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General Secretary of Habilian Club said the conference was held in order to close Iraqi lawyers to their Iranian counterparts in their efforts to purse the MKO. "In our meetings with Iranian and Iraqi lawyers, we concluded that we pursue the crimes through government, directly and by the media and that we should file complaints against the Hypocrties (MKO)," he said.
"16000 Iranians citizens have been martyred by terrorist groups," General Secretary of Habilian Club said. According to ISNA in Khorasan province, Seyed Javad Hasheminejad added that around 12000 out of this number have been martyred by Mujahideen-e Khalq (better known as Hypocrites). Speaking at the "Conference of Peace and Friendship between Iran and Iraq", Hasheminejad referred to listing the names of victims of terror operations and said: "We have identified all 16000 citizens who have been martyred by terrorist groups in the country; we have given the list to the international communities and we would continue this." He said 140 martyrs of terrorist operations are from Khorasan provinces. "Since Habilian Club started working from the city of Mashhad, we've been asked to pursue the cases of martyrs in national level; in this regard, we are collecting documents and evidences for legal prosecutions of terrorist organization, particularly the Mujahideen-e Khalq organization." General Secretary of Habilian Club said the conference was held in order to close Iraqi lawyers to their Iranian counterparts in their efforts to purse the MKO. "In our meetings with Iranian and Iraqi lawyers, we concluded that we pursue the crimes through government, directly and by the media and that we should file complaints against the Hypocrties (MKO)," he said. "We follow the case through all these ways." About the presence of tribesmen of Diali province in this conference, he said: "Recently, the Hypocrites (MKO) claimed that Iraqis advocate the staying of this group in Iraq. This was done by taking advantage of unawareness of some Iraqi tribal people."

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