In the last days of Maliki and in breach of Security Council resolution, the mullahs of Iran are selling him hundreds of millions of dollars in weapons. By the orders of Khamenei, the mullahs’ regime has tasked Maliki’s government to place an all out blockade against Camp Liberty.
The Iranian Resistance has acquired precise reports from inside the country that by making use of the last weeks of Maliki’s governance, the clerical regime has sold hundreds of millions of dollars in weapons and ammunition to the Iraqi government. This accord is in blatant breach of UN Security Council resolution 1747. It was signed during the mullahs’ foreign minister’s visit to Baghdad (August 24, 2014). On this trip, Zarif expressed gratitude to Maliki for helping the Iranian regime skirt international sanctions.
These documents and reports show that in the recent months and in numerous visits and meetings in Tehran and Baghdad, upon orders from Khamenei and the directive of the regime’s Supreme Security Council, the regime’s foreign ministry, intelligence, terrorist Quds Force, and embassy in Baghdad, have tasked Maliki’s government to impose all-out pressure on the PMOI in Camp Liberty.
These documents and reports are readily presentable to any impartial body. Imposition of these pressures was one of the issues in the discussions of Ali Shamkhani, Secretary of the regime’s Supreme Security Council, and Qasem Soleimani, Commander of the Quds Force, and their entourage with Maliki and Faleh Fayyaz, as well as other people in the Iraqi Prime Ministry in Baghdad (July 18, 2014).
Moreover, in the visit by Zarif and his delegation which included members of the Supreme Security Council, the Quds Force the issue of intensifying the siege on Camp Liberty, was discussed with the staff of Maliki’s office and the Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf in the Iraqi prime ministry and the details were reviewed. In these visits, they requested the cutoff of fuel to Camp Liberty and the imposition of severe restrictions on food, as well as in the transfer of patients to hospitals.
According to these documents, the Iranian regime’s leaders have told Iraqi officials that given the repeated failures of the Iranian regime and the Iraqi government in annihilating the PMOI through repeated massacres and by imprisoning them in Camp Liberty, and considering the failure of measures undertaken by Martin Kobler, the former representative of United Nations in Iraq, to coerce PMOI to surrender to the clerical regime and return back to Iran, the sole avenue to bring the PMOI to its knees is through a comprehensive blockade that denies them fuel, water, food, medicine and access to essential necessities and medical services.
Following these talks, Iraqi officials increased their hampering in taking Camp Liberty patients to the hospitals. Next,they stonewalled the entry of fuel and food, such that since August 13, less than 10% of the needed fuel has been allowed into Camp Liberty. According to these documents, in return, the clerical regime has committed to support the interests of Maliki and his cohorts. They will also try to appoint him and his inner circle to positions in the next government in order to help them escape prosecution and punishment inside Iraq and at the international level.