13 December 2017
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REPORT TO THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING ON IRAQ  TUESDAY 16th FEBRUARY 2016 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Iraq is facing perhaps the deepest crisis in its history. Daesh has seized a significant part of Iraqi territory and meanwhile Iran is using the excuse of fighting a war against terrorism to extend its meddling inside Iraq, commanding and funding dozens of brutal Shi’ia militias that are butchering the civilian Sunni population at will, marginalising the Sunnis and driving them into the arms of…
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release 13th February 2016   Call to disband paramilitary and popular mobilization forces, as barriers to reforms, national reconciliation in Iraq, and victory over Daesh   Iran-backed paramilitary forces which operate as criminal groups or in the guise of popular mobilization forces are today the main cause of sectarian conflicts, killing and murder, ethnic cleansing and population displacement in Iraq. They are driving the country towards internal conflict and ultimate collapse. In addition, these groups have…
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release 12th February 2016 WEST SHOULD DEMAND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN EXCHANGE FOR AID TO IRAQ The EU should treat with great caution pleas for aid by the Iraqi Prime Minister. This is the view of the President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) Struan Stevenson, in the wake of the visit to Berlin this week of Haider al-Abadi, the Iraqi Prime Minister. Abadi was in Berlin to beg for cash from Angela Merkel. Pleading poverty…
For immediate release 27 January, 2016 Iraq: pro-Iran militias should be placed on international terrorist lists   The dreadful atrocities of the Shi’ite militias affiliated with the Iranian regime in various regions of Iraq, including Meqhdadiya, and the abductions perpetrated by them, including the three Americans in Baghdad and formerly a group of Qatari citizens in the south, have exacerbated the crises engulfing Iraq. The most murderous militia organisations affiliated with Iran are the Badr Corps, Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq (AAH)…

IRAQ: THE SILENCE OF THE WEST Wednesday, 03 February 2016 11:15

IRAQ: THE SILENCE OF THE WEST The city of Ramadi in central Iraq was captured by Daesh (ISIS) in May 2015. It was a city of over one million, mostly Sunni people. Last month, most of the city was recaptured by the Iraqi military, with the assistance of Shi’ia militias, funded and led by commanders from the Iranian Quds Force – a listed terrorist organisation. Nine months under the control of Daesh was devastating enough for Ramadi, but the final onslaught…
Iraq : Meqhdadiya under siege for the second week Call to dissolve the pro-Iran militias & Popular Mobilization Force (Hashid al-Shaabi) PRESS RELEASE  For immediate release 19 January 2016 The siege on the people of Diyala and the suppression, particularly in Meqhdadiya,  by the militias associated with Iran is continuing. The military and security forces that have entered the town have done nothing to protect the people. Limited reports from Meqhdadiya  indicate the torching of Sunni mosques and homes, as…
Press release Brussels- 14 January 2016   Iraq: Massacre and forced migration of Sunnis by Iranian militias in Diyala, particularly in Meqhdadiya Iraqi PM Abadi, U.S. and UN Security Council must intervene to stop crimes against humanity in Diyala Shocking reports are filtering out of Iraq of the organised slaughter and execution of Sunni citizens in Diyala Province and the blowing up of Sunni mosques, especially in the town of Meqhdadiya. Regrettably, the Government of Iraq and the U.S. government…
Press release Brussels- 7 January 2016   Victory of Iraqi army and Sunni tribes in Ramadi The need for extensive training and arming of Sunnis by U.S. Although the battle for Ramadi and the Anbar Province has not been conclusively decided and heavy clashes continue, there is little doubt that the terrorist Daesh (ISIS) group has been dealt a crushing defeat in this region and the Iraqi army and the armed Sunni tribes have scored a great victory, especially in…
Brussels- 23 December 2015 Iraq: UN Security Council should act immediately to stop the theft of Baiji refinery equipment by Iran Following the defeat of the Daesh (ISIS) terrorists and their forced retreat from the city of Baiji in northern Iraq, the Iranian-led militias quickly took control of the area. As a result, the Baiji oil refinery, the biggest in Iraq, is currently being dismantled and transferred to Iran. Many technicians from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, on the pretext…
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