Reports indicate that police used tear gas, club and trained dogs and even weapons to confront the violent acts of Mojahedin-e khalq
After it was reported that Danish government has decided to expel a supporter of Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist organization from this country, complementary reports from Danish media such as “Ritswa” new agency indicate that “after Danish government’s decision to deport Behnam Torkzaban from that country and when he was supposed to leave Copenhagen airport to Iran, about 30 angry supporters of Mojahedin gathered illegally in front of the airport and started protesting so that they broke the order of the airport and frightened the people in the airport.
After this violent move by Mojahedin-e Khalq, Danish police interfered and, confronting the lawbreakers, detained 21 of them on charges of violating the laws of Denmark and breaking the public order.”
Reports indicate that police used tear gas, club and trained dogs and even weapons to confront the violent acts of Mojahedin-e khalq. Other reports suggest that after the event police is controlling the place of MKO members’ gathering.
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