BPCIF: On 19th July Mr Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Iraq and head of UNAMI, told the UN Security Council: “the [Iraqi] government’s patience is wearing thin. I therefore would like to ... urge Camp Ashraf residents to cooperate with Iraqi authorities and to relocate from Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriyeh (Liberty)”.

On 19th July Mr Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Iraq and head of UNAMI, told the UN Security Council: “the [Iraqi] government’s patience is wearing thin. I therefore would like to ... urge Camp Ashraf residents to cooperate with Iraqi authorities and to relocate from Camp Ashraf to Camp Hurriyeh (Liberty)”.

Mr Kobler is implicitly giving a green light to Iraq to commit further war crimes and a crime against humanity similar to the attacks of July 2009 and April 2011 on the defenceless refugees at Camp Ashraf. He did not mention the two attacks in his report and failed to criticise Iraq for such hideous actions and its refusal to permit an independent enquiry that

{mosimage}BPCIF: Members of Parliament from all Parties condemn the increasingly belligerent efforts of the Government of Iraq (GoI) to force members of the Iranian opposition PMOI to relocate from Camp Ashraf to Camp Liberty without upholding their minimum human rights.

{mosimage}BPCIF: More than 100 cross-Party Parliamentarians on Saturday rejected the call by the U.S. State Department on members of the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK) to vacate Camp Ashraf, their home for the past 26 years, without meeting their humanitarian needs. The MPs and Peers described the demand by the State Department as unjust.

{mosimage}BPCIF: On the eve of the UN Security Council meeting on Iraq, dozens of members of both Houses of Parliament urge the UN Security Council to emphasise on the need to guarantee the minimum human rights and humanitarian standards for the residents of Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty.