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    In a letter to the UN Secretary-General, the U.S. Secretary of State, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, and other U.S. and UN officials dated September 30, the representative of Liberty residents wrote: “If the objective of an inquiry into a great crime such as that of September 1 is to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice so as to prevent recurrence of crime, then how do you expect GOI to be responsible for such an investigation? Trusting the investigation to GOI will result in closing of the file, allowing criminals to get away with their crime, washing the bloody hands of Maliki, and finally to embolden GOI to repeat the crime. Investigators of GOI are the same people who on September 1 declared that there had been a clash between Ashraf residents themselves and they themselves have killed each other!” He then requested for UN to assume “the responsibility for investigation into the massacre and mass execution of September 1 and refuse to allow this great crime against humanity to be forgotten and the principal culprits to escape; hence paving the way for a larger massacre in Camp Liberty.”

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    Speaking of the seven hostages, there is scarcely any need to distribute their pictures to the airports and checkpoints; it merely suffices for the Iraqi government to open the doors of its secret detention centers and clandestine safe houses affiliated with the Prime Ministry.
    Amnesty International, in an Urgent Action on November 19th, stated: "The seven Iranian exiles abducted on 1 September are now known to be held by the Iraqi security forces at an unofficial detention facility in central Baghdad. They are at risk of torture and other ill-treatment and could be forcibly returned to Iran. According to reliable sources, the seven were transferred under tight security to an unofficial detention facility in the former al-Muthanna airport in central Baghdad at the end of September."
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    UNHCR and the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) also call upon the Government of Iraq to take all possible measures to ensure the safety of the residents. UNHCR and UNAMI remain gravely concerned about the fate of seven missing individuals formerly residing in Camp New Iraq who disappeared on 1 September and call on the authorities to locate them, ensure their wellbeing and safeguard them against any forcible return.
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    In the first independent investigation on the Ashraf massacre, after conducting interviews with all witnesses of the massacre and the U.S. military officers previously in charge of protection of Ashraf, Perseus Strategies, a Washington institute, announced on October 30 that the Government of Iraq was directly involved in the massacre. This report was compiled after exhaustive research, including interviews with all of the 42 surviving residents of Camp Ashraf who had escaped this crime against humanity.
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    The 148 arrest warrants for Camp Liberty residents are fictitious decrees void of least legal value and have been raised merely to whitewash atrocities of Government of Iraq and abduction of Ashraf residents who are all protected persons according to international conventions. Each and every one of Camp Liberty residents have been screened by nine U.S. agencies for sixteen months and subsequently senior U.S. officials announced that there are no allegations against them. Moreover, in a document dated July 2, 2004, they confirmed that all of them are citizens covered by the Fourth Geneva Convention. Residents, their representatives and lawyers have numerously declared that if indeed the Iraqi government has credible documents and evidence on the interference of PMOI members in the suppression of Iraqi people, then it can readily open a file in international courts or bodies, including the Court of Spain that has summoned Maliki, commander of the ground forces, and Maliki’s other criminal collaborators for crimes against humanity and crime against the international community. However, GOI never did such a thing because such documents and evidence are non-existent. To the contrary, documents and evidence of the Iranian Resistance, whether concerning the file of PMOI’s 27 years of presence in Iraq, or with respect to the crimes of Government of Iraq against PMOI members in Ashraf is so strong that would easily lead to the condemnation of GOI’s officials and their masters in the religious fascism ruling Iran.

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