Quds force commander’s daughter: “my father was among the key element during the operation evacuating the Camp Ashraf.”
When in 2013, Camp Ashraf, home to members of Mujahedin of Iran, was attacked by Iraqi security forces, Iraqi and Iranian regimes claimed the attack was done by some unknown forces. Mujahedin, nevertheless, published photos, taken at the scene, of the assailant forces, wearing the uniforms of the Iraqi special force. They later gave clues that the attack was done by the order of Noori al-Maleki, then president of Iraq and a puppet of Iran’s Ayatollahs.
On September 1, 2013, Ashraf, refugee camp of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), north of Baghdad, was subject of a brutal attack by the Quds force of the Iranian revolutionary guards (IRGC) massacring 52 of the remaining residents, and 7 were taken hostage, while millions of Dollars worth of property was destroyed. All the residents including the victims were unarmed. The camp was previously home to about 3000 Mujahedin members, who earlier moved to another camp, next to Baghdad airport, trusting a memorandum offered to them by the United Nations and the United States, leaving only one hundred persons in the camp to oversee the safety of personal properties dislocated residents left behind.
Nine years have passed since the attack and now someone close to Khamenei, the Supreme Leader, confesses that Iranian regime forces were leading the attack on Camp Ashraf.
Fatemeh Irlu is the daughter of Hassan Irlu, terrorist Quds force commander in Yemen. Speaking to IRNA, Iranian regime’s official news agency, she admitted that her father was one of the main perpetrators of the attack on Camp Ashraf on September 1, 2013. She was speaking on the memory of her father who recently dubiously died in Yemen..
Fatemeh Irlu said, “Many of my father’s activities were not made public for security reasons, and even we are unaware of them, to the extent that after he (died) we realized that … he was among the key element during the operation evacuating the Camp Ashraf.”
The main duty of Quds Force commanders, such as Qassem Soleimani and Hassan Irlu has been to fund and lead their terrorist proxies in Iraq, Yemen, Syria and other neighboring countries.
One issue that the Iranian resistance, the Mujahedin and the National council of resistance (NCRI), have emphasized for decades is the fact that the of Iranian regime’s embassies around the world are epicenters for conduct of the regime’s terrorism. Albania, as an example, has already expelled Iranian ambassador from its soil.