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In the meeting, Iraqi PM advised on how the documents and evidences should be delivered to Iraqi courts and officials stressing that he would discuss the issue with judicial officials of his country.
"MKO backed by Saddam Hussein killed many Iranians and in our view this group is a criminal gang," said Seyed Javad Hasheminejad, secretary general of Habilian Association. According to Mehr News Agency in Mashhad, in a meeting with Iraqi PM Mr. Nuri al-Maliki, Seyed Javad Hasheminejad presented a report on the situation of families of the victims of MKO terrorist activities; he also praised the stance of Iraqi officials on fighting terrorism and urged the immediate execution of their decisions. "Habilian Association is ready to provide Iraqi officials with the documents and evidences of crimes committed by this group," he said. Pointing to the strong motives in Iraqi government for putting MKO leaders on trial, Hasheminejad said: "Backed by Saddam Hussein, Mojahedin killed many Iranians and we consider this group a criminal gang." In the meeting, Iraqi PM advised on how to present documents and evidences to Iraqi courts and officials and stressed that he would discuss the issue with judicial officials of his country. "I promise to do whatever needed to help you, which is in fact a help to our own country," Mr. Maliki said. He also commemorated martyr Hasheminejad.

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