we don't want Mojahedin to live in Swiss, since they are fighters and their ideas are not acceptable
An official of Swiss police said: Mojahedin-e khalq members are seeking asylum in Swiss.
Ors Von Deniken, chief of an official unit of Swiss police, said in an interview with Radio DRS that Mojahedin and their supporters have started their efforts to get asylum from Swiss and some other European countries after the US invasion to Iraq.
He, referring to the group being labeled as terrorist by the US and EU, stressed: "we don't want them to live in Swiss, because they're fighters and their ideas are not acceptable in Swiss."
He also said that MKO members may struggle with other foreign immigrants in Swiss.
He said the known MKO members are banned from entering this country. "These people can be identified by border guards and their visa requests will be denied."
Deniken, stressing that identifying MKO members is easy, said that some of the members of this group have been deported from Swiss.
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