New revelations about Iran regime’s role in the Iraqi attack on Camp Ashra

10 08 2009

Iranian opposition’s Camp Ashraf attacked – Statement 73

NCRI  – The Iranian Resistance has obtained new details from inside the inhuman clerical regime about the role of that regime in the Iraqi forces’ attack against Camp Ashraf. According to this information:

1. The criminal attack against Ashraf was discussed some time ago in the course of meetings held at the regime’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) chaired by the mullahs’ President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The attack was also planned by the terrorist Qods Force. The minutes of the meetings were reported to the regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, personally.

2. The final preparations for the attack were carried out the day before on Monday, July 27, between Hassan Kazemi-Qomi, a Qods Force commander and the regime’s ambassador in Iraq, and Iraqi forces.

3. In the course of the attacks on July 28, 29, and 30th, Kazemi-Qomi had full contact as well as meetings with Iraqi authorities to advance the clerical regime’s criminal agenda against Ashraf residents. During these days, he sent reports of the attacks directly to the central command of the terrorist Qods Force as well as to four other organs of the regime, including Khamenei’s office, the Foreign Minister’s office, the Iraq desk at the Foreign Ministry, and the Central Office of Report Audit (a branch of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security at the Foreign Ministry).

4. The clerical regime and its proxies and agents in Iraq expected to finish the job against Ashraf residents during the July 28 and July 29th criminal raids, in accordance with a pre-determined plan. However, the heroic empty-handed resistance of Ashraf residents against the violent assault spoiled all their previous calculations.

5. Despite that, the Iranian regime’s officials at the SNSC held a meeting on July 30th to review the results of the attack. They expressed satisfaction regarding the actions of Nouri al-Maliki, the Iraqi Prime Minister, saying, “Al-Maliki stayed perfectly loyal to his commitment to Khamenei.”

6. Subsequently, the Qods Force sent a number of its agents to Iraq on July 30th in order to evaluate the situation on the ground, review the results of the attack, and devise new plots. On July 30th and August 1st, diplomatic passports were issued for at least three of these agents to be sent to Iraq.

7. Most of the forces which attacked Ashraf had spent years in Iran and were part of the 9th Badr Brigade and employees of the regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Qods Force. Some of the assailing forces were from the office of mullah Hakim in Baghdad.

8. The Ashraf dossier at the SNSC is supervised by an individual identified as Ali Bagheri, the SNSC Deputy of Foreign Policy and International Security Affairs. Bagheri, who is also the Chair of the Security Department of the SNSC, is responsible for issues concerning the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and Camp Ashraf at the SNSC. In addition to the SNSC and the Qods Force, the mullahs’ ministries of Intelligence (MOIS), Foreign Affairs and the Interior, also pursue the case of Ashraf and the PMOI.

9. Hassan Ameri, former commander of the 9th Badr Brigade and Chairman of the Security Committee at the Iraqi Parliament, closely worked during all phases of the criminal attacks with Kazemi-Qomi and other Qods Force agents.

10. The IRGC’s terrorist Qods Force commands and manages all of the Iranian regime’s Iraqi affairs, and Mohammad Jafari Sahraroudi, the Deputy of Qods Commander Ghasem Soleimani is responsible for the Iraq portfolio for the Iranian regime.

11. At the Foreign Ministry, the issue of Ashraf is supervised at the Iraq desk, which is headed by Hossein Kamalian and his deputy, Saeed Mahboubi-Nezhad. A representative from the MOIS also takes part in meetings of the Iraq desk.

12. The organ responsible for MOIS plans and plots against the PMOI and Ashraf is the Elteqat General Office of the MOIS, which is the ministry’s most important section and is headed by Javad Mehdian. In addition to that, the Iraqi Affairs Section of the MOIS, chaired by Taghva, is also responsible for the regime’s plots against Ashraf.

13. At the Interior Ministry, Mohsen Sadeghi, the General Secretary of Security at the ministry, pursues matters relating to the PMOI and Ashraf.

14. The regime has conveyed its methods and experiences in the fields of psychological warfare and spreading of propaganda against the PMOI to its agents in Iraq. These methods are meant to diminish public anger in Iraq against the crimes being committed. The Iranian regime’s proxies in Iraq have resorted to the same lies in recent days that the clerical regime has spread against the PMOI for decades.

15. After the criminal attack of Iraqi forces against Ashraf, the clerical regime ordered its three Arab TV stations, al-Alam, al-Kosar, and Al-Forat, to enter Ashraf and produce footage of sections of the camp occupied by the Iraqi forces to make it seem as if the situation there is completely normal.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
August 7, 2009



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