“I promise the families and repentant members of MKO that there’ll be no problem for them – from judiciary and security services- in the case of their returning to the country”, an Iranian official says.
The head of Judiciary of East Azerbaijan Province emphasized on applying Islamic pardon for repentant members of Mojahedin-e khalq.
Ali Akbar Nasseri, in a meeting which was held by Nejat Association in Tabriz, pointed to the activities of this Association in helping free the members of MKO and said: “We hope that efforts of this Association takes wider dimensions.”
He added that “there’s no doubt that Islamic pardon will be applied for those members who quit the group with repentance.
He declared: “I promise the families and repentant members of MKO that there’ll be no problem for them – from judiciary and security services- in the case of their returning to the country.”
He referred to this fact that “Iran belongs to all Iranians and they can have a good life in it” and said that “Judiciary will do its best to preserve the citizenship rights of all people.”
Rajavi said that reception of Nejat efforts to help other members of MKO by MKO members’ families is very important, adding: “the families should do what they can to help their loved ones return to the country.”
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