The spokesman of the occupying forces in Iraq said on Wednesday that the law of releasing Iraqi prisoners don't apply to
The spokesman of the occupying forces in Iraq said on Wednesday that the law of releasing Iraqi prisoners don't apply to the terrorist members of Mojahedin-e Khalq.
Maj. General Mark Kimit said: only Iraqis who have committed security crimes will be released and the members of this terrorist organization who have committed crimes against human beings will not be released. He said: the total number of the people with security crimes is 3300, while MKO members are around 3800.
Today, 100 Iraqi prisoners will be released. Those who have not killed Iraqis or occupying forces and have not committed anti-Human crimes will be released.
Experts and political representatives from Albania were in the European Parliament on Tuesday 10th April, asking Europe for help in preventing the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) from toxifying their country’s internal...