The clip is the latest uproar by EP official about the plots concerning the opposition to the mullahs in Iran.
Prior to the release of this clip, the same MEP issued a statement in his site:
Update from the Head of Delegation for relations with Iraq in the European parliament about plots to exhaust the dissident group MEK in Camp Ashraf, while "dialogue" is ongoing.
Last month the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention published a report about Camp Liberty. This is a deeply shocking report and an indictment of the Iraqi Government and its treatment of the 2000 refugees in Camp Liberty. The report states that the residents were subjected to humiliating searches, headcounts and long delays when they transferred from their former home in Camp Ashraf. They were denied personal belongings such as wheelchairs and medicines. The report says they are now being held in appalling conditions with inadequate water, sewage facilities or electricity generation. They are denied the right to leave Camp Liberty, despite their recognised international status as asylum seekers and refugees. Lawyers and politicians have been denied access to Camp Liberty. The UN Working Group describes Camp Liberty as a prison in all but name, which is in direct contradiction to the assurances we have received in the European Parliament from Martin Kobler and Dan Fried, who have gone out of their way to support the Iraqi Government and criticize the Iranian residents in Ashraf and Liberty. The report in fact vindicates everything that I have been saying for weeks.
The UN report also comes in the wake of a leaked document which has exposed the fact that an offer to move residents from Camp Liberty to the Yamamah Hotel in Baghdad was in fact a trap. The hotel has been rented by the Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad since the beginning of 2011. Had any of the Iranian dissidents from Camp Liberty moved there, they would have faced extradition to Iran and certain torture and execution. In such circumstances it is almost unbelievable that Martin Kobler and Dan Fried both strongly recommended to me personally, that even disabled residents should move from Camp Liberty to the Yamamah Hotel.