NCRI - This morning, at 8:15 a.m. a vehicle carrying workers was attacked by a roadside bomb fifteen kilometers west of the Ashraf City (home to members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) in Iraq). Amer Mohammad Helale was killed and six others in the same vehicle were injured.
Statements: Ashraf liberty
Thousands of Iranians rallied in Sweden in support of heroine of the People's Mojahedin Organization
NCRI - On Saturday, November 24, in a demonstration in Stockholm, Sweden, thousands of Iranians residing in the country, condemned the recent insults to heroine members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) based in Ashraf city (home to the members of the PMOI in Iraq) by the Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet. The participants expressed their support for the residents of Ashraf city, the PMOI and its struggle against religious fascism ruling Iran.
Al-Maliki's remarks against People's Mojahedin Organization sets the stage for perpetration of war crimes
NCRI - On the eve of his trip to Tehran, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al- Maliki, again talked about expelling the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) from Iraq. Speaking to Al-Iraqiya television on 6 August 2007, he said, "The presence of the PMOI in Iraq is detrimental to Iran's security. This organization is in the list of terrorist organizations and its presence in our territory is tantamount to ignoring rules, regulations and the constitution."
NCRI - This afternoon, the EU parliament unanimously passed a resolution in support of the plight of millions of Iraqi refugees and warned the international community of a major human catastrophe.
NCRI - At 5:00 pm, Saturday, July 21, terrorists dispatched by the clerical regime blew up for the second time in the past three days the water pipelines from the Tigris River to Ashraf City, at a location 18 kms to the west of Ashraf.
NCRI - According to information received, on Tuesday, July 17, the water pipelines from the Tigris River to Camp Ashraf in Iraq, the residence of members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, was blown up by agents of the mullahs' inhumane regime.
UNHCR: Camp Ashraf residents are "asylum seekers" and must "benefit from basic protection of their security and well-being"
Maryam Rajavi: UN monitoring teams must be stationed in Ashraf to secure protection and rights specified in the UNHCR statement
NCRI - The United Nations' High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) declared in a statement that the residents of Camp Ashraf are "formally asylum seekers" and called on the Government of Iraq (GoI) to extend "the deadline for the closure of the Camp."