Stop Fundamentalism, April 9, 2011 - Last night another resident of Camp Ashraf, a woman named Saba Haft Baradaran died of injuries received during yesterday's attack of Nuri al-Maliki forces on the Iranian refugee camp Ashraf.
The Number of deaths has now climbed to 33, reports the website of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, warning it will go much higher if medical supplies and care does not reach the camp by United States and International bodies very soon. there are over 300 injured mostly by gunshot wounds.
The Iraqi forces are baring reporters and journalist from entering the camp.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the NCRI, in a message, called on the United States forces at the scene to take immediate measures to provide medical treatment to those wounded and are in urgent need of medical care. She also asked the US forces to "remove the obstacles al-Maliki has placed to impede entering Ashraf."
Mrs. Rajavi described the events of April 7 as "bloody Friday of Ashraf" and emphasized that the US and United Nations should take immediate action to release those who have been taken hostage by the Nuri al-Maliki forces.
Rajavi described al-Maliki to be "New Iraq's Dictator" and asked the United Nations Security Council to conduct a comprehensive investigation over the massacre yesterday.