PHOTO: Displacement within Displacement: Life for Iranian Refugees, al-Waleed Camp, Iraq
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 3. Every one has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
Here lived a family. We too, like the UN, believe that human beings do not need much to live, and these things are every human being’s right: freedom, equality, security… if there is a difference, it is that we fight to assert our fundamental rights, and the UN has deliberately and actively ignored and deprived us of them for over 30 years. Here lived a family… they were displaced again.
Read more about the situation of Iranian Kurdish refugees at al-Waleed camp, Iraq.
Take action for the refugees struggling for their right to survive, al-Waleed camp, Iraq:
Write, call and fax key decisionmakers and demand that the rights of the Iranian Kurds in al-Waleed Camp be upheld. A sample letter that you can modify and send appears below, along with the email addresses for the relevant decisionmakers.
To the Foreign Minister/Secretary of State,
I am writing to you with regard to the intolerable situation of the Iranian Kurd refugees in al-Waleed Camp, Iraq.
The people living in this camp have suffered an entire lifetime of displacement, violence, and rightslessness, having fled Iran in the 1980s, and having survived unspeakable circumstances in Iraq over the course of the past two decades
Their current situation – living in tents in a burning desert at the Iraq-Syria border, without access to education or work or even sufficient food, with complete lack of security – is at root due to the genocidal crimes of the Islamic Republic of Iran. UNHCR also bears its full share of responsibility for failing to uphold even the most basic of rights for the camp’s Iranian Kurd residents. And the United States and the coalition governments also must own their share of responsibility for their situation: theirs are among the millions of lives that have been shattered as a direct result of the most recent war of choice in Iraq.
I therefore urgently request that your government take the lead in upholding the fundamental rights of these refugees from Iran. These refugees have a fundamental human right to asylum and protection. I ask your government to coordinate the immediate resettlement of the Iranian Kurds from al-Waleed Camp in Iraq to a safe third country.
UN, human rights addresss:
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Foreign ministries and selected other government responsibles:
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This action is supported by The Committee to Support the People of al-Waleed Camp, comprised of the following organizations:
Mission Free Iran
Iranian Kurdish Refugees Coordination in al-Waleed Camp
Kurdistan Committee of the Worker-communist Party of Iran
International Federation of Iranian Refugees
World Without Borders
Veröffentlicht am 31. Juli 2011 in Aktionen, Empfehlungen, Gesetze, Literatur, Medien, Meinungen, Politik und mit Aktionen, Irak, Iran, Kurden, Medien, Menschenrechte, Politik getaggt. Setze ein Lesezeichen auf den Permalink. Comments Off on PHOTO: Displacement within Displacement: Life for Iranian Refugees, al-Waleed Camp, Iraq.