{mosimage}"We condemn, in the strongest possible terms, the continuing siege of Ashraf and any attempt to forcibly displace its residents"

 {mosimage}"We in the British Parliament must act as the protectors of our friends in Ashraf"

{mosimage}BPCIF: A majority of backbench MPs on Thursday called on the Government to take urgent measures at the United Nations for the world body to protect 3,400 Iranian opposition members based at Camp Ashraf in Iraq. The cross-party MPs were backed in their call by more than 150 Peers.

{mosimage}The Washington Times, By Lord Archer and Bruce McColm: On Dec. 27, during one of Shi'ite Islam's holiest occasions, Ashura, millions of Iranians poured out onto the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities, defying warnings and a brutal crackdown by the security forces, to call for the overthrow of the now increasingly vulnerable theocracy. Who could have thought that a theocratic regime like Tehran would murder its opponents in bright daylight on such a day? Welcome to the Iran of today.