mercredi 31 juillet 2013
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mardi 30 juillet 2013
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L’ambassadeur des mollahs charge des terroristes liés à la Force Qods de bombarder Liberty pendant le Ramadan
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lundi 29 juillet 2013
Les cinq membres du comité de la mort
Khomeiny a mis en place une « commission d'amnistie » dans les prisons. En réalité, il s’agissait d’un comité de la mort composé de trois individus : un représentant du ministère du Renseignement (Vevak), un juge religieux et un procureur. C’est au Vevak que revenait la décision finale. Ils tenaient un procès de quelques minutes. Ils demandaient surtout si le ou la détenu(e) était fidèle à l'OMPI. Les Moudjahidine constituaient plus de 90 % des détenus. Si les prisonniers n'étaient pas disposés à collaborer totalement avec le régime contre l'OMPI, c’était considéré comme un signe de sympathie avec l'organisation et la peine était l’exécution immédiate. La tâche du comité de la mort était de déterminer si un prisonnier était un ennemi de Dieu ou non. Dans le cas des prisonniers Moudjahidine, cette décision était souvent prise après une seule question sur leur affiliation à un parti. Ceux qui disaient « Moudjahidine » plutôt que le péjoratif « Monafeghine » étaient envoyés à la potence.
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dimanche 28 juillet 2013
IRANIAN OPPOSITION WARNS OF PENDING ATTACKS IN NEXT DAYS ON CAMP LIBERTY, IRAQ, WHERE MEK MEMBERS ARE CURRENTLY RESIDING
Saturday, 27 July 2013
INU - Paris- In a statement issued today, the National Council of Resistance of Iran announced that it has received reports from inside Iran, indicating that Hassan Danaifar, clerical regime’s ambassador to Baghdad, has ordered Iraqi groups affiliated with the Iranian regime to again rocket attacks on Camp Liberty during the holy month of Ramadan.
According to the NCRI statement, last week Danaifar summoned to the regime’s embassy leaders of Asaib al-Haq and Iraqi Hezbollah groups, as well as senior Iraqi security officials and members of the Ashraf and Liberty Suppression Committee in the Iraqi Prime Ministry.
NCRI statement said that another attack would likely be launched on July 28-July 30, to coincide with the annual ritual, mourned by Shiites, marking the anniversary of the martyrdom of Ali, Shiites’ first Imam.
Tehran's ambassador has promised the Iraqi groups 107mm missiles and advanced machineguns in return, the NCRI statement added. Danaifar told members of the Suppression Committee to escalate pressures on Camp Liberty to make the situation intolerable for the residents.
About six months after the February 9 attack, the Government of Iraq (GoI) continues to obstruct the provision of minimum security requirements to Camp Liberty at the residents’ own expense. Hundreds of meetings with, as well as letters and phone calls to U.S., Iraqi and UN officials in this regard have been futile.
In the camp’s management meeting on July 23, GoI’s representative informed the residents that his government opposes returning the protective T-walls, transferring the protective vests and helmets and medical equipment from Camp Ashraf to Liberty. He even opposed the entry of 200 shovels and hacks to the camp to dig rudimentary trenches.
On February 11, the U.S. Embassy in Iraq declared that attacks similar to February 9 may recur at any time. The U.S. Embassy warned on July 26: “Terror attacks have claimed lives of several hundred people since February 2013, and such terror attacks may occur at any time.”
Underscoring the responsibility of United States and United Nations for the protection of Liberty residents, and considering that they were transferred to Camp Liberty with guarantees from the U.S. and the UN, the Iranian resistance called for immediate action to prevent a new massacre and to provide the minimum security requirements for Camp Liberty.
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samedi 27 juillet 2013
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vendredi 26 juillet 2013
Some fires were deliberately set for repressive and security objectives; others due to lack of attention by relevant government agencies
According to the mullahs’ regime media, in forest fires that began in the beginning of hot season in vast areas of forests in northern, western and southern Iran, irrecoverable losses were inflicted on Iran’s national assets. Considering the increase of temperature and decrease of humidity, such fires could have been fully predictable, and preventing fires or at least containing them and decreasing losses could have been fully feasible by setting up fire stations, constant patrols and taking necessary measures.
The regime’s media, which always keep silence about these news or report the losses much less than the reality, reported that: “During past thirteen days, at least there were 10 widespread fire incidents in different locations in north, west and south of the country and several thousand hectares of pastures and forests of Hirkani, Zagros, Arasbaran and Irani- Torni burnt in fire. Hundreds of hectares of forest lands of the country from Latian Park in Tehran, wildlife conservation in Miankaleh, forests of Noorabad in Mamassani, forests of Pariz in Kerman, Shahanshah land in Khorramabad, forests of Golestan, Sanandaj, Dalahu, Pasargad, Jangal Abr and Arasbaran and also thousands of hectares of forests in the region of Estahban in Fars province caught fire. (Etemad state-run newspaper- July 20, 2013)
According to local residents, fires in forests of Nowsoud and Nowdesheh in Kurdistan on July 12 and 13 were lit deliberately by IRGC. They say such fires have happened repeatedly in farms and forests of Kurdistan for “military and security” objectives in an attempt to have better control on border areas. Thus, the governor’s office or the fire department takes don’t do anything to extinguish the fire. Repressive forces even prevent people who try to put out fire.
Mullahs’ negligence to such disasters comes at a time that - thanks to the mullahs’ regime rule - desert and wasteland areas are growing every day and forests are being destroyed increasingly. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), “Iran’s forest areas are 11,075,000 hectares … which is 7% of the total area of Iran” (State-run daily Etemad- November, 12 2012). A decrease in the area of country’s forests from 18,000,000 hectares to less than 12,000,000 hectares shows that more than 33% of forests have been destroyed during the mullahs’ rule.
The clerical regime refrains allocating any budget or providing minimum equipment to deal with these disasters. While the regime’s suppressive units use different kinds of helicopters to brutally crack down on protesters, there are no helicopters and equipment to control fire incidents in forests and pastures, and contrary to other countries, the regime does not use military in these incidents for extinguishing fire.
The mullahs’ regime has brought nothing but massacre and destruction for the Iranian people. All country’s assets have been spent either for suppression of oppressed people or on ominous nuclear projects and export of terrorism and fundamentalism, or have been plundered by the regime leaders and their families.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
July 22, 2013
July 22, 2013
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mercredi 24 juillet 2013
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Le point de vue de l’ex-directeur des Droits de l'Homme de la Mission d'Assistance des Nations Unies en Irak
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