United Press International, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: Attacks by Iraqi forces on Camp Ashraf, home to pro-democracy Iranians, have seen 47 residents killed and 1,071 injured leaving the United States guilty of ignoring its responsibility to protect residents and prevent these war crimes.
Huffington Post UK, By Brian Binley MP: Throughout the Middle East and North Africa the Arab Spring is flourishing as dictatorial leaders of the region attempt to hold onto power. We only need to look back a little to see the roots of the movement can be found in the protests of the Iranian people which followed the fraudulent elections which brought Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to power again.
Huffington Post UK, By Lord King of West Bromwich: The Iranian regime is preparing to cast its dark shadow over Iraq as U.S. boots prepare to leave the country. Nowhere is the regime's ominous march more apparent than in the case of Camp Ashraf, where 3,400 Iranian political dissidents reside in Iraq. How this case is resolved is a barometer for the direction of Iraq after the US departure.
Huffington Post UK, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: At first glance, the massacre of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica almost two decades ago has little in common with the plight of some 3,500 dissident Iranians at a place called Camp Ashraf in Iraq.
The Hill, By Roger Gale MP: As the U.S. acts to prevent the massacre of defenseless populations in Syria and Libya, it is surprisingly silent about the Iranian regime’s attempts to perpetrate a brutal massacre at Camp Ashraf, where over 3,400 defenseless Iranian political dissidents reside.
The Independent, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: The US is all over the place in its country-by-country response to the Arab Spring. Here support for military action, there a slap access the wrists – and in some cases simply silence.
Human Events, By Rt. Hon. Lord Waddington: Iran's influence in Iraq is of increasing concern as U.S. forces prepare to leave at the end of the year, for when the U.S. forces are gone, they will not be leaving an Iraq with a benign government, but one led by a dictator who openly terrorizes his people and is increasingly subservient to Iran.
The Independent, Letters, By David Amess MP: Your article "Ahmadinejad seizes on America's retreat at 'anti-terror' conference" (27 June 2011) unjustly attacks the 3,400 Iranian refugees living in Camp Ashraf, Iraq.
The Independent, By Lord Clarke of Hampstead: Few could have expected it. Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, once the darling of bi-Partisan US administrations, today seems engulfed in domestic upheaval as the Arab Spring has shown no sign of abating in Iraq.