More than 145 complaints have been filed in Iraq against the MKO terrorist group and they all must be dealt with in the courts, Iran’s Ambassador to Iraq said.
Iran's Ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danaeifard says Tehran has filed lawsuits with Iraqi courts against the leaders of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO).
More than 145 complaints have been filed in Iraq against the MKO terrorist group and they all must be dealt with in the courts, Danaeifard said on Saturday.
He added that the MKO had been residing in Camp Ashraf for 27 years and used the base to carry out terrorist attacks and kill nearly 12000 innocent Iranian people.
"Many legal complaints have been filed against the MKO within Iraq as well," the Iranian ambassador added.
"The MKO members along with the forces of [former Iraqi dictator] Saddam [Hussein] massacred the Iraqi people and now the victims' families want their complaints addressed," Danaeifard said.