December 16, 2017

Changed Circumstances – (PMOI, 2001 to present)

At an Extraordinary Congress held in June 2001, the PMOI took the unilateral decision to end the organisation’s military activities inside Iran. The decision was ratified by two Ordinary Congresses in early September 2001 and 2003. Although all Congresses were minuted, only the minutes of the 2003 Congress survived.
The PMOI’s operational units in Iran were […]

MESSAGE TO IRAQ

Embassy Row
The Washington Times
Thursday, March 25, 2010
James Morrison

A leading Iranian exile in Washington is praising Congress for a resolution demanding that Iraq fulfill its promises to protect Iranian dissidents held in a former rebel camp north of Baghdad and guarantee that none will be deported to Iran to face certain execution. ʺSince the June uprising […]

House Members Denounce Iran & Iraq’s Plan to Relocate the Residents of Camp Ashraf, Iraq

Remarks by members of Congress
Congressman Bob Filner of California
[quote style=”1″]Good Afternoon, my name is Bob Filner, I’m a Congressman from San Diego, California and Co-Chair of the Iran Human Rights and Democracy Caucus in the Congress with me is Mike Coffman new Congressman from Colorado and we thank you for being involved so quickly in […]

Speech of Hon. Ted Poe of Texas in the House of Representatives

[quote style=”1″]Madam Speaker, on December 10, 2009 the Iraqi government announced that it is going to forcibly displace thousands of Iranian dissidents living in Camp Ashraf to a remote prison in the Iraqi desert. The Iraqi government knows the world recognizes Camp Ashraf as a refuge for those who stand tall for freedom and democracy, […]

House Members Denounce Plan to Relocate Residents of Ashraf

Remarks by members of Congress
Congressman Bob Filner of California
Good Afternoon, my name is Bob Filner, I’m a Congressman from San Diego, California and Co-Chair of the Iran Human Rights and
Democracy Caucus in the Congress with me is Mike Coffman new Congressman from Colorado and we thank you for being involved so
quickly in these issues and […]

Editorial: Camp Ashraf

In a letter to a British parliamentarian last month, a senior State Department official insisted that the United States was “doing its utmost” to ensure that Iraq’s government would treat 3,400 Iranian exiles living at Camp Ashraf in eastern Iraq “humanely.” Two weeks later, a clash between the exiles and Iraqi police left 11 Iranians […]

Voice of America Interview –  Persian TV – Protection of Ashraf is not Transferable

Voice of America TV, December 15, 2008 – An event that is going on in Washington D.C. is the sit-in of the families and relatives of the PMOI members who live in Camp Ashraf in Iraq. Some concerns emerged following the Baghdad-Washington security pact and handing over this camp to the Iraqi government. Mr. Nasser […]

Iraq’s Political Refugees in Limbo

Boston Globe
Saleh al-Mutlaq
Posted: April 23, 2008
THERE IS so much tragedy in Iraq that some stories go underreported – eclipsed by other negative news. This one requires attention:
Inside Iraq, 20 kilometers west of the Iranian border and 60 kilometers northeast of Baghdad in Diyala province, stands Camp Ashraf where members of the Iranian opposition – known […]