NCRI - The former Foreign Minister of France Bernard Kouchner has condemned the Iraqi government’s “disgraceful” blockade since last Tuesday of food and fuel to Camp Liberty in Iraq which houses thousands of members of Iran’s main opposition group.
A former interior minister of the Iranian regime has immigrated to Iraq and will never return to Iran, a Kurdish daily in Iraq revealed on Wednesday.
The Iranian regime’s Jahan News said that the Iraqi Kurdish daily Laqin has reported that, “Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour, a former interior minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has taken residence in Iraq, where he intends to spend the rest of his life.”
THIS CLIP SHOWS MURDER AND THE MURDERER. Amir Kheiri died of traumatic brain injury during the savage crackdown on the Iranian refugees camp, Ashraf. Iraqi authorities prevented medical treatment after the raid as well.
Saturday, June 26, Taverny - On a hot summer day on June 26, with temperatures reaching as high as 34 degrees Celsius, tens of thousands from across Europe and North America took part in the largest ever Iranian gathering against the Iranian regime outside Iran. Participants expressed solidarity with the Iranian people and their uprising for democracy and also with the 3,400 members of Iran's main opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Camp Ashraf, Iraq