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Despicable plan of transferring the residents of Ashraf and Liberty camps to hotels
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With the mediation of Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad is the outcome of the visit to Tehran by Faleh Fayyaz and Martin Kobler in response to the failure of TTL project
Iranian Resistance exposes the documents of hiring Yamamah Hotel in Baghdad by the Iranian regime’s embassy from the beginning of 2011, which is now under the cover of the “Organization of Haj and pilgrimage of Iran”, and controlled by mullahs’ Intelligence Ministry
It is now for two months that the National Security Advisor for the Iraqi government, Faleh Fayyaz, and the Special Representative of UN Secretary General (SRSG), Ambassador Martin Kobler, in a road map that they had offered for the residents of Ashraf and Liberty Camps, are speaking about hotels which has been “prepared to accommodate the remaining residents”.
This despicable plan is the outcome of the visit to Tehran by Fayyaz and Kobler. This is intended to cover up the failure of the TTL plan which was an obscure and dubious plan from the outset to destroy the opposition to the Iranian regime.
1-Iranian Resistance in a statement on February 21, 2012 declared that: “it has gained access to documents from inside Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) which shows that the Iraqi Prime Minister’s office, has given assurances to Quds Force and the Iranian regime’s Ambassador to Baghdad that after transfer of first group from Ashraf to Liberty, members of the PMOI will be paralyzed. This shocking document which leaves no doubt that the project of transferring the residents of Ashraf to Liberty has been to pursue the objectives and intentions of the mullahs’ regime and aims at destroying the democratic and legitimate opposition of this regime.”
This document stipulates that: “We (the Iraqi Government) put our conditions to members of the organization and want them to submit eventually.... In many cases the UN justifies Iraqi conditions and demands the members of PMOI to accept them, because Liberty is Just a transit location and their stay in there will be a short one.”
Based on this document, the government of Iraq would complain that “not all of the UN mission are in total agreement with the government of Iraq, however, SRSG Mr. Kobler specifically agrees with all Iraqi government’s demands. We believe he does not want to oppose the Iraqi government and to obscure his relation with the Iraqi government for the sake of PMOI.” The PMOI has raised some demands “We show positive reaction to these demands to collaborate with the UN, but these demands will never be fulfilled. The Iraqi government and it’s negotiator have only agreed to discuss the minor and unimportant issues. The issues which do not have serious implications in the situation like field medical visits or delegations which are less important issues. The government of Iraq would react strongly to some of the demands posed by the residents.... the new camp should be based on the needs of the Iraqi government and not the needs of the members of the Organization, the Iraqi government will not relent from the main issues”.
2- Faleh Fayyaz, after his return from Iran , in an interview with the Iraq’s official television on April 24, 2012 said: “Mr. Martin Kobler, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Iraq, has talked in details with Iraqi and Iranian parties through the Iranian Embassy or other channels communicating with Iran in order to provide the requirements for implementation of the understanding which has been agreed on between him and Iraq to close camp Ashraf and put an end to the presence of this organization on Iraqi territory. Talks included the mechanisms and Iran’s role in what has to be done to solve this matter…"
3- Two days after the relocation the of 5th convoy of the residents to Liberty, Martin Kobler left for Iran. The international committee In Search of Justice ( ISJ ), which comprises more than 4000 parliamentarians from different countries of the world, in a letter to Ban ki-moon on May 24 wrote:
" The recent trip to Tehran by the SRSG, Mr. Kobler, his praise for the role of the religious fascist ruled-Iran in the security of Iraq, and the reports received about the meeting of the Mullahs’ Ministry of Intelligence with him about PMOI have shocked us. We are informed that he intended to visit Iran for some time and the Iranian regime only gave him the visa to enter Iran after the transfer of the fifth convoy of Ashraf residents to Liberty."
In a different letter to the UN Secretary General on June 12, ISJ reiterated:
Martin Kobler "in practice, received his visa after two thirds of the residents had been transferred”.
4- On May 31, Kobler and George Bakoos , the political advisor to Maleki, met with the representatives of Liberty residents. Maleki’s advisor, in response to the complaints of the residents said that he suggested the remaining 1,200 residents to go from Ashraf to a hotel and he would guarantee that all their requirements for water, electricity, food and medical services would be met around the clock . Kobler, while according to his own remarks was "surprised" by the offer, supported the idea and said the residents of the fifth convoy that had complaints about lack of transfer of their belongings and return of the utility vehicles and were seeking return to Ashraf, could go to hotel instead of Ashraf.
The representatives of Liberty immediately called this a plan and plot by the Iranian regime that has been raised in response to failure of TTL project. They ended the meeting and were about to walk out. But Mr. Kobler pleaded to them to stay and to continue the talks and Bakoos told Kobler that the idea for hotel should be set aside and this was solely a suggestion.
5- Subsequently, the representative of the residents outside of Iraq wrote to Kobler on June 3: "I was astonished by the apparently spontaneous proposal by you and representative of the GoI to transfer all the residents or the disabled to hotels in Baghdad raised in a meeting which was formed to review the ongoing infrastructure problems of water, electricity and sewage etc in Camp Liberty. But in your Note, you have ignored the main part of the reply given by the residents' representative. They replied to this proposal by saying that this was not a new plan and it had been pursued by the Iranian regime since three years ago in order to annihilate the residents and had been previously considered by the regime for those who want to return to Iran."
The representative of the residents in his letter to Kobler added:
"In view of the precedence of the issue of hotel, raising it in the meeting of 31 May brings this to the minds that this plan has been initiated by Tehran and the mullah’s regime. You are certainly aware of the situation in Hotel Mohajer which has been turned into a department of the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence (MIOS). The GoI did accommodate those who left Ashraf in previous years thus practically handing them over to the Iranian regime's embassy in Baghdad and the agents of the MOIS such as Haj Ali Navidi, Naseri and Nobakhti who have been all exposed by us over the past years. This plan was meant to force people to return to Iran and cooperate with the mullahs Gestapo. Anyhow, the plan to transfer the residents to hotel illustrates very well that the TTL is a failed project and this is what we wrote to you and the UNSG a while ago. You should particularly remember that when you signed the MoU, you deleted the time period of 6 months set for the TTL from the initial draft and you did that as it was desired by the GoI."