Iraqi Shiite groups linked to Iran hit “Camp Liberty”, Maliki refuses to transport the wounded
Iraqi Shiite groups linked to Iran hit “Camp Liberty” with 35 shells and rocket forces and al-Maliki refuses to transport the wounded for treatment
Posted 09/02/2013 12:46 PM
BAGHDAD – “arenas of Liberation”
Hit Iraqi Shiite groups linked to Iran, “Camp Liberty” which the government has deposited Maliki, members of the “MKO” Iran, with 35 shells and rockets, which led to the fall of more than 100 dead and wounded from the opponents of the Tehran regime.
And announced elements “Hezbollah” in Iraq loyal to Iran, claimed responsibility for the attack, as confirmed PMOI opposition, that 35 mortar shells and rockets fell on the camp Liberty, west of Baghdad, and while suggesting to toll rises to 106 dead and injured, warned of the death of the injured because “the Iraqi government’s refusal” to hospitals outside the camp.
The organization warned of “the death of the wounded due to the issuance of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is to prevent the transfer of the wounded to hospitals outside the camp,” noting that “the medical clinic in the camp became useless after the shelling hit generating electricity that provide him with energy.”
And confirmed the UN mission in Iraq, Saturday, casualties as a result of exposure camp Liberty, which includes elements of the PMOI opposition, west of Baghdad, was bombed by missiles, and showed that the head of the mission Martin Kobler demanded the Iraqi government to open an urgent investigation into the incident.
The team issued a Work Group on Arbitrary Detention of the United Nations report (early December 2012), considered the humanitarian situation in the refugee camps of Ashraf and Liberty synonymous with Guantanamo and contrary to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.