- Posted January 8, 2014 by
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Iraq: Iranian regime asks Maliki to attack Camp Liberty disguised as DAESH
During the past few days a substantial number of Iranian regime's terrorist Quds Force officers have entered Baghdad Airport taking along heat seeking missiles.
Qasem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force has called on Nouri al-Maliki to use the current condition in Iraq to attack and massacre the residents of Camp Liberty and some Sunni neighborhoods in Baghdad.
He has asked Maliki to carry out the attacks by using Iraqi forces including member of his Golden Battalion (also known as the Dirty Battalion) and members of Asaeb al-Haq group as well as members of the SWAT forces who had been involved in the September 1 massacre of Camp Ashraf residents.
The forces would be wearing the DAESH group members uniforms.
Using the uniform of DAESH group (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) -- group created in Iraq by Maliki and the Iranian regime -- besides deceiving Americans, would help the Iraqi government to try to escape the responsibility for the attacks and blame it on loose Iraqi paramilitary elements, as had been claimed for the September massacre in Camp Ashraf.
National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is reminding the responsibilities of the U.S. and the U.N. regarding the protection of the residents of Camp Liberty in such extraordinary dangerous situation, particularly following the mass execution of Camp Ashraf residents on September 1 and the missile attack on Camp Liberty on December 26, in which the Iraqi Government continues to pretend to be innocent while it has not provided any of the minimum security requirement needed for protection of the residents.
The minimum security requirements that has been discussed hundreds of times during the past year with the U.S., the UN and Iraqi government include: Return of 17500 T-walls, providing sufficient number of 2*2m concrete bunkers, transfer of protective helmets, vests and medical equipment from Camp Ashraf to Camp Liberty, to build dual layer roofs for trailers at Liberty, and expanding the camp's area to reduce the number of casualties, stationing of UN monitors with a Blue Helmet team, 24 hours a day inside the camp.