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"The Organization for Protection of Iraqis' Rights" called on the Iraqi government to prosecute the MKO leaders, who have been involved in killing more than 780 Iraqis during their presence in Iraq.
"The Organization for Protection of Iraqis' Rights" called on the Iraqi government to prosecute the MKO leaders, who have been involved in killing more than 780 Iraqis during their presence in Iraq. This organization asked the families of martyrs to go to the court. The names of some of the martyrs, according to judicial references, are as follows: 1. Fazel Ghambar Jabooli 2. Mohammed Joma Hamoor 3. Ali Mohammed Mostafa 4. Abbas Mohammed Ali 5. Sabrieh Ghambar Samin 6. Abdulkarim Qader Mohammed 7. Nabil Abdulqader Mohammed 8. Ahmed Shaker 9. Sorieh Mohammed Zein Al-Aabedin 10. Isor Hamid Mostafa 11. Somayeh Zein al-Aabedin 12. Ali Mohammed Javili 13. Nabil Nour Hassan 14. Abdi Mohammed Sadeq The above martyrs were all from Tuz Khormato region 15. Salah Sadeq Jafar, from Kut 16. Adnan Hasan, from Baghdad 17. Mohammed Kazem Abd, from Baghdad 18. Abdullah Al-Abudi, from Baghdad 19. Sadegh Kateh Jafar, from Baghdad 20. Saeed Majbal Abdullah, from Kut 21. Yusef Mohan Zalmi, from Nasserieh 22. Ghanbar Mohammed Ghanbar, from Baghdad 23. Yusef Kheirallah, from Nasserieh 24. Ghasem Boozi, from al-Emareh 25. Taleb Joma al-Ezzah Ali, from Al-Mahmoodieh 26. Salem Jabr Awad, from al-Mahavil 27. Sadeh Amir Alavi, from Al-Anbar 28. Aani Salman al-Ka'bi, from al-Kut 29. Shandi Mohammed Zaghir, from al-Kut The newspaper will soon publish the names of other martyrs killed by the MKO in 1991 during the uprising of Sha'banieh.

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