Mohammed Khatami, President of Islamic republic of Iran, said to reporters who had asked his opinion about U.S.
Mohammed Khatami, President of Islamic republic of Iran, said to reporters who had asked his opinion about U.S. decision to not to deliver MKO members to Iran, said:
We consider this group as a terrorist group and even the U.S. and European Union have accepted it as a terrorist organization so their approach toward terrorists should be as usual and there should be no discrimination.
He added: we suggest that Mojahedin return to Iran. Most of them whose hands are not stained to crime are our sons and we will forgive them.
He clarified: if someone has committed a crime he or she should be tried fairly and we want nothing more.
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