Prime Minister Tony Blair confirmed Tuesday that the war against Iraq will include act against the Iranian exiled Iranian
UK to act against anti-Iran terrorist group in Iraq, says Blair.
Prime Minister Tony Blair confirmed Tuesday that the war against Iraq will include act against the Iranian exiled Iranian Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MKO) terrorist group based near Baghdad.
"With regard to terrorist groups, we have already said clearly that we will act against them as we need to," Blair said in response to a question asking what would happen to the MKO, which the British government has already outlawed as a terrorist group.
The prime minister was speaking to foreign and British journalists at his first press conference since the start of the US-led war against Iraq last week.
Furthermore, Alsharqalawsat reported that on Mojahedin-e Khalq bases in Iraq were bombed by U.S. war planed on the 4th day of war on Iraq.
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