Absurd show by the Iranian regime’s embassy and Iraq’s Prime Ministry against Ashraf and preparing the ground for another crime

Setting up new towers for installing more loudspeakers to intensify psychological torture

This morning, Friday, February 18, the mullahs’ regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Ashraf Suppression Committee in the Iraqi Prime Ministry,  dispatched a number of Iraqi hirelings of the terrorist Quds Force along with the agents of the Iranian regime’s Intelligence to pretend that the people of Iraq demand expulsion of the PMOI from Iraq. The Iraqi forces under the command of Nouri al-Maliki prepared necessary facilities to stage this show. The Diyala fifth Division and the Diyala Police protected the agents in the scene. The people refrained to participate in this demonstration and most of the buses rented by the embassy had no passengers when they arrived at the scene.

In yet another attempt, the Iraqi forces set up yesterday two new towers in the southern and eastern flank of Ashraf to install more loudspeakers and intensify psychological torture against Ashraf residents.
These measures were conducted by Ali Navidi and Nasseri in the regime’s embassy, and by Jabbar Ma’mourin and Nafe’ Issa, two agents of the Quds Force, in the scene. Nafe’ Issa returned yesterday from his trip to Iran. At the end of this ridiculous show, the message of Danaii-far, the regime’s ambassador to Iraq, war read out to the audience requesting departure of the PMOI from Ashraf.

Severely afraid of the growing uprising in Iran and widespread domestic and international support for Ashraf, the mullahs’ regime has asked Nouri al-Maliki, who himself is engulfed with massive popular protests, to intensify pressures against Ashraf.

The Iranian Resistance asks the United Nations and the US forces to not allow the two governments that are about to be drowned in the waves of popular uprisings, to create another humanitarian catastrophe in Ashraf.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
February 18, 2011

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