During his visit to Iran, on 22-23 April, Nori Al-Maliki  along with his security advisor, Faleh Fayaz al-Ameri, who heads the Iraqi Prime Ministry Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf residents, presented an extensive report of their measures against residents of Camp Ashraf and Liberty to Ahmadinejad and Ghasem Soleimani, commander of the Quds terrorist forces receiving their commendations.  The Iranian regime is commissioning the government of Iraq to do the following as a condition to continue its support for the shaky Premierships of  Nori Al-Maliki:

Preventing the injured and disabled from taking their daily necessities to Camp Liberty

Alzaman Independent Newspaper: April 30, 2012

According to published news in media, the Iraqi authorities prevented the fourth group of Ashraf residents from taking the basic necessities for the injured and disabled in this group while moving to Liberty despite the fact that most individuals are fully or partially paralyzed and were by no means able to move unless on wheelchairs.  Below are some of their statements:

According to reliable information obtained from inside Iran, last month a delegation of the ICRC  travelled from Tehran to Baghdad  to establish so called family relationships favored by the Iranian regime, in order for the residents to return to Iran and submit to the "Islamic Republic."

An internal report of the mullahs' regime states: "The situation in Camp Liberty is very harsh and like prison which would make people think about their families and return to Islamic Republic.

Camp Liberty - No. 28

While two and a half months has passed since the transfer of Ashraf residents to Camp Liberty has started, cruel and inhuman siege of residents that had begun two and a half years ago in Camp Ashraf, continues in Camp Liberty.

1 - Iraqi forces prevent workers from entering for repairs to sanitary services. Camp Liberty showers made for American soldiers, do not have doors. After several weeks endeavoring, finally, residents were able to buy a number of doors and bring to Camp Liberty. But now they can not install the doors and locksmiths are prevented from coming to Camp Liberty.

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Written declaration 516
Coinciding with the Iraqi Prime Minister's recent visit to Tehran, pressure on residents of Camps Ashraf and Liberty has been intensified. The Iraqi government deployed armoured vehicles in Camp Liberty on 20 April and has removed T-walls surrounding the trailers, which are protective shields against explosions and sand storms. It is also refusing to implement agreements with the SRSG concerning the police presence in the camp. Inhumanely, the government is preventing the transfer of special vehicles and trailers for people with disabilities.

Camp Liberty - No. 27

In a brazen violation of agreements with the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General (SRSG) -Martin Kobler's March 16, 2012 letter-, in a provocative and utterly anti-humane act, at 10 AM on Wednesday, April 25, a vehicle of Iraqi armed forces, in its way inside the residential section 4 hit three of Liberty residents.  As a result, three members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, Mehdi Kamali, Morteza Qare-Ughlan, and Hamzeh Qaderi were injured.

The Iraqi vehicle had entered the residential section unlawfully with a crane to remove the T-walls that are protective shields of the residential quarters against explosions and mortar attacks and met with the residents' protest for that matter.

News Leadder - By: Gen. David Phillips, Col. Wesley Martin, Lt. Col. Leo McCloskey  Apr. 25, 2012

One year ago this month, the peace at a refugee camp under the “protection” of Iraq’s government was shattered as Iraqi soldiers murdered 36 defenseless Iranian dissidents and left hundreds injured. Despite calls from the U.S. Congress, the European Union and the United Nations, there has been no independent inquiry into the incident. No one has been held accountable.

• Iranian Resistance calls on the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to prohibit all UN agencies and staff to talk and deal with the religious fascism ruling Iran
regarding its opposition particularly about residents of Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty.

On return from Tehran and following the meetings with security officials of the clerical regime including Qasem Soleimani, chief of the terrorist Qods force, last night Maliki’s security advisor, Faleh Fayaz Al-Ameri, said on Iraqi state television that it is natural “to discuss the issue of the 'terrorist' organization of  Mojahedin with the Iranian party”. The security advisor added, “Mr. Martin Kobler, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Iraq, has talked in details with Iraqi and Iranian parties through the Iranian Embassy or other channels communicating with Iran in order to provide the requirements for implementation of the understanding which has been agreed on between him and Iraq to close camp Ashraf and put an end to the presence of this organization on Iraqi territory. Talks included the mechanisms and Iran’s role in what has to be done to solve this matter”.

Just demands of Ashraf residents for transferring the fifth group to Liberty

Simultaneous with the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki’s trip to Tehran to meet khamenei and expand mutual relations, the mullahs' regime announced that exchanges between the two countries has risen by 50% during the last Iranian year 1390 (March 21, 2011- March 21, 2012 ) compared to previous year thus reaching 9.7 billion dollars, and it will further reach 12 billion dollars in the current year. The GoI has provided best assistance to the Iranian regime to get round the UN sanctions and according to the regime’s media and officials, Syria, Bahrain and the issue of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) will be discussed in Maliki's meeting with Khamenei.

Call on the United Nations, United States and the European Union

Prevent the theft and looting of over 500 million dollars of  Ashraf residents' belongings and properties

NCRI - While half of Ashraf residents have been transferred to Camp Liberty and others are under pressure to move, their movable and immovable properties still remain to be unsettled and there are increasing signs that clerical regime's proxies in Iraq intend to steal, loot and seize them.