Al-Mashhadani: "MKO, with the help of other terrorist groups, is involved in the crimes taking place in Iraq"
The head of Iraqi parliament said: "The MKO will be expelled from Iraq according to Iraq's constitution." Dr. Mahmud al-Mashhadani, in his visit to the holy city of Mashhad on Thursday met with the members of Habilian Assoication and a number of families of terror victims. "Terrorist MKO, with the help of other terrorist groups, is involved in the crimes taking place in Iraq." "MKO's being supported by Baathists, Americans and Israelis and conducts terrorist operations with their money. They are also trying to divide Shiites and Sunnis and at the same time are involved in killing from both sides." Al-Mashhadani also said: "As the head of Iraqi parliament, I'm ready to defend and support your case in Iraqi courts." In this meeting, secretary general of Habilian Association said: "Such strong comments and the expression of hatred toward the MKO by Iraqi people and officials are what we have in common. "Mojahedin-e khalq tries to stay in Iraq and despite the fact that Iraqi people and authorities have this group, under the protection of Americans, it's still plotting against Muslims." Mr. Hasheminejad added that "Habilian Association, representing more than 12000 martyrs killed by terrorists of MKO, has gathered documents and evidences on the criminals of this group. We ask you, as the head of Iraq parliament and a prominent Sunni figure, to help us take our complaint to Iraqi courts." Mashhadani was accompanied by a number of officials from commissions of Iran and Iraq parliaments as well as members of Kurd and Sunni coalition.

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