Iran rebels resist leaving Iraq, fear for future

Iranian opposition exiles informed that they are no longer welcome in Iraq say they will not go willingly and intend to use legal means to fight any attempt to drive them out by force. “If I will go back, I will face torture and execution,” Farhad Eshradhy, 51, told Reuters from Camp Ashraf, the base of exiled guerrillas from the People’s Mujahideen of Iran (PMOI). “The position of the Iraqi government, it is entirely illegal,” he said by telephone. “If they are going (to close the camp) by force, there is going to be legal reaction.”


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