We would like also to mention that all cults need an isolated place with high walls to carry out and implement the brainwashing technique on their members, the Ashraf castle in Iraq and Auvers sur Oise castle in France have provided for such purpose for pmoi terrorist cult.
It will not in effect be an MEK-run facility, this is an Iraqi facility," the official said, while stressing there would be U.N. monitors present to assure the facility does "not exist in the dark.
Recent MEK defectors from the camp interviewed by the Monitor say further dramatic acts may take place, as the deadline nears."It's clear to me, [Mr. Rajavi] wants people to get killed, and send it to the media," argues Shahram Heydari, who left the camp two months ago.
U.S. officials fear that unless MEK leader Maryam Rajavi gives her approval, there will be a bloodbath at Camp Ashraf. There are particular concerns that MEK members will clash with Iraqi security forces or commit mass suicide.
The UN refugee relocation process, in order to be successfully completed, requires unmonitored interviews between residents of Camp Ashraf. MEK blocked this process, demanding that their leadership be present during the process....
With the last U.S. soldiers on the way out and U.N. peacekeepers nowhere in sight that is a condition that can't and won't be met. It's time for the MEK - and its American mouthpieces - to drop unrealistic demands and accept a plan that offers the best chance to safeguard its members.
Regarding the assassinations of Iranian scientists, which are acts of war, have actually been carried out by followers of the dissident Iranian Mujahedin e-Khalq (MEK), the separatist Baluch Jundallah, and the Kurdish PJAK, all acting under direction from American and Israeli intelligence officers.
If residents of the camp want to seek asylum or resettlement in a third country, the ICRC will refer them to UNHCR. We may offer direct help in certain cases, for instance by issuing travel documents once the authorities of a particular country have agreed to take a person.
Notwithstanding all efforts of MKO leaders, their holding different kinds of conferences, lobbying and paying big bucks to former high-ranking US officials, the issue of Camp Ashraf and Mujahedin-e Khalq was not even mentioned during the meeting, and Obama ignored them totally.
The camp's residents are classified as a terrorist organization by many countries and thus have no legal basis to remain in Iraq. No country would accept the presence of foreign insurgents on its soil, but we will work hard to find a peaceful solution that upholds the international values of human rights...
The surprising point is that women even do not have the right to think about the opposite gender and the violators of this law would deserve prison and punishment. This is while Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserts "No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment".
The members who reside in Camp Ashraf are just like babies who are in their mothers' womb and have no idea of the outside world to which they have no contact. They listen to no news except that of the Resistance TV or Freedom TV [MKO channels]. They have been banished from visiting their families.Prisoners of Camp Ashraf.
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The UNHCR told that in order to determinate their refugee status, individual interviews will need to take place in a safe, neutral and confidential location. Also the Iraqi government has signaled to support this procedure.
The paid speeches by prominent Republicans and Democrats were part of a continuing effort to persuade the American government to remove the group from the State Department's official list of foreign terrorist organizations.
What makes it astonishing is the object of their attention: a fringe Iranian opposition group, long an ally of Saddam Hussein that is designated as a terrorist organization under United States law and described by State Department officials as a repressive cult despised by most Iranians and Iraqis.
We have precise information that several teams of suicide bombers and terrorists have been readied by the US to infiltrate Iran through its Eastern borders (with Afghanistan) in order to conduct operations in border cities to increase people's discontent (at the government) and intimidate the public.
The MEK does not have the capabilities to support a large-scale revolution. The MEK's activities have been reduced in recent years and it faces a growing problem with recruiting younger generations.
In an August rally outside the State Department, Kennedy declared, "One of the greatest moments was when my uncle, President [John F.] Kennedy stood in Berlin and uttered the immortal words ‘Ich bin ein Berliner,'" Kennedy exclaimed. "Today, I'm honored to repeat my uncle's words, by saying [translated from Farsi] ‘I am an Iranian, I am an Ashrafi.'"
In 1983, Donald Rumsfeld, President Ronald Reagan's envoy to Saddam Hussein arranged to move the MEK to Iraq. In the isolation of Camp Ashraf, Iraq, Rajavi turned the group into a cult.