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Habilian Foundation S.G. states that the reason behind the interruption of relocation process of MEK members to Camp Liberty is that they are trying to extinguish their terrorist crimes being held at Camp Ashraf.

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Referring to the interruption in the relocation process of Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorists from Camp Ashraf to Camp Liberty, Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad told Persian language Young Journalists Club on Saturday that since the fall of Iraq's former dictator, the terrorist group has tried to destabilize Iraq and even made it unstable with terrorist ops when necessary.

 

Habilian Foundation Secretary-General noted that following the removal of US forces from Iraqi soil, the public pressure to expel the terrorist group's members intensified.

 

"Efforts of the Iraqi people and government caused the international organizations to take action to expel the members of the terrorist group (MEK), but ringleaders of the terrorist group made effort to stall the relocation with their noncooperation."

 

"During the past five stages, roughly 2000 members were transferred to Camp liberty, but now they are trying to keep the rest of the members in Ashraf Garrison by making false excuses."

 

He further explained the reason behind the interruption in the relocation of other members that the notorious Camp Ashraf is a repository of (MEK) crimes and Munafeqin (Hypocrites, as MEK members are called in Iran) ringleaders are trying to destroy them in order to prevent their crimes from transpiring.

 

He went on to say that the process of expulsion of the remaining MKO members is currently suspended dueto the noncooperation of the MKO leaders, even though the reports say that the next group will be transferred in near future.

 

"Americans examined the operational capability of MKO for creating unrests, schism, terrorist operations and internal conflicts," added Hasheminejad. "Now, they want to put the capability into practice in Syria."

 

In the end, Habilian Foundation Secretary-General quoted a former MKO member as saying that the terrorist group has allocated two battalions, each containing approximately 400 men, to stage terrorist operations in Syria.

 

He concluded that these measures indicate that what is going on in Syria is "apparent and imported terrorism."

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