The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom condemns in the strongest terms the recent mass executions in Iran and is deeply concerned by a new wave of executions by the fundamentalist regime.

BPCIF: The conditions for issuing death sentence for Iraq’s Vice President, Dr. Tariq al- Hashemi, are seriously suspicious and members of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom expressed serious concern over this issue and called on the UN and UNAMI to lunch an independent inquiry to identify real perpetrators of violence and chaos in Iraq.

The conditions for issuing death sentence for Iraq’s Vice President, Dr. Tariq al- Hashemi, are seriously suspicious and members of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom expressed serious concern over this issue and called on the UN and UNAMI to lunch an independent inquiry to identify real perpetrators of violence and chaos in Iraq.

BPCIF: The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom strongly condemns the acts of violence on Monday 27 August by Iraqi government forces against Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf who were preparing for their transfer to Camp Liberty in Baghdad.

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom strongly condemns the acts of violence on Monday 27 August by Iraqi government forces against Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf who were preparing for their transfer to Camp Liberty in Baghdad.

Reports from Camp Ashraf, corroborated by photographic evidence, point out that during the inspection process Iraqi forces attacked Ashraf residents with sticks, metal bars, vases, stones, and even inspection table parts in the presence of United Nations monitors. The attack resulted in 20 residents being injured in their arms, heads and faces, including two who received fractures in the arm.

BPCIF: Members of Parliament from all Parties Wednesday evening rejected a so-called UN "roadmap" for Camp Ashraf residents which aims to transfer the "Protected Persons" to a camp that a Working Group of the UN Human Rights Council last week described as a "detention centre".

Members of Parliament from all Parties Wednesday evening rejected a so-called UN "roadmap" for Camp Ashraf residents which aims to transfer the "Protected Persons" to a camp that a Working Group of the UN Human Rights Council last week described as a "detention centre".
 
The roadmap, presented by UNAMI chief Martin Kobler, sidelines the residents' rights under international law and damages the credibility of the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq.