Iraqi forces intensify pressures on Iranians in Camp Liberty in need of medical care

Iraqi forces intensify pressures on Iranians in Camp Liberty in need of medical care

Published by on December 27, 2014

The Iraqi force stationed in the camp near Baghdad International Airport that houses Iranian dissidents have prevented the entry of gasoline for a few vehicle used for transfer of the sick and wounded residents.

This is the third week that the Iraqi forces are not allowing the small amount of gasoline purchased by the residents to enter the camp.

The residents basically use the vehicles to distribute food and to transport

the sick and wounded and those who are unable to walk on gravel-covered walkways of the camp.

The latest measure is doubling the pressures on the resident particularly the sick and wounded in the camp that continues to be subject of logistical and medical siege.

On December 21 and 22, the Iraqi forces did not allow the interpreters to accompany four sick residents going to hospital in Baghdad. Due to long delay caused by Iraqi forces the patients returned from hospital without reaching any results.

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