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Pirbabaie emphasized, "The IRI Judiciary would not issue arrest warrants for any of this terrorist group's repenting former members that are willing to make up for their past mistakes."
Ahvaz General and Revolutionary Court Prosecutor General said here Friday Islam is a religion of blessing and forgiveness, based on which Islamic Republic of Iran welcomes repatriation of repenting MKO members to their motherland. Moussa Pirbabaie made the comment at a meeting of the Organization to Support Repenting MKO Members (NEJAT) at Aftab Hall of Ahvaz. "Forgiving and forgetting would lead to feeling of social calmness, strengthening of foundations of national security, and giving assurances about the system's strength to the public." Addressing the families of the former members of the Iranian terrorist organization, MKO, he said, "The main cause for fast expansion of Holy Islam in the world is the faith's forgiveness and high level leniency vis-a-vis past mistakes of individuals." He added, "In blessed Islamic teachings saving the victims of cultural, faith, and belief discrepancies is stressed much more than the victims of physical harms." Ahvaz Prosecutor General referring to the nomination of the current Iranian year as the Year of National Unity and Islamic Solidity by the Supreme Leader, reiterated, "In this particular year forgiving those criminals that have repented must be atop our agenda, and doing so from the position of a powerful system gives a great meaning to such a nomination." He added, "Meanwhile, such forgiveness is for those people who demonstrate signs of repentance and real change compared to their past conduct." Pirbabaie emphasized, "The IRI Judiciary would not issue arrest warrants for any of this terrorist group's repenting former members that are willing to make up for their past mistakes." Head of Khuzestan Province Branch of NEJAT Organization, too, said at the gathering, "This organization has ever since its establishment facilitated repatriation of some 500 repenting MKO members and their reunion with their families throughout Iran."

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