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Referring to the Human Rights Watch records and also to precedence of orders for suicide and self-immolations under special conditions and by dreadful instruments of brain wash of the imprisoned group members, the Salvage Association said given the fact that a dangerous terrorist and criminal group decides the fate of individuals, one cannot wait and see pains, sufferings and sighs of parents on the one hand and victimization of their captive children on the other hand.
An Iranian institution has called for legal prosecution and trial of the ring leaders of the terrorist Mujahideen Khalq Organization (MKO) for committing crimes against humanity. In a statement, a copy of which was made available to IRNA, the Salvage Association said publication of a report by Human Rights Watch on massive human rights violation by MKO ring leaders testifies the need for trial and punishment of the MKO echelon for mistreating its lackeys while torturing and imprisoning those who dissociate themselves from the so-called `Grouplet of Nefaq' (hypocrisy). The Salvage Association said official statement of a global human rights institution on torture and imprisonment of the MKO members by officials of the outfit lays stress on all documentaries, interviews and statements of the members disbanding themselves from the said group, proving the statements by the worried families of the imprisoned members of the outfit. Referring to the Human Rights Watch records and also to precedence of orders for suicide and self-immolations under special conditions and by dreadful instruments of brain wash of the imprisoned group members, the Salvage Association said given the fact that a dangerous terrorist and criminal group decides the fate of individuals, one cannot wait and see pains, sufferings and sighs of parents on the one hand and victimization of their captive children on the other hand. The Association called for preventing such human catastrophes and preparation of the ground for the meeting of the families of the MKO members with their children under the supervision of an impartial international body. It said the members should be free to decide on joining their families. The Salvage Association was formed in 2001 to help the MKO members and their families get rid of the terrorist outfit.

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