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we will try MKO members since we believe that everyone who commits a crime should be prosecuted
Iraqi interior minister announced that his country won’t let Mojahedin- which has committed crimes Iran and Iraq- to use its soil as a base for acting against Iran. Fallah Al-Naqib, interior minister of Iraqi interim government, in an interview with Al-Alam news network said: “We said to our brothers in Iran that no one will be allowed to act against Iran from Iraq.” He added: “Mojahedin-e khalq is now being restricted and it does nothing against iran.” He noted that, regarding the issue of crime and criminal acts, MKO members will be tried. “We believe that anyone who commits a crime should be tried.” Al-Naqib expressed hope that Mojahedin will leave Iraq.

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