September 19, 2017

Camp Ashraf is attacked by Iraqi Security Forces; 4 Killed, Hundreds Injured

July 27, 2009 Iraqi government spokesman, Ali Dabagh declared that, “the Iraqi government will take over the responsibility of internal security of Camp Ashraf.” (Al-Hura television, July 27, 2009)
July 28, 2009 Iraqi anti-riot police in full military gear and equipped with demolition and heavy combat equipment attacked the camp. Tear gas, batons, […]

Iraqi army storms Iran opposition camp, scores wounded

By Ali Al-Tuwaijri
BAQUBA, Iraq (AFP) – Iraqi soldiers and riot police stormed a camp housing Iran’s main exiled opposition on Tuesday, triggering violent clashes that left at least 260 people wounded.
The seizure of Camp Ashraf, which was disarmed by the United States in 2003 and surrounded by American forces until recently, comes after months of […]

A Supreme Leader Loses His Aura as Iranians Flock to the Streets

Roger Cohen
New York Times
TEHRAN — The Iranian police commander, in green uniform, walked up Komak Hospital Alley with arms raised and his small unit at his side. “I swear to God,” he shouted at the protesters facing him, “I have children, I have a wife, I don’t want to beat people. Please go home.”
A man […]

Riot Police Caught by Crowd – Iran, 2009

Remarks by Mr. Mohammad Alafchi at the UN Plaza NYC

Mr. Mohammad Alafchi
President of American Iranian Association- New York
October 13, 2004
UN General Assembly is once again meeting soon to address various issues of concern to the world body. Among these issues would certainly be proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and status of human rights. There are only a handful of countries that both of […]