The 3,300 Iranian dissidents currently residing in Camp Liberty are part of the main democratic opposition and symbolize the Iranian people’s yearning for freedom.
Over the past two years, dozens of them have been brutally massacred by assailing Iraqi forces at the behest of the Iranian regime and it is feared that another massacre at Camp Liberty may be in the works. Continue reading About the residents of Camp Liberty
The Iranian people have, for the past three decades, endured unspeakable torture, massacres, imprisonment, and economic disasters, all of which have been brought about by the ruling tyrannical regime. Young Iranians have risen up time and again to demand regime change, but were brutally suppressed each time by the regime’s forces on the streets and in the prisons of Tehran and other cities. They have not given up. They anonymously and secretively communicate to us, supporters outside the country, that they are vigilant and ready to act as soon as the next opportunity ascends to show their desire for change. Continue reading Iran’s Voice for Liberty Satellite TV and Radio – Simay-e Azadi (www.Iranntv.com)
Resettlement in another country is often the only way political refugees have a chance to rebuild their lives. Every year, thousands of Iranians escape the wrath of the dictatorial regime in Iran. The flow of political refugees from Iran spiked in mid 80’s and again after the June 2009 popular uprising in Iran. Escaping medieval oppression, these political refugees, mostly students and mostly women, routinely depart Iran without adequate documentation, financial resources, or shelter. Continue reading Refugee Resettlement
There remains no doubt that the government of Iran supports international terrorism and is flouting its international obligations with regards to respect for human rights, fundamental freedoms, rising executions – aptly displayed by the violent crackdown of peaceful, anti-government demonstrations in 2009. The Iranian government has also disregarded multiple United Nations Security Council Resolutions and seeks a nuclear weapon. Continue reading Iranian People’s Struggle for Liberty, Democracy, Women’s Rights
Shahabeh Barooti calling for the release of her mother and other hostages abducted by the Iraqi forces in the brutal attack on camp Ashraf on September 1, 2013.
Women in Camp Liberty call on President Obama for immediate action to free the seven hostages by putting pressure on Al-Maliki
Ashraf Massacre victim’s son calling on President Obamama; “Mr. Obama keep your promise!”
Interview of families of victim’s of 9/1 massacre in camp Ashraf by nouri al Maliki’s forces
Sahar and Nadereh, two residents of Camp Liberty, reach out to the world to help free the seven camp Ashraf hostages, abducted by Iraqi government on September 1st.
The brother and sister of Hassan Jabari, victim of September 1 massacre in Ashraf by Iraqi forces, have a message to all awakened consciences and human rights advocates around the world