Monday, March 05, 2012


According to the secretariat of the NCRI on March 3rd, Mrs. Rajavi the president elect of National Council of Resistance of Iran informed Secretary Clinton that if the minimum assurances are not provided at Camp Liberty, all residents of Ashraf and Liberty are prepared to leave Iraq in March with their moveable properties and temporarily relocate on the Jordanian side of the border under the supervision of the International Committee of the Red Cross and UNHCR. During the 2003 war, ICRC and the UN had set up tents to accept tens of thousands of asylum-seekers in that area. She added: to ensure that the Jordanian government maintains control and feels assured, the area will be fenced by the residents, who will not leave the premises until being resettled in third countries, except for patients who could not be treated within the fenced area.
Maryam Rajavi said: As such, there will be no need for
Liberty detention center and the chain of problems and difficulties. At the same time, this will demonstrate maximum flexibility on the part of the NCRI and the residents of Ashraf and the Iraqi government will also achieve what it desires the most.
She stressed that this plan does not require any budget or cost as far as the UN, the
US and the EU are concerned. Flattening the land, installing tents, providing logistical support, services and construction materiel will be undertaken and paid for in full by the residents and under the supervision of Jordanian authorities. Electrical power generators will be transferred from Ashraf. The residents’ fixed property will be sold under the supervision or arbitration of the UN and the US and the proceeds will be used to relocate and resettle the residents in third countries.
 Mrs. Rajavi appealed to Secretary Hilary Clinton, the UN Secretary General, Baroness Ashton, Antonio Guterres, Navi Pillay and the ICRI President to announce their agreement with, and support for, this relocation to end the crisis in Ashraf and the slaughter of its residents once and for all.
The NCRI say that the assurances that were given by Mr. Martin Kobler to the residence were not met at camp liberty where 400 of Ashraf residents reside as of Feb. 18, 2012.

The National council of Resistance of Iran said in a statement on March 3rd that according to an accurate statistical evaluation based on eyewitness reports gathered by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran Social Headquarters Inside Iran from 17,000 ballot boxes throughout the country, the mullahs’ Majlis elections was the most sluggish, low-turnout and humiliating sham elections in its shameful 33-year rule.
Based on these reports gathered from over 100 cities, participation in various cities did not even reach 3 percent. Boycott of these elections in
Tehran and other major cities including Shiraz, Isfahan, Ahwaz and Tabriz was on a greater scale. Despite all the stage-setting measures, the state television even in the most crowded hours was not able to show scenes of large crowds in polling stations even from Tehran’s most populated areas.
Based on top secret reports of the regime’s Interior Ministry obtained by the Iranian Resistance, the number of participants in most cities was far lower than the last round of these elections held four years ago. Fearing a large scale boycott, Khamenei had ordered in advanced for the number of participants in these elections to be announced at over 60 percent. In addition to implementing the necessary measures for rigging the statistics and issuing a fatwa encouraging the regimes forces to participate, in the first hour of the voting Khamenei went as far as describing these sham elections as “similar to prayers” and “an agreement with God”, and called on the people to take part in the elections “for the sake of country’s security and immunity”.
In this regard and under Khamenei’s orders, days before the elections the Guardian Council and Ahmadinejad had agreed on the method of increasing the number of voters and rigging the statistics in order to forge the elections to the utmost extent. The Interior Ministry announced there is no need for National Cards to vote and people can use IDs that may be old or even lack pictures.To force the people to vote, the regime’s elements had spread rumours that receiving subsidies for each individual is subject to voting.
The amount of fraud in these elections, especially by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards and Bassij forces, and buying people’s votes reached a point where the regime’s own officials described it as a disgrace for the system. Due to the unexpected low-turnout in these shame elections, voting was increased for 5 hours in order to provide more time for fraud and vote-rigging.
In other news as expected Khatami the regime’s former president and Hashemi Rafsanjani who is after Khamenie’s post came to the rescue and voted.