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In the final statement of "Congress of Iraqi Tribes' Central Committee", joined by the head of Iraq tribes and held in Baghdad, Iraqi PM Nouri Al-Maliki was asked to put an end to the illegal presence of terrorist MKO, which is trying to divide Iraqis.
Around 120 Sheikhs and heads of Sunni and Shiite tribes of Iraq released a statement, asking for an end to terrorist MKO's presence in Iraq. In the final statement of "Congress of Iraqi Tribes' Central Committee", joined by the head of Iraq tribes and held in Baghdad, Iraqi PM Nouri Al-Maliki was asked to put an end to the illegal presence of terrorist MKO, which is trying to divide Iraqis. According to Al-Alam news channel, in the third annual meeting of this congress after the fall of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad, the Iraqi government was also called on to bring the leaders of MKO (who have been involved in killing Iraqi people) to justice. Sheikh Farhan Abid, Secretary General of the Congress, said: "50 percnt of the terrorist and suicide operations are conducted by those who have been trained in Camp Ashraf, belonging to this Iranian group. This organization has clearly claimed responsibility for giving shelter to and training terrorists. Sheikh Ghazi Kaabi, the head of a tribe, stressed: "This organization, previously supported by former regime, is now being supported by Israel's Mossad and other terrorists. They try to push out the Shiites from Iraq's political scene. Sheikh Malek Khalaf Mashael also said: "As an Iraqi, I want the government to finish their presence in Iraq and take necessary steps to put an end to their stay in our country.

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