اعضای سابق مجاهدین و
زندانیان کنونی آمریکا در
کمپ تیف (TIPF) را دریابیم!
من نیز مانند بسیاری از شما تا پنج ماه پیش از وجود قریب 200 تن از محروم ترین هموطنان خود در کمپ تیف (TIPF) بی خبر بودم. آن ها به قصد خدمت به ایران و ایرانی در عنفوان جوانی نادانسته در دام مجاهدین خلق افتادند. سپس هنگامی که به واقعیت های تلخ در رابطه با دامی که در آن گرفتار آمده بودند پی بردند از ادامه همکاری با سازمان مجاهدین سر باز زده و به زندان و شکنجه ناشی از تمرّد و سرپیچی از دشمنان مردم ایران در زمان صدام حسین تن در دادند. پس از سرنگونی صدام حسین و اشغال کشور عراق توسط ارتش آمریکا سرنوشتشان به دست سربازان امریکا افتاد و در کمپی معروف به تیف (TIPF) زندانی شدند. داستان رنج آورتجاوز به حقوق انسانی این بخت برگشتگان از سوی سربازان آمریکایی طی پنج سال گذشته که با همکاری سازمان مجاهدین در کمپ اشرف انجام شد و همچنان ادامه دارد داستان شرم آور و غیرقابل تصوری است که در کنار مظالم ارتش آمریکا در زندان های ابوغریب در تاریخ ننگین تجاوزات غرب به کشور عراق و منطقه خاورمیانه ثبت خواهد شد. کمپ تیف (TIPF) را جمعی " مینی ابوغریب" نامیده اند. (چنانپه در کامپیوتر کلمه TIPF را در گوگل (Google) جستجو کنید می توانید به بخشی از این واقعیات شرم آور در روزگار تلخی که داریم پی ببرید)
از دوسه هفته پیش سربازان امریکائی این هموطنان ستمدیده ما را در دسته های 5 یا 6 نفری به اصطلاح آزاد کرده اند که تاکنون 8 تن از آنان مفقود الاثر شده اند و جمعی دیگر نیز سرگردان هستند و ممکن است هر لحظه دچار مصیبتی گردند.
در صفحه بعدی این نامه که پیش رو دارید نامه ای است به انگلیسی. در این نامه، من (محمد حسیبی) آنچه را که در چندماه گذشته از وضعیت نابسامان این عزیزان دریافت کرده بودم بدون کلمه ای کم یا زیاد نوشته ام.
از شما هموطنان شریف و انساندوست صمیمانه درخواست می کنم تا این نامه انگلیسی را در صفحه بعد به سازمان های حقوق بشری یا به هر موسسه و فردی که لازم است بفرستید. آن را برای دوستان و آشنایان خود ارسال دارید و از آن ها نیز بخواهید به فریاد این ستمدیدگان برسند.
لطفا به صفحه بعد مراجعه فرمایید
To whom it may concern,
Since August 2007,
I have received telephone calls and emails from individuals, who are among a
group of 200 Iranians being detained for the past five years in an American
military camp in
The following summary is based solely on these telephone calls and e-mails. These emails are available upon request.
Lt. Col Turluck and they were told that they
could not leave the camp or
On many occasions the refugees asked Colonel Turluck to return their Laissez Passers
and money so that they could leave the camp, but to no avail.
1. To rejoin the PMOI (even though the PMOI is on the black list, i.e. it is considered
to be a
terrorist organization by both the
2. To go back to
· Twenty individuals started another peaceful vigil. This time Col. Turluck threatened to suppress the vigil once again if they did not stop it. Five of these individuals went on a hunger strike and as a result were placed in solitary confinement. They could not have any visitors and could not call their families.
· On October 8th, one individual was taken to the camp hospital and nobody was allowed to visit him. By October 12, after being on hunger strike for 29 days, he was told by the American authorities that if he would not break his hunger strike they would take him to Booka prison, cut his stomach open and would then force feed him. This individual was later transported to Krapeh hospital prison, which is usually used for members of Alghaedeh.
· On October 8th, the other four individuals had been on hunger strike for 15 days, 12 days, 11 days and 9 days. One individual who was kept in the hospital of the camp had internal bleeding and had vomited blood. Col. Turluck visited these individual in their cells and told them that they should write their will and indicate where they wanted to be buried. These individuals were constantly being harassed by the American authorities to end their strike.
· On October 13 Colonel Turluck announced that the Laissez Passers would be returned to all the refugees. While visiting the refugees on hunger strike in the solitary confinement, she promised them that if they broke their strike, their Laissez Passers would be retuned and they would be taken to Mousel.
The refugees on hunger strike ended their strike and returned to the camp.
· Colonel Turluck had promised that the voluntary project of re-location to Musel would be finalized by the end of October.
· On October 22nd, these refugees were informed that due to the security reasons, they would not be allowed to use the phone.
· By the end of October it became evident that the project of re-location to Musel was not going to materialize.
· By early November as the lies about re-location to Musel became evident, those who had broken their hunger strike started another hunger strike.
· By November 20th, one of these individuals had been on hunger strike for 9 days.
· On November 18 th , sometimes during the night, five of these individuals, who were on hunger strike, were taken out of the camp and were left on a nearby road.
· Before leaving the camp, the camp authorities videotaped these individuals. In these videotapes they were asked to state that they were leaving the camp on their own free will.
· Few days later five more individuals were taken out of the camp at night and were abandoned on the nearby road.
· By now 20 individuals have been taken out of the camp in the dark of the night and have been dropped off somewhere close to the camp.
These abandoned individuals are in danger any time they come across an
American checkpoint, the head hunters of the Iranian regime and the dangerous
gangs and individuals in
· By November, the previous director of the camp, Col. Turluck, was replaced by Officer Harmon.
· On December 17 two individuals who had left the camp and were residing in a hotel, left their friend in the hotel for an outing. They have not been heard from since then and no one has any information of their whereabouts.
· On December 18 six more individuals were taken out of the camp and were left on a nearby road. No one has heard from these individuals since then.
Conditions at the camp
· No access to outside/denied to see a lawyer
· No access to the internet
· The limited letters, e-mails and phone calls are censored and monitored. If the refugees talk about their condition in the camp on the phone, the American authorities threaten them with losing the right to use the phone. Some emails were never sent and the complaints remain unanswered.
· Limited medical services in the camp
· No medical services outside the camp
A prisoner, who is going blind and needs immediate surgery, is not
allowed to go to
· Water shortage- no water on some days and on other days 3-4 hours at most, for months at a time
· The refugees live in tents.
· Constant mal-treatment and torture - In one occasion, these refugees denied entry to their tents to an American soldier who refused to remove his boots. (They pray in the tents and therefore everybody must remove their shoes prior to entering the tent). The angry soldier beat them up and broke the shoulder of one of them. Needles to say, the broken shoulder was never treated medically.
· There have been fifty incidents such as this resulting in the batter and injury of these refugees.
· When these refugees go on hunger strike, they are immediately moved into solitary confinement and they lose all their privileges such as visits by their friends or contacting their families by phone.
There is evidence of cooperation between American authorities and PMOI.
Once in a while some members of the PMOI are brought into the camp. They mingle
with the refugees and try to get as much information as possible. They then
pass the information to the American authorities and leave the camp. Two of
these PMOI spies are presently living in