Corporate report. Iraq – in-year update December 2015

Corporate report. Iraq – in-year update December 2015

Foreign_and_Commonwealth_OfficeForeign & Commonwealth Office, London, April 27 2016:… Officials at the British Embassy in Baghdad raised this issue with the Office of the Iraqi Prime Minister to make clear the need for an urgent and comprehensive investigation into the incident. On 11 November, the UK’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in New York underlined our concerns in the Security Council and to the Iraqi Permanent Representative. The GOI has begun an investigation … 

لرد کارلایل سر لابی جدید مجاهدین خلق در پارلمان انگلستانParliamentarians (Lord Carlile and others) lose Maryam Rajavi court battle

Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) leaders liable for members’ killings in Iraq

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Corporate report. Iraq – in-year update December 2015

This is an update to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2014 Human Rights and Democracy Report. (Published 21 April 2016)

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On 29 October, rockets were fired at Camp Liberty, a temporary transit location for members of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, killing 24 residents and injuring others. FCO Minister for the Middle East, Tobias Ellwood, condemned the incident and called on the GOI to bring those responsible to justice. Officials at the British Embassy in Baghdad raised this issue with the Office of the Iraqi Prime Minister to make clear the need for an urgent and comprehensive investigation into the incident. On 11 November, the UK’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in New York underlined our concerns in the Security Council and to the Iraqi Permanent Representative. The GOI has begun an investigation, which we are following. We continued work with the UN High Commission for Refugees which is assessing applications made by residents for relocation.

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Full Report:

The overall human rights situation in Iraq remained of grave concern between July and December 2015. The government of Iraq (GoI), with the support of the Global Coalition to counter Daesh, has made military progress against Daesh, but the humanitarian situation has deteriorated, with the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) rising to over 3.3 million.

Daesh and associated armed groups continued to commit atrocities. These included abduction and murder; punishments of stoning and amputations; systematic persecution of communities because of their religion or ethnicity; sexual violence and sexual slavery; forcible recruitment and use of children in conflict; and attacks on religious sites. As areas have been liberated from Daesh, mass graves have been discovered, highlighting the appalling numbers of civilians Daesh have executed. The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq recently published a report that highlighted the systematic abuses perpetrated by Daesh. They reiterated their view that these acts may, in some instances, amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity, and possibly genocide.

Violence against women and girls remains common in Daesh-held areas. Reports estimate that over 1,500 women remain captives of Daesh – traded and sold by Daesh fighters as sex slaves. There are also reports of women being stoned to death, often on charges of adultery as a result of coming into contact with men to whom they are not related. Daesh has worked to remove women and girls from public life, taken away their independence, and placed them entirely under the control of men.

Levels of terrorist violence and numbers of civilian casualties in Iraq have remained high since July. According to the UN more than 1,794 people were killed in Baghdad between July and December. The UN reported that at least 3,520 civilians and 2,436 members of the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) have been killed since July. This does not include accurate figures for Anbar province, meaning that the total number is likely to be higher.

Reports of sectarian atrocities and human rights abuses and violations have increased as areas have been liberated from Daesh. These include allegations of abuses and violations committed by the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF), Kurdish Security Forces (KSF), Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF) and militias. Human Rights Watch has alleged that the ISF and militias have committed possible war crimes in their fight against Daesh, particularly in areas liberated from Daesh, such as Tikrit.

The GoI did not carry out any executions between July and December, although they retain the death penalty, and death sentences were handed down during this period. President Fuad Masum continued to review all death penalty warrants to ensure that all sentences had been passed by legitimate trials and without the use of forced confessions. An unofficial moratorium on the use of the death penalty had been in place in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) since 2008. However, on 12 August, one man and two women were executed by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) for the abduction and murder of two schoolgirls. Media reports suggest that there are currently over 205 people on death row in the KRI.

On 29 October, rockets were fired at Camp Liberty, a temporary transit location for members of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, killing 24 residents and injuring others. FCO Minister for the Middle East, Tobias Ellwood, condemned the incident and called on the GOI to bring those responsible to justice. Officials at the British Embassy in Baghdad raised this issue with the Office of the Iraqi Prime Minister to make clear the need for an urgent and comprehensive investigation into the incident. On 11 November, the UK’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in New York underlined our concerns in the Security Council and to the Iraqi Permanent Representative. The GOI has begun an investigation, which we are following. We continued work with the UN High Commission for Refugees which is assessing applications made by residents for relocation.

On 29 September, Department for International Development Minister, Desmond Swayne, announced that the UK would provide an additional £20m in UK aid funding to support the humanitarian response in Iraq. This brings the UK’s contribution to £79.5m. The funding will provide medical care, clean water and improved sanitation, shelter, cash support and other essentials to displaced Iraqis.

In October, the FCO hosted the Iraqi Minister of Justice, Haider al Zamali, and the Deputy Head of the Shura Council in London for a three-day fact-finding visit. As part of this, a Prisoner Transfer Agreement between the UK and Iraq was signed. The Minister also visited Belmarsh prison to find out how the UK had modernised an existing prison, talked to the Judicial Training College about possible collaboration, and discussed with the Crown Prosecution Service how they develop evidenced-based prosecution cases.

In November, FCO Minister for Human Rights and the Prime Minister’s Special Representative on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict, Baroness Anelay, visited Baghdad and Erbil. Baroness Anelay used the visit to meet Ministers and senior officials to discuss women’s rights, preventing sexual violence in conflict, and justice and accountability issues. She also heard directly from some of the victims of Daesh’s violence and brutality. During her visit the Minister announced the provision of up to £750,000 to help implement Iraq’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, and over £65,000 for the Iraqi Al-Amal Association to support their work with young people and gender equality. Baroness Anelay also used this opportunity to launch the Arabic version of the International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict and encourage its use in Iraq.

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Wathiq al-Batat claims responsibility for Camp Liberty missile attack

پارلمان عراق در حمایت از خانواده های گروگانهای رجوی در کمپ لیبرتیIraqi Parliament take action to aid families of Liberty residents Iraq

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Letter of SFF to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees 

Sahar Family Foundation, Baghdad, January 25 2016:…  Mr. Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees – Geneva With respect, we wish to let you know that after 12 years since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, and continuous focus on relocating the members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization from Iraq during this period, there are still …

خانواده های گروگانهای رجوی در بیرون کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلقAfter 12 years families of Rajavi cult hostages in Camp Liberty demand UNAMI action

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Letter of SFF to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees

کمیساریای عالی پناهندگی سازمان ملل متحدSahar Family Foundation in Baghdad sent a letter to Mr. Filippo Grandi, the new UN High Commissioner for Refugees, simultaneous to the presence of the families in front of the gates of Camp Liberty in Iraq.

The text of the letter is as follows:

Mr. Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees – Geneva

With respect, we wish to let you know that after 12 years since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, and continuous focus on relocating the members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization from Iraq during this period, there are still more than two thirds of the members living in insecure conditions in Iraq.

The anguished families of the members would like to know what the obstacles are which stand in the way of relocating them to places of safety and then to third countries. The families would also like to know exactly why they are denied visits with their loved ones which is their very natural and basic right.

We are awaiting your kind response.

Sahar Family Foundation

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Over 40 families of Rajavi’s hostages in Camp Liberty ask Ban Ki-moon for help

Peyvand Rahaee, January 13 2016:… Hereby we, injured families of the faction members in Golestan Province- Iran, request you to fulfill releasing and rescuing of our offspring from MKO perfidious commanders hands. As to insecurities in Iraq, for instance in some weeks ago its proved by missile attacks to Liberty camp, whereas the guilt was on MKO heads …

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی سپتامبر 2015Rajavi tortures Camp Liberty residents in Iraq by denying family contact

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Over 40 families of Rajavi’s hostages in Camp Liberty ask Ban Ki-moon help

United Nations Secretary –General!

Dear Mr. Ban Ki-moon!

In the present modern world and specially in the world that the people care for their relief and security, the assassination and slavery are not of any meanings and without doubt the persons who proceed to the mentioned actions are far from the world liberal people eyes and live in isolation, as DAISH the Excommunicating-Terrorist Group, has made insecurities all over the world at present and it’s a model of all criminal factions.

United Nations Secretary –General!

MKO (Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization) is one of the terrorist groups, maybe more dangerous than it, that captured some of Iranian family offspring over 30 years and makes them for terrorist actions.

Hereby we remind you of some criminals of the terrorist faction heads (MKO):

1.Assassination and terrorism before Islamic Revolution such as assassination of some American advisors and top management.

2.Partnership in 8-year imposed war, together with Saddam and slaying of Iranian border zone people.

3.Killing of in-camp members such as Ghorban Torabi, Alan Mohammadi , Parviz ahmadi, Mehri Mousavi, Alinagi Haddadi & etc .

4.In-camp torture of the members and the prisoners in Ashraf camp and now in Liberty camp.

5.Intense brainwashing of Iranian family offspring for doing criminal actions.

6.To make restraint of relocation and movement of the organization members to the third country.

Mr. Ban Ki-moon!

Hereby we, injured families of the faction members in Golestan Province- Iran, request you to fulfill releasing and rescuing of our offspring from MKO perfidious commanders hands. As to insecurities in Iraq, for instance in some weeks ago its proved by missile attacks to Liberty camp, whereas the guilt was on MKO heads shoulders that fail to movement of the members and the prisoners to the other countries, and now our offspring, as to some severe threats by some Iraqi militia groups, are on dangerous and unsecure positions and situations, we powerlessly request you and other Union advisors to take measures about movement and repositioning of the prisoners and left them frees in their lives, including communication with the outside world and their families in the shortest time after decades away and unaware from them.

B. Regards

families of MKO members in Golestan province of Iran

11 January 2016

Signatories:

1.Ali-asghar Mardani, father of the prisoner “Ali-akbar Mardani”.

2.Abolghasem Mudabber, brother of the prisoner “Seiyed-taghi Nowkandehei”.

3.Gol-agha Mudabber, brother of the prisoner “Seiyed-taghi Nowkandehei”.

4.Ahmad Saghaei, brother of the prisoner Ms. “Shayesteh-banoo Saghaei”.

5.Mahmood Torabi, brothers son of the prisoners Ms. “Masomeh” & “Maryam-banoo” and “Mohammad-reza Torabi”.

6.Moslem Torabi, brothers son of the prisoners Ms. “Masomeh” & “Maryam-banoo” and “Mohammad-reza Torabi”.

7.Ata Torabi, brothers son of the prisoners Ms. “Masomeh” & “Maryam-banoo” and “Mohammad-reza Torabi”.

8.Nad-ali Torabi, brothers son of the prisoners Ms. “Masomeh” &” Maryam-banoo” and “Mohammad-reza Torabi”.

9.Vali-ullah Seraj, brother of the prisoner Ms. “Zahra Seraj”.

10.Mohammad-hussein Livaninejad, uncle of the prisoners “Hossein-ali” and “Abbas-ali Livaninejad”.

11.Shahram Riyahi, Son of the prisoner “Mohammad-taghi Riyahi”.

12.Khalil Riyahi, brother of the prisoner “Mohammad-taghi Riyahi”.

13.Samad Golalipour, brother of the prisoner I”raj” and “Hoshang Golalipour”.

14.Abolghasem Mottaki, brother of the prisoners “Mohammad-hossein” & “Ali-hossein” and “Gholam-hossein Mottaki”.

15. Motaki, Mother of prisoner “Roohallah Ramouz”

16.Ahmad Golalipour, father of the prisoner “Iraj” and “Hoshang Golalipour”.

17.Hamid Zahed, brother of the prisoners Ms. “Habibeh” and Ms. “Halimeh Zahed”.

18.Mohammad-ali Arab, father of the prisoner “Ghorban Arab”.

19.Ali Hashemi, brother of the prisoner “Ali-akbar Hashemi”.

20.Kamran Bazazi, brother of the prisoner Ms. “Mahnaz Bazazi”.

21.Hossein-ali Rigi, brother of the prisoner “Barat-ali Rigi”.

22.Cheragh-ali Rigi, brother of the prisoner “Barat-ali Rigi”.

23.Morad-mohammad Aghatabai, brother of the prisoner “Hamid-mohammad Aghatabai”.

24.Mohammad Aghatabai, brother of the prisoner “Hamid-mohammad Aghatabai”.

25. Hamid-reza Rigi, brother of the prisoner “Barat-ali Rigi”.

26.Mohammad-ali Rigi, brother of the prisoner “Barat-ali Rigi”.

27.Zoleikha Rigi, sister of the prisoner “Barat-ali Rigi”.

28.Mohammad-mehdi Naserimoghadam, brother of the prisoner “Hadi Naserimoghadam”.

29.Muhtaram Najmi, mother of the prisoner “Hadi Naserimoghadam”.

30.Maryam Naserimoghadam, sister of the prisoner “Hadi Naserimoghadam”.

31.Nafas Varshi, brother of the prisoner “Ashor-mohammad Varshi”.

32.Karim Khormali, brother of the prisoner “Bahram Khormali”.

33.Mehrnoosh Nick-sir, sister of the prisoners “Mehrnaz” and “Mehran Nick-sir”.

34.Abdolrahim Abedi, nephew of the prisoner “Mohammad-khaled Masoodi”.

35.Mohammad-ali Ghezelsoflo, brother of the prisoner “Nor-ullah hezelsoflo”.

36.Hossein Hajili-davaji, brother of the prisoner “Emam-verdi Hajili-davaji”.

37.Haj Mehdi Mohammadi-zadeh, father of the prisoner “Fereshteh Mohammadi-zadeh”.

38.Nase Rahim-arbabi, brother of the prisoner “Ahmad Rahim-arbabi”.

39.Ali-reza Nargesi, brother of the prisoner Ms. “Leila Nargesi”.

40- Bibihajar Vahedi mother of prisoner “Yalmaz Vahedi”.

41- Masoumeh Heydari sister of prisoner “Massoud Heydari”.

Letters of Mr. Mohammad Aghatabai to UNHCR and US

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Dear Senior Officials: Zeid Raad Zeid al-Hussein

In the current world that the people live with developed modern technologies, maybe few of them know that there are some other people in the corner of the world that captured deceitfully with trick and trap by some other ones who misuse them like devices for achievement of their own unclean and unattainable goals.

Dear Officials,

Rajavi terrorist faction is a group that gathered together its members during over 30 years with whiles and lying, keeps a tight grip on the members, keeps them far away from the first human rights, keeps their spirits and bodies by false story and use them for harsh terrorist actions.

Rajavi terrorist group heads, during the years that its members are away from the society and liberty, have not permitted any meeting between the parents and their offspring and they kept them (the MKO members) in isolation and stranglehold but no International Institute researches about the mentioned conditions that it is unbelievable

Masood Rajavi, as the head commander of the group, has created a great deal of trouble in the members families and its main reason is his “Ideological Revolutions” and no doubt he set it up for his fatal objectives as non of the unprincipled conducts are justifiable and useful for the human beings originality.

Rajavi faction heads, by effectiveness of their criminal commander, encounter with the prisoners like so and put them in trouble and capture them whether in Liberty camp or Republic of Albania then banish them from their families , the families that are fireside for the members, and use of them as a bridge for achieving to their own meaningless goals.

Now I request you, as you are liberal human beings law agents, to find a way for the families to meet their offspring and rescue us from the pains and sufferings.

Best Regards

Mohammad Aghatabai, brother of the prisoner “Hamid-Mohammad Aghatabai” in MKO.

12 January 2016

To U.S. Secretary of State -John Kerry

Dear John Kerry,

All human beings try to make a use of at least liberty and option and teach them to the other society members for having the good livings with each others.

Mr. Kerry,

Your State along with the other governments try to make the human beings as liberal thinkers and teach them the true living ways, But in the heart of the open world, there are some people that don’t care of the human rights and try to overwhelm the human munificence and feelings by using of new model of slavery and no doubt their Head commander , Massoud Rajavi proved it by killing of your State advisors from the beginning of our country revolution.

Secretary Kerry,

My offspring unwillingly has been taken captive by the terrorist faction over 30 years and I could not see him – in spite of all our followings of Union Organizations- because the faction (MKO) commanders have not permitted such meetings, so I don’t have any news about his conditions and because of that I request you as the US. Secretary of State to set and take measures about the meeting between me and my offspring and make a field for my offspring – that don’t use of the lowest human rights- to have the same rights with the other liberals.

I hope comes a day that the Liberty camp doors open with your cooperation for meeting between the families with their offspring captured by Rajavi faction commanders and hope that the MKO members and the prisoners have the same human rights in presence of Red Cross and Refugee Committee agents .

B. Regards

Mohammad Aghatabai, brother of the prisoner “Hamid-Mohammad Aghatabai” in MKO.

12 January 2016

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Open Letter from a mother to the UNHCR.

Mahnaz Akafian, Peyvande-rahaee, January 08 2016:… I am Mahnaz Akafian, the mother of Mohammad Ali Sasani, who was a prisoner of war in Iraq but he is now prisoner in MKO in Iraq. I have not had any news from my son for 28 years. Some time ago I went to Ashraf Camp and more recently I went to Liberty Camp in Iraq to find him. Unfortunately, I did not …

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Open Letter from a mother to the UNHCR

محمد علی ساسانی

Mohammad Ali Sasani

To the High Commissioner of the UNHCR

I am Mahnaz Akafian, the mother of Mohammad Ali Sasani, who was a prisoner of war in Iraq but he is now prisoner in MKO in Iraq.

I have not had any news from my son for 28 years. Some time ago I went to Ashraf Camp and more recently I went to Liberty Camp in Iraq to find him. Unfortunately, I did not get any result. I do not know if humans have different rights. I ask you a question as a human rights representative. If a person is in prison and is condemned to death, do they have the rights to have contact with and see their family members? We ask from the MKO that we see our children. Even if we are guilty of all the sins they accuse us of, why shouldn’t we be allowed us to see our children? So many fathers and mothers were not allowed to see their children and they died. With this weak body of mine I ask, let us meet our son!

Kind regards,

Mahnaz Akafian, a mother

7 January 2016

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The head office of the International Committee of the Red Cross – Geneva

ICRC office in Baghdad

مهناز عکافیان

Mahnaz Akafian

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Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) imprisoned us and didn’t let us meet our brothers

Mahmonir Iranpour, Nejat Society, December 07 2016:… I have repetitively asked for visiting both through Email or telephone contact. But, every time what I receive says that MKO members don’t allow any chance of visiting our brothers. Here is the question, generally wherever a group of people are under control of a commissioner, they should abide …

رجوی بدنبال پولRajavi: To let go of my hostages, you have to pay me more

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Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult)  imprisoned us and didn’t let us meet our brothers

UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Baghdad

Dear Sir,

I, Mahmonir Iranpour, am writing to you about my brothers, Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, who left Iran aiming to reach Turkey and then Canada or one of the European countries in December 2002 hoping to create a better future there. Unfortunately, on their way to Europe, in Turkey, they were caught by People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MKO) and then were taken to Camp Ashraf. For a long time, we were totally unaware of them until we were informed about their condition through those who had managed to flee from Camp Ashraf. Finally, for the first time, in January 2004, we went to Iraq and Camp Ashraf and succeeded in meeting them. However, we were not allowed to visit them privately in such a way that about 20 MKO members accompanied us stopping us from contacting them personally and privately. Also, they told us that we could stay there for some nights providing no other family members were with us. Afterwards, in March 2004, we revisited Camp Ashraf with three other families. This time, not only didn’t they let us meet our brothers, but they also imprisoned and investigated us. Although a number of children and elderly people were accompanying us, they deprived us of any food for a night and then in the morning they beat and expelled us from Camp Ashraf. Afterwards, we wrote to an American commander, who was there, and sued them for what they did to us. Also, after returning back to Iran, we wrote to Human Rights Watch and complained about what they had done. At the same time when Human Rights Watch was addressing our proceedings and they were condemned, we received an Email inviting us to Camp Ashraf in November 2004 saying that this time we would be allowed to meet them provided that we were alone and no family accompany us. Having been unaware of the situation that they had been investigated by Human Rights Watch for what they had done, we went to Camp Ashraf being incognizant of their conspiracy. We and my brothers, who were dressed up formally, stayed there and were filmed. After returning to Iran, we had a telephone contact with Human Rights Watch representative in London named Doroodi, who told us that we lay and that we both had met our brothers and had taken photographs with them in Camp Ashraf. They deceived us by taking photos pretending that we had met our brothers using these photos against us in Human Rights Watch proceedings. Now, according to your sound judgment, are they liars and fraudulent or us??

Why were deprived of meeting with our dear ones while it is a basis right and one of the elements of human rights? Our brothers are kept in Camp Liberty which is a very small place surrounded by barbed wire and concrete walls. They are physically and mentally trapped by Rajavi sect. you know that you are sometimes attacked by these people. We fear that our brothers may get hurt and we are for a long time unaware of their condition. I hereby should remind you of binding protocols approved in United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee as regards the fact that refugees are entitled to choose their destination, education, contact with their relatives. Here is the question, why we are deprived of these rights and why this commissioner, as protector of refugees’ and our rights, evade their duty and deprive us of our basic rights?

I have repetitively asked for visiting both through Email or telephone contact. But, every time what I receive says that MKO members don’t allow any chance of visiting our brothers. Here is the question, generally wherever a group of people are under control of a commissioner, they should abide by the commissioner orders. Your responses in this regard are not acceptable. Unfortunately, it seems that instead of employing international regulations as regards defending refugees’ and their families’ rights, the commissioner acts against United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee decisions which is detrimental to those imprisoned in Camp Liberty. It is our right to meet our brothers and we expect you to defend this right, not to deprive us of it.

Finally, I suggest that you read protocols approved by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee. Also, since I see myself entitled to these rights, I ask you to provide me with an opportunity to be able to meet my brothers.

Truly yours,

Mahmonir Iranpour, sister of Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, who are kept in Camp Ashraf

Desember5, 2015

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