"Choice for Scotland”
AYATOLLAH SISTANI IS RIGHT. FAILURE TO OUTLAW CORRUPTION AND INDICT MALIKI COULD LEAD TO PARTITION OF IRA
The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) expresses its appreciation for the courageous and influential stance of the senior religious leader Grand Ayatollah Sistani and considers it as the primary support for advancing real reform by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
EIFA WELCOMES ABADI REFORM PACKAGE BUT DEMANDS MORE
The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) welcomes Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s 7-point plan for reforms in Iraq and congratulates him on these courageous and long-overdue measures, but emphasizes four additional key actions that must accompany any such reforms:
Badr Organization militias must be expelled from Diyala Province
On the day of Eid al-Fitr, a major explosion at a market in the city of Khan Bani Sa'ad in Iraq’s Diyala province of Iraq, once again left hundreds of innocent people, mostly women and children dead. We condemn this barbaric act of blind terrorism in the strongest possible terms.
NUCLEAR DEAL WITH IRAN AN HISTORIC MISTAKE
A senior Conservative has attacked the P5 + 1 nuclear deal with Iran. Struan Stevenson, former MEP and currently President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association will say in a keynote speech in Westminster Hall, House of Commons on Thursday that the agreement signed in Vienna today was “An historic mistake”. In his speech Mr Stevenson will say:
IRANIAN DIRTY TRICKS IN IRAQ
In an effort to unseat the government of Haider al-Abadi, the Iranian regime with the help of Shi’ite militia groups and former PM Nouri al-Maliki, is preventing the resolution of the crisis in Iraq.
Rising numbers of internally displaced people in Iraq
The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) is deeply alarmed by the rising numbers of internally displaced people (IDP) in Iraq, which has reached three million, and the way the authorities are dealing with this crisis.
The dangerous consequences of Iranian military intervention and occupation of Iraq
In the light of the catastrophic situation in Iraq and as a result of ISIS taking control of the city of Ramadi, Iran has been rapidly deploying troops and military equipment into Iraq. Unfortunately, it seems as though this clear intervention and occupation of Iraq, done under the pretense of fighting ISIS, has met with United States approval.