By Struan Stevenson

For the Iranian opposition members trapped in Camp “Liberty”, near Baghdad Airport, the name of their tiny compound has become a sick joke. These refugees are the final remnants of a substantial community numbering almost 4000, that occupied a vast sprawling enclave called Camp Ashraf, 60 miles north of Baghdad in Diyala Province. They fled to Iraq following a vicious pogrom in the 1980’s which saw over 120,000 of their People’s Mojahedin's Organisation of Iran (PMOI) movement executed by the theocratic Iranian regime. They built Camp Ashraf into a large, thriving city with parks, streets, factories, a library, museum, university and accommodation and they lived there in harmony with the local Iraqi population.

Iran Focus

London, 10 Jul - According to Candice Malcolm’s July 8 Opinion piece in the Toronto Sun, “The only way to make peace with Iran, according to the Obama administration, is appease its cruel and authoritarian government.  The alternative, according to the White House, would be increased hostility and perhaps even war.  Under this dichotomy, U.S. President Barack Obama has extended an olive branch to America’s longtime adversary.”

By Behrang T. Borhani

German intelligence reports showing various attempts by Iranian authorities to acquire nuclear technology in that country has only one meaning.  It means that last year’s nuclear deal with Iran will never guarantee the world its safety from the threat of a nuclear Iran. 


Tehran's Khavaran mass grave of victims of 1988 massacre of political prisoners

Activists of the PMOI pay tribute to political prisoners who were mass executed in Iran's Mashhad

Mass graves in northern Iran of victims of 1988 massacre of political prisoners

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Reyhaneh Jabbari's will Her voice recording from inside prison

Public execution in Kazerun, Iran - August 11, 2016