Qods Force Plan for Psychological Torture of Liberty Residents


According to reliable reports received from inside Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), the religious fascists ruling Iran, in cooperation with the Government of Iraq, intend torture Liberty residents.

They plan to send the mullahs’ Qods Force and intelligence agents who have been stationed around Ashraf since three years ago to the “Liberty” location in Iraq. Those agents engaged in psychological torture of the residents in Ashraf, and they will now transfer the loudspeakers which were used for their psychological torture, to Liberty.

Under the guise of residents’ families, intelligence agents have been engaged in psychological torture of Ashraf residents around the clock for about two years, with 320 loudspeakers. Presently on the order of the Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad, loudspeakers have been removed from Ashraf and have been transferred to the agents’ residential trailer at Ashraf entrance.

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Some of the 320 speakers set up by the Iraqi army, used by Iranian agents, to torture Ashraf residents.

Sending Qods Force To Liberty, In Iraq

According to reports, mullahs’ intelligence intends to continue dispatching agents to Ashraf as long as PMOI members are present there. At the same time it plans to provide required facilities for stationing them close to Liberty. The Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad has set up 6 trailers in one of the bystreets adjacent to Liberty. Based on the plans, this location would be ready by November and the regime’s agents will be stationed there afterward.

The embassy plan is to transfer agents from Iran to Iraq and stay in a hotel in Baghdad. From there, they would go daily to these trailers in order to go to Liberty’s entrance with the company and protection of Iraqi forces.

International Red Cross Involved With Iranian Agent

The Iranian regime has negotiated with the Iraqi government and the International Committee of Red Cross to obtain necessary permits and facilitate agents’ entry to Iraq.

According to obtained reports from within the regime, the Iraqi Prime Ministry sent a letter to the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad notifying them that Sorayya Abdollahi, known intelligence agent, can take over the agents’ connex in Liberty as “families’ representatives.” She has been one the organizers of psychological torture of Ashraf residents over the past three years and has been repeatedly exposed by the Iranian resistance.

Iranian Dissidents Protected By Fourth Geneva Convention

The presence of these agents around Liberty shows that the Iraqi government continues to advance the inhuman and suppressive demands of the mullahs’ regime against Iranian dissidents. The Iranian dissidents are under the protection of Fourth Geneva Convention and based on the statements of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees are formal asylum seekers and “persons of concern”.

Iraq And Iran Violating International Law

The continuation of these suppressive measures and psychological torture of residents not only violates international humanitarian and human rights laws, but it is a clear violation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government of Iraq and the United Nations, and the terms of the Special Representative of the Secretary General’s letters to the residents including the letter of December 28, 2011.

The United Nations is judicially required to guarantee the protection of Ashraf residents

According to the opinion of the most prominent international jurists, the United Nations is judicially required to guarantee the protection of Ashraf residents and if this requirement is not met because of the UN negligence or failure to act, the UN has judicial responsibility.

Editor’s Note: These Iranian Resistance members (also known as MEK or PMOI) were living in Camp Ashraf in Iraq – see the many NewsBlaze stories about that, below. They agreed to move to “Camp Liberty,” also in Iraq, but their harrassment by Iran, working in concert with Iraq, continues, even though the UN, the US and Iraq agreed to keep them safe.

Shahriar Kia is a political analyst and human rights activist who is a member of Iranian opposition, PMOI. He graduated from Texas State University, USA. Connect with him on Twitter.