Based on information received from inside the Iranian regime’s Guard Corps (IRGC), the agents of the terrorist Quds Force assisted and cooperated by Iraqi forces plan to target again Camp Ashraf with Katyusha rockets tonight (Thursday, December 29).
This is going to be the fourth rocket attack against Camp Ashraf since December 25th when the Memorandum of Understanding for a peaceful solution to Ashraf crisis was signed by the United Nations. In the past three attacks, clear indications of coordination between the Iraqi forces and the mullahs’ regime could be seen.
Following the third attack last night, AFP quoted “an official at the Iraqi security command centre in Diyala provincial capital Baquba” as saying, “Four mortars fell on Camp Ashraf at around 8:15 pm”. Nevertheless, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) indicated that it is not in a position to independently verify these various reports as the mission does not have a presence at the camp aside from its periodic visits.
Today, representatives of Ashraf residents informed Mr. Martin Kobler, Special Representative of Secretary-General, and the representative of the U.S. Embassy of the plan for the attack and hence requested a permanent presence of a UN monitoring team in Ashraf.
Clearly, the objective of the mullahs’ regime and its Iraqi hirelings of these rocket attacks is to defeat a peaceful resolution for the Ashraf crisis and to exert pressure for a compulsory relocation and a massive carnage in Ashraf.
This is while on Wednesday, December 28, based on Mrs. Clinton’s statement of December 25 on the security and safety of Ashraf residents and the SRSG’s letter to Ashraf residents promising to continue endeavors to resolve the outstanding issues, Mrs. Rajavi announced that “as a gesture of goodwill 400 Ashraf residents are prepared to go to Camp Liberty with their moveable property and vehicles at first opportunity. The relocation of the first group of residents is, at the same time, a test of the Iraqi Government’s attitude toward the commitments it has given to the United Nations and the United States.”
Iranian Resistance invites UNAMI to inspect the sites hit by rocket attacks and to speak with Ashraf residents who demand the stationing of UN and U.S. monitors in Ashraf during the next six months until the last resident is transferred and all issues are resolved.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
December 29, 2011