Iraq’s Political Refugees in Limbo

By Saleh al-Mutlaq

THERE IS so much tragedy in Iraq that some stories go underreported – eclipsed by other negative news.

This one requires attention: Inside Iraq, 20 kilometers west of the Iranian border and 60 kilometers northeast of Baghdad in Diyala province, stands Camp Ashraf where members of the Iranian opposition – known as the Mujahedin-e-Khalq – have lived for more than two decades. Today, some 3,500 residents live in Ashraf. Read More

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