The international community should act to prevent a catastrophe and ensure that the story of the residents of Camp Liberty in Iraq does not go down as tragedy.
It is time for the United States to fight back in the Iranian information wars against Tehran's dissidents.
The Iranian people had many hopes after the fall of the shah in February 1979 but that great revolution was hijacked by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and the Islamic fundamentalists and a much more ruthless tyranny began.
Hillary Clinton deserves admiration for removing the PMOI from the U.S. list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations, although it should have happened years ago.
Iran's spiritual leader Ali Khamenei has given his orders to the Iraqi government: Camp Ashraf, near Baghdad, must be "invaded."
Many eyes will be focused on the U.N. Security Council this week when it hears a report from the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Iraq Martin Kobler.
Rather than appeasing Tehran and hamper the efforts of the Iranian resistance, the United States should support the PMOI and its aim of regime change in Iran.
The author says the West should support the path to a democratic, free, secular and non-nuclear Iran as pronounced by NCRI President Maryam Rajavi in 2004.
Nearly 400 residents of an Iraqi camp for Iranian dissidents moved to a new facility near Baghdad, the U.S. State Department announced.
The leader of an Iranian dissident group called on 400 residents of an enclave in Iraq's Diyala province to move to facilities in Baghdad.