A source of MKO in Iraq said that the members of this organization began to sale their properties such as equipments and
A source of MKO in Iraq said that the members of this organization began to sale their properties such as equipments and cars following the statement of governing council.
This sources said today to IRNA reporter that: according to 20 day deadline for exiting Iraq, this group began to sale its properties either military or personal to gain the costs of traveling expenses.
IRNA added that; it is said that however, the heads of this organization in an statement announced that they did not accept this statement, they demand for more time in contacts to US military commanders for exiting Iraq.
According to this report, the commanders of US forces are trying to negotiate with governing council members to increase the deadline of MKO members’ exile from 20 to 40 days.
The spokesman of the occupier forces in Iraq in a press conference on Thursday announced that there were about 4000 members of this group in Iraq.
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