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there are documents on MKO's violent crimes against Iraqi people. There are mass graves found in Khaniqin and other places where Mojahedin had killed many Iraqi innocent people there
Since no country has accepted members of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq, they are currently held in camps and bases under the responsibility of Iraqi government. Seyed Mohsen Hakim, from SAIRI, said in an interview with ISNA: "members of this terrorist organization are not allowed to act socially or politically in Iraq; they're only being held in camps." "They will be held in the camps until the conditions are provided for transferring them from Iraq," he added. Hakim declared: "according to different resolutions, particularly resolution 1373 and anti-terrorist resolutions, and regarding the fact that Mojahedin Khalq has been categorized as terrorist by the US and EU, this group should leave Iraq as soon as possible. Also, Iraqi Governing Council said in last December that MKO is a terrorist organization and should be expelled from Iraq, its properties be confiscated and its offices closed. About the activities of this group in Iraq, he said: "there are documents on MKO's violent crimes against Iraqi people. There are mass graves found in Khaniqin and other places where Mojahedin had killed many Iraqi innocent people there." Advisor of Abdul Aziz Al-Hakim continued: "some complaints against this organization and its members have been taken to court." Seyed Mohsen Hakim stressed: "since MKO supported former Bath regime and cooperated with it in suppressing innocent Iraqis and attacking Iran, there is a negative view toward the organization. Iraqi people consider it as a terrorist and fascist group whose members should leave Iraq immediately."

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