"According to the documents and evidences, out of 16000 terrorism victims in Iran, 12000 are the ones directly killed by the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e Khalq. We would publish these documents in the near future and we are going to move some of the cases to Iraqi courts through Iranian judiciary," Hasheminejad says.
"According to the documents and evidences, out of 16000 terrorism victims in Iran, 12000 are the ones directly killed by the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e Khalq. We would publish these documents in the near future and we are going to move some of the cases to Iraqi courts through Iranian judiciary," secretary general of Habilian Association said to Mehr News.
According to the political correspondent of Mehr News, Mohammed Javad Hasheminejad, secretary general of Habilian Association, which represents the families of victims of terrorism, referred to terrorism as the common pain of both Iran and Iraq, saying: "The US prevents the expulsion of terrorists from Iraq and this is against the will of Iraqis. Therefore, the concern is that the problems and issues of Iran on terrorism may continue."
He pointed to the fact that the MKO is considered a terrorist organization by all humanitarian groups and added: "The continuation of the activities of this group, backed by the US, proves that Americans are going to take advantage of this group in a specific time."
On 16000 victims of terrorism in Iran, he said: "according to the documents and evidences, out of this number, 12000 are those directly killed by Mojahedin-e Khalq. We would publish these documents in the near future and we are going to pursue some of the cases in Iraqi courts through Iranian judiciary."
He said the purpose of inviting Iraqi journalists to Iran was to illuminate on the crimes of MKO. "During past months, a number of Iraqi lawyers came here but they were threatened to death by the MKO when they returned to Iraq. But, this was not reflected in Iraqi newspapers."
In the meeting, secretary of "Association for Supporting Iraqi Journalists" Galan Motrafi emphasized that "Iraqi people are aware of the crimes of terrorist MKO and that's why the leaders of this group are seeking a place among Iraqis by making contacts to Iraqi groups, including tribes. In this way, they have spent a lot of money."
He said MKO's traces can be seen in recent explosions in Iraq. "Pursuing the expulsion of terrorist groups requires the move through formal and legal channels."
It should be noted that Mohammed Javad Hasheminejad is the son of martyr Abdulkarim Hasheminejad, who was assassinated by terrorist MKO in Mashhad in 1981.
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