• دیدار آن سینگلتون از کمپ عراق جدید (سابقا اشرف). مجاهدین خلق (فرقه رجوی) در پروسه پیشرفت دموکراسی در عراق خرابکاری می کنند
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  • چه کسی مسئول رنج مداوم خانواده های اعضای گرفتار در پادگان اشرف است؟ (بنیاد خانواده سحر، ژوئیه 2010: آمریکا یک راه بیشتر ندارد. باید دست دولت عرا
  • صدور حکم بازداشت مریم و مسعود رجوی و 37 تن دیگر از مجاهدین خلق در عراق (رویترر، ژوئیه 2019)
  • ایران اینترلینک - گزارش دوم از بغداد، اردوگاه اشرف و سازمان مجاهدین خلق (فرقه رجوی) - مسعود خدابنده، ایران اینترلینک، سپتامبر 2009
  • نظرات دکتر موفق الربیعی در مورد کمپ اشرف، مسعود رجوی و "زهر زدایی" از اعضای سازمان مجاهدین خلق (خبرگزاری رویتر، ششم آوریل 2009 )
  • ممانعت رجوی (رهبر فرقه مجاهدین خلق) از ورود هیأت تحقیق وزارت حقوق بشر به اشرف (اصوات العراق، چهاردهم مارس 2009)
  • الموتمر عراق: اتحاديه اروپا منافقين را به خاك خود دعوت كند (موتمر، یازدهم فوریه 2009)
  • آقای بنی صدر: وقتی سازمانی وابسته شد طبیعتا وجه المصالحه می شود (رادیو فرانسه، پنجم فوریه 2009)
  • آمریکا تبعیدیان ایرانی تحت حمایت را در عراق بلاتکلیف نگاه میدارد (گزارشاتی از شبکه رادیو عمومی ملی امریکا از بغداد و تهران. آوریل 2008)
  • ورود اولین سری نجات یافتگان از جهنم اشرف در عراق به کشورهای اروپایی
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  • ترجمه گزارش ویژه ایران اینترلینک از بغداد، قرارگاه اشرف و مجاهدین خلق (ایران اینترلینک، مسعود خدابنده، فوریه 2008)
  • اتحادیه اروپا بار دیگر مجاهدین (شورای ملی مقاومت،ارتش آزادیبخش، فرقه رجوی ...) را در فهرست تروریستها قرار داد ( دسامبر 2007)
  • هیئت نمایندگی پارلمان اروپا در ایران با انجمن نجات دیدار نمود (دسامبر 2007)
  • رئیس گروه پارلمان اروپا: سازمان مجاهدین در اتحادیه اروپا، انگلستان و آمریکا همچنان غیر قانونی و سیاست ما نفی آن است (دسامبر2007)
  • همایش ؛ مغز شویی ؛ جنایت علیه بشریت (دانشگاه تبریز، دسامبر 2007)
  • دیدار و سخنرانی پرفسور شلدون فوت و مسعود خدابنده در پارلمان بریتانیا (نوامبر 2007)
  • هیئت نمایندگی پارلمانی بریتانیا از انجمن نجات در تهران دیدار کرد (نوامبر 2007)
  • رجوی رهبر مجاهدین به اعضای فرقه اجازه ملاقات با خانواده بدهد (خدابنده، اوت 2007)
  • سایت رجوی: هیچکس ، واقعا هیچکس صلاحیت انتقاد به رهبران پاک باز آزادی را ندارد! (ایران دیدبان، چهارم اوت 2007)
  • وصلت با تروریستها؟ نه! (کنت تیمرمن، سیزده ژوئیه 2007)
  • استفاده ابزاری از نام مسعود رجوی در تبلیغات مجاهدین حاکی از شتاب گرفتن سقوط فرقه به فاجعه غیر قابل کنترل نهایی است (بریف ایران - اینترلینک)
  • گزینه هایی سخت در روند مذاکرات ایران و امریکا (مسعود خدابنده، آسیا تایمز، بیست و یکم می 2007)
  • انتشار گزارش جدید وزارت خارجه امریکا (مسعود خدابنده، سوم می 2007)
  • اظهارات ابراهيم خدابنده و جميل بصام در مورد مجاهدین خلق (فرقه رجوی) - ایسنا، هشتم آوریل 2007
  • مصاحبه تلویزیون کانال سه بریتانیا با آن سینگلتون در رابطه با مجاهدین خلق، فرقه تروریستی رجوی(سی و یکم مارس 2007)
  • نامه سرگشاده ابراهیم خدابنده به مسعود رجوی رهبر سازمان مجاهدین خلق ایران و شورای ملی مقاومت ایران (سی مارس 2007)
  • مادری التماس می کند که میشود خبری از بچه من بگیری؟!!(دکتر نوری زاده، مارس 2007)

  • داستان کمپ اشرف - مجاهدین خلق قربانیان اربابانی بی شمار (تقدیم به خانواده های تمامی قربانیان فرقه رجوی)

    داستان کمپ اشرف

    مجاهدین خلق قربانیان اربابانی بی شمار

    تقدیم به خانواده های  تمامی قربانیان فرقه رجوی

    کتاب "داستان اشرف"، نوشته آن سینگلتون و مسعود خدابنده، به زبان انگلیسی است و اکنون در کتابفروشی ها و سایتهای آمازون در کشورهای اروپایی و امریکا قابل دسترسی می باشد. جهت تهیه کتاب همچنین می توانید با ایران اینترلینک تماس برقرار فرمایید.

    ... داستان عجیب کمپ اشرف در عراق از زمان تاسیس آن در سال 1986 تا کنون در این کتاب مورد بررسی قرار گرفته است. این کمپ در آغاز برای استقرار سازمان مجاهدین خلق (با نامهای دیگر همچون ام کی او، ام ای کی، فرقه رجوی، ...) بوجود آمد تا رهبر آن مسعود رجوی بتواند بعنوان نیروی کمکی صدام حرکت های خشونت بار و تروریستی مجاهدین خلق طی جنگ هشت ساله را پیش ببرد. دیری نپایید تا کمپ اشرف تحت سایه ولینعمت جدید، صدام حسین، به مرکز تعلیمات نظامی و مغز شویی های فرقه ای تبدیل گردید بطوری که همین سازمان مجاهدین در سالهای بعد تحت نام ارتش خصوصی صدام بعنوان بخشی جدایی ناپذیر از دستگاه مخوف نظامی امنیتی دیکتاتور سابق در سرکوب شیعیان و اکراد عراق شرکت کرد...

    New Book

    The Life of Camp Ashraf

    Mojahedin-e Khalq – Victims of Many Masters

    By Anne Singleton and Massoud Khodabandeh

    First published September 2011 by IRAN-INTERLINK

    http://Camp-Ashraf.com

    ISBN 978-0-9545009-1-7

    The book is now available through bookshops and Amazon websites throughout Europe and America

    Alternatively contact Iran Interlink directly for your copy

    Product Description

    The fascinating story of the controversial life of Camp Ashraf in Iraq from its foundation in 1986 to the present day is told in this book. Originally created to accommodate the Iranian opposition group Mojahedin-e Khalq (aka MEK, MKO, PMOI, Rajavi cult) and its leader Massoud Rajavi for coordinating the violent overthrow of the regime in Iran, Camp Ashraf became the MEK’s main military and ideological training base. The MEK later became known as Saddam’s Private Army as it became an integral element in the Iraqi dictator’s repressive apparatus.

    But, even years after the fall of Saddam the MEK still has the support and backing of many in the West and is therefore able to resist opening its doors to the outside world. It is the hidden life inside Camp Ashraf which renders it so controversial. The isolated garrison became the experimental ground for Rajavi to turn his group into a dangerous, destructive mind control cult. Rajavi keeps the rank and file in the camp in a state of modern slavery to perform acts of terrorism and to fulfil propaganda roles in Western countries for the group’s many masters.

    Massoud Rajavi’s methods of enthralling his followers include banning marriage and having children, instilling irrational phobic reactions to external factors, denying any contact with the outside world through radio, television, letters or telephones. In particular members must have no contact with their families. This book exposes the hidden life of the camp and its inhabitants. It speaks for the silent victims of the Rajavi cult and for the families who wait outside the camp for news of their loved ones.

    In conclusion, the book examines the ways to deal with the problem of how to dismantle a dangerous destructive mind control cult and free its members as various parties vie for control over the group for their own agendas.

    CONTENTS Page

    INTRODUCTION  

    1965 – 1986
    THE MEK AND IRAQ 

    1986 – 1991
    THE GOLDEN AGE 

    1988 – 1993
    THE IDEOLOGICAL PHASE

      1991
    GULF WAR ONE 

    1991 – 1997
    THE MEK’S DECLINE 

    1997 – 2003
    CAMP ASHRAF PRISON – NO EXIT 

    2003 – 2007
    THE MEK PLACED ON LIFE SUPPORT 

    2007 – 2009
      A GROWING HUMANITARIAN CRISIS 

    2009
    INEVITABLE CHANGE 

    CAMP ASHRAF - PAST ITS ‘BEST BEFORE’ DATE 

    CONCLUSION 

    APPENDICES 

    INTRODUCTION

    The controversial life of Camp Ashraf from its foundation to the present day makes a fascinating story in itself. The camp was created by Saddam Hussein in 1986 to accommodate the Iranian opposition group Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and its leader Massoud Rajavi. Founded in 1965 the MEK first took up arms to try to oust the Shah. Two years after the 1979 Iranian revolution Rajavi tried to engineer a coup against Ayatollah Khomeini. It failed and he fled to Paris in 1981. Rajavi then tried to conduct his armed struggle against the new Islamic Republic from Paris but when this failed he was given succour in Iraq where Camp Ashraf became the MEK’s main military and ideological training base.

    The close relationship between Saddam and Rajavi led to the MEK being dubbed Saddam’s Private Army; Camp Ashraf played an integral role in the survival of the Iraqi dictator after the First Gulf war when Rajavi used his forces to help crush the Kurdish and Shiite uprisings. In 2003 Camp Ashraf became an enemy target for the Multi National Forces when Operation Iraq Freedom removed Saddam Hussein from power. Then in a paradoxical move the US Government provided military protection for Camp Ashraf for eight years while its inhabitants remained on the US Terrorism List.

    Camp Ashraf came under the control of the democratically elected Government of Iraq in January 2009 (under the Status of Forces Agreement). After that time it was inevitable that the camp would close. Successive Iraqi governments since 2003 insisted that the Americans close Camp Ashraf and expel the foreign terrorist group Mojahedin-e Khalq from the country because of the group’s history of terrible crimes against the people of Iraq.

    In the course of twenty five years Camp Ashraf has seen many changes. But the real story of course is not about the camp but about the lives of the people who inhabited it; how they came to be there and why they must now leave.

    In its forty five year history, the MEK organisation has undergone many public image changes; from guerrilla fighters, resistance army, terrorist entity to feminist democratic opposition. The man who has led the group through all these superficial incarnations is Massoud Rajavi. And behind the glamorous advertisements of a sophisticated and relentless propaganda machine, his single-minded pursuit of power at any cost and his fundamental belief in the use of violence to achieve this aim of power, has not changed one iota in all this time.

    Rajavi was a charismatic speaker and skilled psychological manipulator. He discovered in himself a talent for totalitarian control which matched his narcissistic ambition for power. Although he began to convert the Mojahedin-e Khalq organisation into a cult while still in Paris, it was the acquisition of the isolated, closed world of Camp Ashraf which provided the perfect crucible to extend his experiment. In Camp Ashraf he has forced the MEK members along a most extraordinary route of mental and physical anguish to meet his needs.

    Over the years former members who escaped from Camp Ashraf have told their stories to a world unwilling or unable to listen. Thousands of them consistently and courageously described the conditions of the internal revolutions and Rajavi’s bizarre requirements for members to divorce and to remove all the children from the camp; to undergo the daily humiliations of public self-confessions which enforce the celibacy and gender apartheid; to suffer micro-management of their every waking moment which imposed deliberately exhausting work schedules and disorienting indoctrination sessions; to be deprived of any information from and contact with the outside world and their families. Rajavi did all this to keep his members from leaving. When this failed, he imprisoned them.

    Camp Ashraf is now a double prison for the residents. They are trapped by Rajavi’s psychological manipulations which engender paralysing fear in everyone behind the barbed wire fences which he has had erected to keep them physically inside. But they are trapped ultimately by the misguided ignorance and misplaced sympathy of all those external agencies which could take action to free them but don’t.

    The life of Camp Ashraf has reached a critical juncture. It must close. The residents must leave. But over and above Massoud Rajavi’s refusal to leave, there are a host of third parties with their own agendas which militate against closure. The main players are the Americans and the Iranians who have developed their own narratives and myths around the MEK in order to use it as a tool to aggravate and intensify their thirty year enmity. Between the ‘bomb Iran, regime change’ pundits in America and the ‘crackdown on foreign backed violent opposition’ proponents in Iran, all the bases are covered.

    It is these voices which dominate political debates and media reporting on Camp Ashraf. But the political and security issues are a decoy to avoid answering the fundamental question. After twenty five years of testimony describing severe human rights abuses why do the individual residents of Camp Ashraf still have no voice? Why do people continue to escape the camp even in spite of the severe restrictions? At the time of Saddam Hussein perhaps these questions could be ignored. But now?

    The original inspiration to write the story of Camp Ashraf came from witnessing the determination of the families of the camp’s residents to rescue their loved ones. Since 2003 they braved bombs and bullets to reach the gate of Camp Ashraf in the hope of finding their relatives. They refused to give up, refused to take no for an answer. Even when the MEK began to pelt missiles at them they refused to give up. Their extraordinary love and courage needs to be voiced and this voice needs to reach above the cacophony of the false hand wringing and political wailing to those who are in a position to help.

    But as the story unfolded it became obvious that the really voiceless victims of Camp Ashraf are its residents. As the stories of individual members emerged it was clear that many had died and many more had suffered before their information could reach the public domain. Currently around 3500 people continue trapped and held hostage to the callous whims of the various pitiless powerful political forces who do not care about their individual fates. This book must speak out on their behalf.

    This book therefore is an attempt to tell their story in the hope that this will halt the diversion of this issue to everything else except this fundamental question – why are people risking everything to run away from Camp Ashraf and the MEK and why is no one listening to them?

    http://Camp-Ashraf.com

    ISBN 978-0-9545009-1-7

    The book is now available through bookshops and Amazon websites throughout Europe and America

    Alternatively contact Iran Interlink directly for your copy 

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    Also read other reports

    Iran Interlink is a campaigning and activist group. Its aims are to expose the MEK as a destructive cult and to promote and protect the human rights of its victims who are mainly

    based in Camp Ashraf in the Diyala province of Iraq. Further information can be found at www.iran-interlink.org

    First Report (February 2008) - (PDF version)

    Second Report (September 2009) - (PDF version)

    Third Report (April 2011) - (PDF version)

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