generators that produce camp’s electricity. If this condition is allowed to continue, camp’s infrastructures will be disrupted and considering the hot season, residents will soon experience serious crisis.

Sadeq Mohammed Kadhim and Ahmed Khozair from the Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf, are preventing entry of these items that have been purchased by residents themselves and that have been already transferred to the container that belongs to the residents.

Iraqi agents obstruct burial of Camp Liberty resident who died due to medical siege

Forty days after the passing away of Mr. Jalal Abedini due to the medical blockade, Iraqi forces still refuse to hand over his body for burial. Mr. Abedinin lost his life on April 17 because of a too late surgery on his intestine tumor in a hospital in Baghdad.

Camp Liberty: Iraqi forces block entry of service &maintenance supplies

NCRI - For the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday (20 May), the Iraqi agents stationed at the Iranian dissidents refugee camp located near Baghdad International Airport blocked the entry of vehicles to the camp that were carrying supplies needed for installation and maintenance of power generators and water filtration systems.

The measure that obstruct the provision water and electricity for the Iranian residents of Camp Liberty, causes failure of vital systems needed for minimum living condition in the camp.

Iraqi agents that continue to impose an inhuman siege on the Iranians in the camp said that they only would allow food to enter the camp.

Iraqi agents obstruct Camp Liberty residents receiving medical care

NCRI - The inhuman medical siege of Camp Liberty and intentional delay in the transfer of patients to the hospital continues that in recent days has caused a number of people to lose their medical appointments and return to camp without any result. Appointments that in some cases have been pending for months.

On April 30, 2015, the Iraqi agents hold up the patients' ambulance without any reason more than two hours at the entrance of the camp. As a result, one of the female patients lost her medical appointment.

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