Ali Yunesi, Iranian Intelligence Minister, said: if Americans are true in their fight against terrorism they should detain
Ali Yunesi, Iranian Intelligence Minister, said: if Americans are true in their fight against terrorism they should detain the heads of MKO. He said that Iran has arrested many of Al-Qaeda members and have extradited them to the countries of their origin; meanwhile Americans have not arrested the people they believe are terrorists. Reminding of IGC's decision to expel MKO from Iraq, he referred to US response for sending MKO members to other countries, and said: I declare that any country that accepts Mojahedin, it has announced clear enmity with Iran and Iranians and the presence of MKO in each country will lead to the lack of security, law and order. He added: we can't bear that this group be accepted by the U.S. or any other countries. He also clarified: if the U.S. officials are clear in their way they should arrest the leaders of this group. Referring to the moves of Islamic Republic to return them to their families, Yunesi asked MKO families to ask International references pave the way for the freedom of their relatives. He said: "Iran has prepared an ordinary life for these people as the citizens of Iran and judicial officials have repeatedly echoed this; but Americans don't let our voice be heard by MKO members. He referred to some MKO members who have recently gone to the U.S. officials for their own savior and asked the U.S. to return them to their families and their own country.

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