The gathering of MKOs’ families in Tehran who demanded returning of their kids from Iraq has had a large reflection in
The gathering of MKOs’ families in Tehran who demanded returning of their kids from Iraq has had a large reflection in international media.
AFP reported that Families of MKO 'captives' demand US let them return.
This news agency adds: Several dozen people protested outside the US interests section here Tuesday, charging that relatives belonging to an Iraq-based armed opposition group were being held against their will by the group's commanders.
Some 60 to 70 people, mostly mothers, called on the United States and the People's Mujahedeen, to "release" their relatives.
The demonstrators, carrying photos of their relatives, also called on the the Mujahedeen to renounce "terrorism."
They carried banners that read: "Return my child", Mujahedeen "terrorists disturbers of global peace", "we ask for the return of our children captured" by the group.
Radio Farda also reported this event and said: tens of MKOs’ families whose kids are now in Iraq asked for the returning of their relatives from Iraq and asked Swiss embassy’s officials to deliver their demand to the officials of the US and the UN.
London based Al-Zaman Newspaper wrote: MKOs’ families in Iran ask for a good situation in which their kids can return to Iran.
Jame-jam TV network and some of Iranian newspapers also focused on such matter.
Mojahedin-e Khalq organization, during past week, has repeatedly claimed that there have been some protests in Iran and especially in Tehran, but no news agency has confirmed this.
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