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    Ashraf City: ICJDA: Reports about the condition of Camp Liberty are very shocking and depict that L

     

    Immediately return PMOI members from  Prison Liberty  to Ashraf City!   Shame on UN, especially Martin Kobler, and US Current Administration, Obama  and  Clinton  personally.   Both UN, especially Martin Kobler, and US Current Administration, Obama and Clinton personally, and the UN need to realize that merely issuing statement without serious follow up actions to protect the POMI members under individual signed agreement between US Army and each member of PMOI and 4th Geneva Convection have been resulted in serious Crime Against Humanity by the Iraqi Agents of Regime of Mullahs headed by Nouri al-Maliki.   Thursday, 23 February 2012 15:57 http://www.ncr-iran.org/en/component/mailto/?tmpl=component&link=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5uY3ItaXJhbi5vcmcvZW4vbmV3cy9hc2hyYWYvMTE3MzItLWljamRhcmVwb3J0cy1hYm91dC10aGUtY29uZGl0aW9uLW9mLWNhbXAtbGliZXJ0eS1hcmUtdmVyeS1zaG9ja2luZy1hbmQtZGVwaWN0LXRoYXQtbGliZXJ0eS1pcy1pbmRlZWQtYS1wcmlzb24%3D     http://www.ncr-iran.org/en/news/ashraf/11732icjdareports-about-the-condition-of-camp-liberty-are-very-shocking-and-depict-that-liberty-is-indeed-a-prison?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=   http://www.ncr-iran.org/en/news/ashraf/11732icjdareports-about-the-condition-of-camp-liberty-are-very-shocking-and-depict-that-liberty-is-indeed-a-prison?format=pdf 21 February 2012 Hon. Ban Ki-moon UN Secretary General United Nations New York USA Hon. Ban Ki-moon, On behalf of the International Committee of Jurists in Defence of Ashraf (ICJDA), comprised of 8500 jurists in both sides of Atlantic, and on behalf of the lawyers for Camp Ashraf residents, I am writing to you to express my objection to the treatment of 400 Ashraf residents during their transfer to and while at Camp Liberty.   As you are aware, on February 17, 2012, four hundred residents of Camp Ashraf, on the brink of leaving for Camp Liberty, were subjected to unusual and offensive inspections. They left at 2:00 am on February 18, and when they reached Camp Liberty at 7:00 am, the individual who had ordered the shooting at residents in previous attacks on Ashraf and who is now wanted by the Spanish court, told residents mockingly that they had to be inspected again, in order to persecute them more.   I pass at the fact that residents were denied taking some of their personal belongings such as blankets and chairs, and that some of their belongings were stolen during inspection by the Iraqi forces. What is surprising and regretful is that this treatment by Iraqi agents, in violation of the signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Iraqi government and the UN, was carried on right in front of the UN monitors without any reaction from them.   Reports about the condition of Camp Liberty are very shocking and depict that Liberty is indeed a prison. Scores of police forces are stationed in various parts of the camp, which is less than half a square kilometer and it is said that residents must be accompanied by them even when going to the dining hall.   The Camp's infrastructure is very unhygienic and in its current condition

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