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In the Iraq Security Conference, held in Baghdad, the deputy of Iraqi Journalists Union said that criminals of Mojahedin-e Khalq should be punished because they’re hypocrites and terrorists who assisted Iraqi regime in suppressing Iraqi people.
In the Iraq Security Conference, held in Baghdad, the deputy of Iraqi Journalists Union said that criminals of Mojahedin-e Khalq should be punished because they’re hypocrites and terrorists who assisted Iraqi regime in suppressing Iraqi people. Radio Free Iraq, quoting Ahmed Harun, reported that in the conference, held by Iraqi journalists union in Baghdad, Mojahedin-e Khalq organization was introduced as terrorist organization. “This group had a key role in suppressing the uprising of Shiites and Kurds in 1991 and Iraqi government should bring this group to justice,” Harun added. In this conference, journalists, politicians and Iraqi elites stressed the end of presence of all armed groups, including Mojahedin-e Khalq. According to Radio Free Iraq, journalists and politicians called on Iraqi government to consider mutual respect and understanding with neighboring countries in Iraq’s new constitution. Several former MKO members returned to the country in the past few weeks. According to the regulations devised after the fall of Saddam, all armed groups in Iraq which are known as other country’s oppositions are banned from activities.

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