Iraqi paper Al-Mada published a document yesterday in which the names of the companies and personalities who received oil and the amount they received from Iraqi regime were revealed. One of the groups which received the greatest amount of oil was Mojahedin-e Khalq with 36.5 millions of barrels. On the other hand, London-based Alhayat newspaper reflected the reactions to this report. AFP also quoted Abdul Saheb Salman Qotb, former deputy of Iraqi oil ministry, saying: they will be revealed at a right time and they will be prosecuted. He said he will do his best to return the properties and capitals of Iraqi people to Iraq. He added: the ministry is collecting information about this and after that the information will be transferred to Interpol in order to sue these people and companies and all those who have bothered Iraqi people. The publication of this list has made a controversy in Cairo, since the names of some of the personalities and journalists have been found in the list and this has forces some to reaction. In this regard, human rights groups in Egypt are closely watching the case to clarify it and introduce the ones whose names are in the list. MKO's spokesmen have not yet responded to the revelation of different documents which show their dependence to Saddam.

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