According to Iraq’s anti-terror law, armed groups and organizations listed as terrorist won’t be allowed to use the soil of this country
“Anti-Terrorism law, due to be executed from next week in Iraq, includes the Mojahedin-e khalq organization,” said Iraqi deputy prime minister.
Radio Free Iraq, quoting Ahmed Chalabi, said: “From now on, we don’t allow this group to make problems for our neighbor Iran from Iraqi soil. We are going to stop this group.”
“According to Iraq’s anti-terror law, armed groups and organizations listed as terrorist won’t be allowed to use the soil of this country,” he stressed.
“Iraq won’t be a base for armed groups that want to harm our neighbors,” he declared.
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