The relocation process of Camp Liberty residents which was due to be proceeded weekly had been stopped for 40 days due to the Christmas holidays. The MKO Cult leaders also clogged the process under different ploys.

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Eventually under the pressure of UNHCR and UNAMI office in Iraq, the cult leaders forced to comply and the relocation process resumed at February4th, 2016. So as a group of 22 residents of Temporary Transit Location (Camp Liberty) transferred to Albania, Peyvand-e Rahayee Website reported.

Though in all groups , some of the names of those transferred were supposed to be aliases the names of this last group are more likely to be fake since some high ranking members of the group who are among the “most wanted” by Interpol, were to be moved under fake identities:

  1. Bahar Abhasht
  2. Fatemeh Akbari Monfared
  3. Nushin Emami
  4. Nasrin Amirkhizi
  5. Sara Sabetfar
  6. Narges Dogmehchi
  7. Fatemeh Rahmani
  8. Hajar Sadat Darband
  9. Mahnaz Saeedi
  10. Ali Shirzadi
  11. Azadeh Sabour
  12. Kiumars Talaei
  13. Raana Abbasi
  14. Abbas Ali Abbasi
  15. Maghsoud Abbasi Shiraz
  16. Maryam Adnani
  17. Elham Farshidian
  18. Sakineh Kazemi
  19. Behnaz Momeni
  20. Zhaleh Mahramnia
  21. Niloufar Meikani
  22. Marziyeh Nabav


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