According to AFP from Montreal, Reginald Doiron said: US officials have told us that 21 detainees in Iraq of Iranian origins
According to AFP from Montreal, Reginald Doiron said: US officials have told us that 21 detainees in Iraq of Iranian origins who are the citizens of Canada. These people belong to the anti-Iran group which has bases in Iraq."
He added that the US is not treating them as prisoners but calls them "political civilian prisoners."
Warren Creates, the lawyer of a group of MEK members said to Globe and Mail: US officials have said to Canadians they are not going to expel or deport this group to Iran.
Creates stressed: "We know that the people having double citizenship can return to the country they like. While some of them have the option of coming back to Iran, the others can't be forced to return against their will.
These people, who are introduced as Canada citizens, are the relatives of MKO members who were sent out of Iraq in 1991 due to Public Divorce in organization. There, they were given to volunteer Canadian parents, but after they grew up Mojahedin took them back to Iraq.
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