Stop Fundamentalism, 19 April, 2011 – Amnesty International called on the Iranian authorities to investigate clashes between security forces and protesters from the Ahwazi Arab region which has left three people dead according to AI.
As disturbing events of 8 April, 2011 in Camp Ashraf, Iraq still unfold, more than ever, the intentions of the Iranian regime, in persuading Nuri al-Maliki to create such massacre, which by no means will help his already pathetic public image and disgraceful record of human rights, become clear.
Original Publication: The Hill
On April 6, early in the morning, the military forces of Iraqi government, about 2500 of them, stormed the campground of the main Iranian opposition movement, the Mujahedin Organization of Iran. They killed more than 30 people and wounded many others. Among the fatalities were many women.
Original Publication: Guardian
The reporting of the crisis in Camp Ashraf following Friday morning's attack by Iraqi ground forces by Guardian stands out against the blanket of silence in most of the UK media (US 'may have broken international law' over Iraqi attack on Iranian camp, 9 April).