ILAF: A Jordanian officials said that Jordan denies the reports on Extradition of MKO members
ILAF: A Jordanian officials said that Jordan denies the reports on Extradition of MKO members.
Most of the members of this opposition group, which had the support of Saddam Hussein, escaped to Jordan after the fall of Saddam.
Jordanian News Agency quoted a foreign ministry official saying that five MKO members are now in a camp under the supervision of UNHCR.
On the other hand, some MKO supporters gathered before the Jordanian embassy in London on Thursday and asked the Jordanian government not to extradite MKO members in this camp.
These people asked King Abdullah the second to send MKO members to a third country which gives them the right of seeking asylum.
These demonstrators are afraid of unclear destiny of their relatives since they know that Iran has a close relation with Jordan.
Some of the demonstrators give a letter to the Jordanian Ambassador (Teimour Daghestani) in Britain.
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