On September 1, 2013, Iraqi forces stormed Camp Ashraf, murdered 52 residents and abducted seven others. All documents and witnesses indicate that Iraqi government conducted this attack and all seven hostages, six women and one man, are in the custody of the Iraqi Prime Ministry’s forces in Iraq. United States and United Nations are responsible for the safety, security, and health of more than three thousand residents of Camps Ashraf and Liberty, based on agreements with the residents. An international campaign to free the seven hostages is ongoing, and several hundred residents of Camp Liberty are on hunger strike, demanding president Obama to put pressure on Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Maliki to release the hostages.
This blog is dedicated to the freedom of the seven hostages.