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It's feared that coalition's support for this group makes these terrorists more determined in conducting their inhumane threats. According to the evidences and regarding the history of Mojahedin for its crimes against Iraqis, we note that the coalition forces are responsible for any possible incident.
According to the reports, a number of citizens of Diali province in Iraq, including lawyers and tribesmen of the region, have been threatened to death by the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e Khalq and their Baathist allies. Their participation in "Peace and Friendship" seminar is the reason for being threatened by Saddamists and MKO allies. The seminar was held in Mashhad by Habilian Association and discussed the case of 16000 Iranians killed by Mojahedin as well as the illegal presence of this group in Iraq. Guests of the seminar, mostly Iraqi prominent figures from Diali province, also insisted on Iraqi's right to have this group expelled from their country; they backed Habilian Association's initiative to follow the cases in legal framework. At the time when terrorist kill tens of innocent Iraqis on a daily basis and coalition forces are expected to take necessary actions, these dangerous terrorists- under the protection of occupiers- threaten people and disturb them. It's feared that coalition's support for this group makes these terrorists more determined in conducting their inhumane threats. According to the evidences and regarding the history of Mojahedin for its crimes against Iraqis, we note that the coalition forces are responsible for any possible incident. Habilian Association Holy city of Mashhad Cc: Gen. George Casey, the commander of coalition forces in Iraq Mr. Jalal Talabani, the president of Iraq

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