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According to available evidences, 175 Iranian POWs executed by Iraq were unregistered ones. These POWs were identified by the MKO in Iraqi camps and the agents of this murderous lieutenant general were tasked to do the rest.
New evidences have emerged of the involvement of Iraqi Lieutenant General Saber Abdulaziz al-Dowri, the former head of Saddam's military security service, and the MKO in the execution of 237 Iranians. Saying this, Iraqi researcher Dr. Jenabi added: "The court of Anfal case should have not sentenced this war criminal to life." "Saber Abdulaziz was Saddam's major arm in killing Iraqis, crimes against Iranian POWs and Kuwaitis." Showing documents on the involvement of this Baathist general in killing 237 Iranian prisoners, he added: "General Al-Dowri was in direct contact with Masoud Rajavi, the head of murderous gang of Mojahedin-e Khalq, and coordinated the requests of Rajavi's gang with Saddam and Iraqi army. It was him that used the MKO in massacring Iraqis during Sha'banieh uprising in the north and the south." "Traces of this criminal could be found in at least 11 cases of killing Iranian POWs that counts to 237 according to documents." "MKO identified these prisoners in Iraqi camps and the agents of this criminal general were tasked to accomplish their mission," he clarifies. This Iraqi researcher also says: "according to the evidences, 157 Iranian POWs executed in these 11 cases were unregistered prisoners. He expressed regret that this murderous Baathist had not been sentenced to death and asked the Court of Anfal to revise its ruling. It should be reminded that Iraqi researcher Dr. Jenabi had earlier revealed documents showing that more than 700 Iranian prisoners had been killed by direct order of Saddam and Chemical Ali.

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