Yesterday Saturday Nov. 28, a group of Iranian-Canadians gathered in front of Canadian Parliamanet to condemned the wave of executions, arrests,... in Iran, stressing that Khamenei(Iranian regime's supreme leader) and ISIS are two faces of the same coin. They shouted: "Stop appeasing terrorist regime in Iran".
This protest drew a lot of attentions.
The installation of new cameras is while a month after the deadly missile attack on Oct. 29, the Iraqi forces prevent entry of the necessary construction machinery into the camp to clean up the rubles and they obstruct entry of basic items needed for repairs, such T-walls.
On the other hand and according to Iranian resitance statement Nov. 26, in complicity with an infamous agent of the Qods Force, Abbas Albayati affiliated with Nouri al-Maliki, the Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Camp Liberty residents headed by government’s security advisor Faleh Fayyaz, arranged for a group of regime’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and Qods Force hirelings disguised as the residents’ families to visit the parliament of Iraq on November24, 2015, in an obvious attempt to take advantage of meetings with a number of legislators, including Hamam Hamoudi and Arshad Salehi. The measure is intended to repeat the regime’s fabrications against Liberty residents and pave the way for future massacres.
NCRI added: the next stage of this theatrics was the convening of a meeting on November 25 at parliament’s Human Rights Commission, together with the suppression committee, dubbed “Supreme Committee of Camp Hurriya [Liberty] at the Prime Ministry”.
In this meeting, according to the website of Parliament of Iraq, the “requests of relatives” of the residents and “their wish to see their children” in Camp Liberty “was put forward for the adoption of necessary measures by the government to arrange this visit” and moreover, “it was agreed that the file of Camp Hurriya be presented to the upcoming sessions of the parliament”.
The Iranian Resistance calls on the presidency of Parliament of Iraq and the legislators who wish for an independent Iraq not dominated by the Iranian regime to condemn the presence of these hirelings at the parliament and not to allow the Iranian regime and its Iraqi proxies to turn Parliament of Iraq into a tool to justify the next slaughters of the Iranian refugees that are under international protection.
If the issue of Camp Liberty is to be discussed at the parliament, then the agency to look into it is surely not the suppression committee whose officials have to stand trial for crime against humanity. At such a session, residents’ lawyers and representatives, the representatives of 4000 legislators from Europe and U.S., and the representatives of Arabic parliaments should present the file of crimes against humanity perpetrated against the residents by the Iranian regime and its proxies in Iraq (by individuals such as Maliki and Faleh Fayya) to the parliament.
Moreover, the Iranian Resistance calls on the Iraqi government to agree to a visit to Camp Liberty by representatives and lawyers of the residents inside and outside Iraq, representatives of 4000 parliamentarians at the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ), representatives of the International Committee of Jurists in Defense of Ashraf (composed of 8500 jurists), the Arab Delegation in Defense of Ashraf, the Arab-Islamic Committee in Defense of Ashraf headed by Sid Ahmed Ghozali former Prime Minister of Algeria, parliamentary groups in defense of Ashraf at the European Parliament, British Parliament, U.S. Congress, and parliaments of Canada and European and Arab countries, along with representatives of parliament of Iraq, so that they assess the situation with adequate time and speak in private with the residents and to present their report to pertinent international agencies and the public. Anyone not looking to implement Iranian regime’s wishes and having Liberty as a prison and slaughtering its residents will surely welcome this suggestion that ensures respect for the principles of human rights, refugee rights, and the international conventions.
The statement dated Nov. 25, reads: The record of two years presidency of Rouhani is nothing but increase of suppression including 2,000 executions, amputations, acid attacks on women and girls, and increased catastrophic poverty, prostitution and addiction.
The last week resolution of the UN General Assembly's Third Committee and condemnation of human rights violations in Iran, which was adopted on November 28, leaves no doubt of the necessity of giving priority to Iranian asylum-seekers. Some Iranian political refugees in Greece have sewn their lips and are on hunger strike for being refused entry.
Guards mercenaries and militiamen appear to be dying in Syria’s civil war, according to credible observers monitoring the situation in Syria.
A flurry of reports in Iran’s official and semi-official news outlets about the deaths — including funerals and even a eulogy to a killed general by Khamenei — have surprised analysts who monitor the country’s tightly controlled media. The reports, they say, indicate that at least 67 Iranian revolutionary guards have been killed in Syria since the beginning of October.
Iran has been a key military and financial backer of Syrian President Bashar Assad during nearly five years of civil war, viewing his government as critical for projecting Iranian influence across the region.
'We have irrefutable evidence they were recruited into an Iranian spying ring,' he told reporters in the capital Nairobi, indicating that other unidentified security agencies had helped 'uproot this network'.
'The mission of that ring was to mount terror attacks in this city, not only targeting Western interests but targeting our people as well.'
Abubakar Sadiq Louw was recruited 'a number of years ago' and had been instructed to 'recruit other Kenyans into the network', including Juma, with the pair making 'a number of trips to Iran in which they met their handlers' and where they had been 'given targets and given money.' Police gave no further details about the alleged Iranian group the men were linked to.
The announcement was made a day after Pope Francis ended a three-day visit to Kenya, where security was a major concern.
Iranians are treated with particular suspicion in Kenya.
In May 2013, a Kenyan court sentenced two Iranians to life in prison for terror-related charges, including possessing explosives allegedly to be used in bomb attacks.
Ahmed Mohammed, 50, and Sayed Mansour, 51, were found guilty of possessing 15 kilos (33 pounds) of the powerful explosive RDX, which police found hidden in a hole on a golf course.
At the time, the court said they were believed to have links to a network planning bombings in Nairobi and the eastern port of Mombasa, the country’s second largest city. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused Iran of plotting anti-Israeli attacks in Kenya.
Five men were part of a group of at least ten prisoners that their execution had been scheduled for November 24.
The five victims, Said Najafi, Farshad Haqi, Mohammad Baygi, Mohammad Polombeh and Alireza Shahi had been transferred to isolation on Saturday.
There has been no public announcement of these executions by prison officials.
Amnesty International said on Monday that Alireza Shahi did not have a fair trial and “after his arrest he was placed in detention for two weeks where he says he was tortured and otherwise ill-treated to confess. He was also denied access to both a lawyer and his family.”
“It is always cruel and inhumane to take away an individual’s life by hanging but the cruelty is compounded when the execution follows an unfair trial which has relied on coerced confessions, and ignored allegations of torture and other ill-treatment,” said Said Boumedouha, Deputy Director of Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Program.
“The rate of executions in Iran is deplorable which, if they continue at the current rate, could reach more than 1,000 this year. In case after case we hear allegations of torture, fundamentally flawed trials, all in breach of international law and standards,” Amnesty International said.
The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency or IAEA is required under a deal between world powers and Iran which provides for a lifting of sanctions against the regime in exchange for restrictions on its nuclear program.
A clear verdict that weapons-related work occurred, would have made it difficult for the deal to proceed, but diplomats have said for weeks that they do not expect the report to be clear-cut, which IAEA chief Yukiya Amano confirmed on Thursday. "The report will not be black and white," Amano told a news conference when asked about the final assessment of possible military dimensions, or PMD, file which is due next week. "What I can now say is that this is an issue that cannot be answered by 'yes' and 'no'," Amano said.