If the United Nations won act regarding conditions faced by Iranian dissidents in Iraq, the United States must.
 
LONDON, March 2 (UPI) - By  BRIAN BINLEY - The mullahs ruling Iran have had little reason to be happy with the United Nations in recent weeks, being forced to cope with crippling sanctions because of their pursuit of nuclear weapons and being further isolated by the world community with every passing day.

And, at home, the government is divided and the people are restless, especially having seen the Arab Spring force long-term dictators from power.

Iranian dissidents not terrorists but face abuse in Iraq.
 
Columbia Daily TRIBUNE - By GEN. DAVID PHILLIPS Sunday, March 4, 2012

No presidential administration wants a crisis in an election year, yet 2012 finds the Obama administration careening headlong into a major showdown with Iran.

Tehran just announced it has started enriching uranium at an underground site in Ferdow, near Qom, an ominous sign of nuclear weapons production. After threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz and choke off the world's supply of oil, Tehran announced yet another military maneuver is planned for the Persian Gulf. And, among other provocations, a former U.S. Marine of Iranian descent was sentenced to execution on espionage charges.

ISJ Statement- 1 March 2012

During the past 10 days that 400 Ashraf residents have been transferred to Camp Liberty, we have received very worrisome news. Yet, contrary to the January 31 statement and promises made by the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General, Liberty does not meet humanitarian and human rights standards and encompasses a very decedent infrastructure in need of significant improvement. This place, with the pervasive presence of Iraqi armed forces and a great number of surveillance cameras and lack of freedom of movement is in practical terms a prison. This is what has instigated the loath of the international community, from the U.S. Congress to the European Parliament. In a letter, signed by every resident of Liberty to the UN Secretary General and the U.S. Secretary of Sates, Hillary Clinton on February 27, they wrote:

Mrs. Rajavi informs Secretary Clinton that if the minimum assurances are not provided at Camp Liberty, all residents of Ashraf and Liberty are prepared to leave Iraq in March with their moveable properties and temporarily relocate on the Jordanian side of the border under the supervision of the International Committee of the Red Cross and UNHCR. During the 2003 war, ICRC and the UN had set up tents to accept tens of thousands of asylum-seekers in that area.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, 2012 - Former US Officials Urge Formation of Commission of Inquiry About Conditions at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where Hundreds of Iranian Dissidents Have Relocated.
   
Mayor Richard M. Daley: Thank you.  I'm very proud to be here with such a distinguished panel.  Men and women who have devoted their great commitment to public servants and they're all public servants and a commitment to legal profession as well with Alan.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, 2012 - Former US Officials Urge Formation of Commission of Inquiry About Conditions at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where Hundreds of Iranian Dissidents Have Relocated.
     
Governor Tom RIDGE: Thank you very much for that kind introduction.  Thank you for your very warm reception. I couldn't help but think, as I think all of us have from time to time when we have assembled in your midst with your support, your strong advocacy, frankly we wouldn't be here and with limited progress we have made in the past year and a half or two would never have occurred without your sustained, loud, sustained, consistent support of your friends and relatives and those who aspire to be free at Camp Ashraf and the MEK.  We should be applauding you.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, 2012 - Former US Officials Urge Formation of Commission of Inquiry About Conditions at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where Hundreds of Iranian Dissidents Have Relocated.

Mayor Rudi Giuliani: Thank you very much, Tom.  Thank you. As Alan Dershowitz said, I'm very honored to be here on behalf of this cause.  I can't think of any better cause right now that someone can be espousing than trying to first of all protect these innocent people who already have had almost 40 of their members just last year killed and slaughtered by Maliki and the Iraqi government at the behest of Iran, had hundreds injured.   And the risk of that happening is not some fiction.  It's something we have actually seen happen over the last year. So let me see if I can summarize why we're here and make some practical suggestions about what we can do.

“This is a scandal.  This is a fraud; a fraud not involving money, but a fraud involving threats to human life.

What we need immediately is a commission of inquiry to determine how this fraud was perpetrated. Who certified, who approved that hell hole, that garbage dump?  Who said that it met United Nation's standards?”

Text of speech by Prof. Alan Dershowitz in a symposium in Washington D.C. on February 25, 2012.

HUFF POST -  By Lord Maginnis 26 Feb, 2012
At a major event in London's Queen Elizabeth II conference centre on Saturday, attended by 1,000 Anglo-Iranians, senior British jurists and MPs and US military experts called on the United Nations to intervene immediately to save the lives of 3,400 Iranian dissidents at Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty in Iraq. They described Camp Liberty as a prison and called for the 400 Ashraf residents who recently relocated to Liberty to be immediately returned to Camp Ashraf or transferred to third countries by the UN.

Former US Officials Urge Formation of Commission of Inquiry About Conditions at Camp Liberty, Iraq, Where Hundreds of Iranian Dissidents Have Relocated, According to Global Initiative for Democracy

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani called for the formation of a commission of inquiry, consisting of a group of prominent former US politicians and law enforcement officials, to visit Camp Liberty, Iraq, where some 400 Iranian dissidents are living, after they were relocated from Camp Ashraf, their home of 25 years.