MKO has issued an announcement reporting the decision of Jordan to extradite 5 important members of this organization to
MKO has issued an announcement reporting the decision of Jordan to extradite 5 important members of this organization to Iran.
These people who were trying to go to Europe through Jordan during Iraq war were nabbed by Jordanian officials and were kept in Royshed Camp.
Jordan let some of MKO members, who had formal licenses, to go to Europe but the nabbed people had forged documents so there were not allowed to leave Jordan.
The announcement of MKO says: "after the trip of King Abdullah the second of Jordan, Iranian regime asked for the extradition of these people. In a letter on September 4, 2004 NCRI asked for direct interference of Jordan King in the case to prevent the extradition but unfortunately all news and report indicate of a planned conspiracy for the extradition of these people to Iran and that Jordan is accompanying this conspiracy.
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