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Quoting Jafar al-Mousawi, Al-Bayyenah al-Jadidah wrote: "A case due for discussion is that of Mojahedin-e Khalq. There are documents indicating the involvement of this group in massacring Iraqi people during 1991 uprising."
In an interview with Mehr News agency, Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal chief prosecutor stressed that terrorist MKO elements should be tried according to the laws of the countries where they settle, adding: "150 MKO members were involved in the massacre of Sha'banieh (in which Shiites were killed)." In a phone conversation with Mehr News's International Desk on a new report by Al-Bayyenah al-Jadidah newspaper about simultaneous trial of MKO members and those indicted in Anfal case, and in response to whether an arrest warrant has been issued for MKO members, Jafar al-Mousawi said: "No warrant has been issued yet. However, the investigation is still underway." Quoting Jafar al-Mousawi, Al-Bayyenah al-Jadidah wrote: "A case due for discussion is that of Mojahedin-e Khalq. There are documents indicating the involvement of this group in massacring Iraqi people during 1991 uprising." "Iraqi tribunal has received documents from southern provinces, proving the presence of MKO members in those provinces in 1991," Mousawi said. Mousawi said the leaders of MKO would be summoned to court by the mass media. "There are numerous documents and even witnesses against them." "The members of terrorist Mojahedin-e khalq killed more than 450 Iraqis," the paper added. About the number of MKO members to be tried by court, Mousawi said: "150 top MKO members, including Maryam and Massoud Rajavi, would be tried." On MKO leader's asylum status in different countries, Mousawi said: "If they have asylum status, we would ask the hosting countries to extradite them according to their laws. About Massoud Rajavi, I wouldn’t talk about his refugee status even if I knew that because this is an ongoing investigation."

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