Al-Moharrer Al-Arabi: Iraqi governing council agrees with deal between Iran and the U.S. on exchange of Al-Qaeda leaders
Al-Moharrer Al-Arabi: Iraqi governing council agrees with deal between Iran and the U.S. on exchange of Al-Qaeda leaders with Masoud Rajavi and his fellow men; since they were mercenaries of Saddam and have committed crimes against Iraqis in Europe and other countries and even in Iran. This daily quoted an opposition commander in London saying: "they have performed many terrorist operations in Iran and some Arab Countries. They were instead, under the control of Saddam Hussein and received hundreds of millions of dollars from him, whether in the form of cash or in the form of weapons." He added: "Rajavi himself chose the ones who had to supervise killing of Saddam's opponents. They even kidnapped and erased those Iraqi diplomats who were not supposed to get back to Iraq." He reminded: "Barzan Tikriti, Saddam's brother, who's now under arrest by U.S. forces in Baghdad's airport, used Mojahedin in European countries and the West to establish companies, with the purpose of getting to nuclear facilities and chemical-biological elements and smuggling these materials to Iraq. Up to now, occupiers have found nothing in Iraq." Saddam gave them half a million dollars each year instead of what they did for him. He emphasized at the end: "even if Rajavi is not surrendered to Iran, he should be arrested and tried in an Iraqi court. He should answer for his war crimes".

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