Governor of the town of Khalis – north of Baghdad, in which Camp Ashraf is located - announced that the second group of Mujahedin-e Khalq elements are due to be expelled from Camp Ashraf today.
According to Habilian, on Wednesday Oday Khadran was quoted by an Iraqi news agency as declaring: “tomorrow 400 other members will be expelled from Ashraf and transferred to Camp Liberty.”
“The second stage of expulsion was due to be done last week, but because of some technical obstacles it was postponed,” Khadran said.
“According to an agreement reached between United Nations and Iraq, all the members of the group will be expelled from Iraq over the next four months,” added the governor of Khalis.
The first step towards the relocation of the Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist organization’s elements was taken in mid-February and some 400 were relocated to Camp Liberty, former U.S. military base near Baghdad International Airport.
Last week, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urged the group to complete the move, but they are complaining about the conditions at Liberty which the UN confirmed that it meets the international standards. MKO leaders accuse the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq of lying and misrepresenting the conditions at Camp Liberty.
In order to prevent the expulsion of MKO members from Iraq and being transferred to Camp Liberty which culminates in the collapse of her cult, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group’s ringleader Maryam Rajavi begged the US on Sunday to let them live a temporarily nomadic life on the Jordanian side of the border instead of their temporary relocation to Liberty.