Rocket Attack on Camp Hurriya in Iraq

31 October 2015

Press Statement

John Kerry Secretary of State

Washington, DCOctober 29, 2015

The United States strongly condemns today’s brutal, senseless terrorist attack on Camp Hurriya that killed and injured camp residents.

In remembrance of the lost heroes of Camp Ashraf

01 September 2015
Two years ago a horrible atrocity occurred at Camp Ashraf where residents who were members of the Peoples Mojahedn Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were massacred. Col. Wesley Martin who served as both a senior operations office for Task Force 134 and later as Base Commander of Camp Ashraf said:

The second anniversary of the massacre of PMOI members in Camp Ashraf

01 September 2015
This past Tuesday marked the second anniversary of the horrifying Camp Ashraf massacre that took place in Iran. Fifty two peaceful, unarmed and defenseless Iranian revolutionaries who were all members of Iran’s main opposition group the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were brutally slaughtered and another group of seven people including six women were abducted by the Iraqi forces at the request of the regime in Iran.

Give Chance to Moderate Forces; Revive Stability and Peace

09 June 2015

Nima Sharif

Crisis in the Iraqi scene deepen as western countries fail to offer substantive involvement in reinstating security lost in the ruins of a war that after over a decade still no one really can explain why it took place.

In Iraq today, minorities are being killed and displaced by various militia groups that are mainly supported, armed, and financed by the Iranian mullahs.  At the same time, in defiance of active Iranian regime and its Quds forces involvement in the country, Iraqi Sunnis and other minorities are taking to the sidelines as ISIS continues to make advancement in the country. 

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