The Iranian regime’s recent measures in Iraq’s Diyala province against opposition activists ?residing in Camp Ashraf serves as a potent example of Tehran’s meddling in Baghdad’s affairs, an Iraqi ?political leader said on Sunday. ?
The leader of Iraq’s Umma Party, Methal Al-alousi, was quoted by the Kuwaiti daily al-Rai as saying ?that a conference and photo exhibition set up by the Iranian regime’s embassy against the main ?opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) signal the regime’s new policies ?against Iraq.? Camp Ashraf is home to some 3,400 PMOI members. Last month, the clerical regime’s embassy in ?Baghdad set up a so-called exhibition against Ashraf residents in the city of Khalis in Diyala province, ?which was boycotted by the locals according to officials.?
The Iraqi leader Alalousi also demanded international and regional attempts to curb the Iranian ?regime’s expansionist designs and nuclear program.?
According to al-Rai daily, the new ambassador of the Iranian regime in Baghdad, Hassan Danaifar, ??“represents a clear and unambiguous Iranian policy line in Iraq. Prior to his appointment as ?ambassador, he was an active member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.”?