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Dr. Nafe' added: "After 1991 war with Kuwait, Iraqis were aware of this group's status and we support Iraqi government's moves on this group."
In a meeting with representatives of Iraqi Sunnis, Secretary General of Habilian Association said that 16000 Iranians have been killed by terrorist groups including MKO. "During past 2 years, we organized a group of families of terror victims to discuss the dimensions of terrorist crimes by their help," said Seyed Javad Hasheminejad on Tuesday. "12000 of martyrs are those killed by the terrorist MKO". Emphasizing on the existence of documents and evidences of MKO crimes, he added: "the victims of this group range from newborn babies to 80-year-old men." "In one of their operations, they set city busses on fire and killed the passengers, most of whom were women and children. Those who sponsor such attacks claim of freedom and democracy." A professor from University of Mosul said: "During the war, no Iraqi was in touch with this group and the MKO itself had direct contact with Iraqi security services." Dr. Nafe' added: "After 1991 war with Kuwait, Iraqis were aware of this group's status and we support Iraqi government's moves on this group." "It's our duty to inform the people of different regions on terrorist operations and that this group has ties to terrorist leaders," he added. Dr. Salem Al-Tikriti, professor at the University of Mosul, said he was the representative of 15 political and civil organizations, adding: "This group's presence in Iraq is illegal and it's also performing illegal acts. Occupiers have tied the hands of Iraqi government and support terrorism." "Americans even ordered the government no to interfere in MKO's issues because the group was supported by them!" he added.

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