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"United States has adopted a wrong and dangerous way by supporting Mujahedin-e Khalq" says Habilian Foundation Secretary-General.

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"United States has adopted a wrong and dangerous way by supporting Mujahedin-e Khalq" says Habilian Foundation Secretary-General.

 

Seyed Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad told YJC reporter, "The recent statement of U.S. Department of State Spokesperson was a reaction to MKO ringleaders' non-cooperation with international organizations in their relocation to Camp Liberty," referring to Victoria Nuland's 18 June statement.

 

State Department spokeswoman, Victoria Nuland, released a statement Monday urging the residents of Camp Ashraf to "resume full cooperation with the Iraqi Government and United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq."

 

He went on to say that the State Department's reaction as well as the MKO leader's insubordination show their defiance towards law and even towards their state sponsors in any condition.

 

"Since the quiddity of MKO's actions is crime and violation of humanitarian law, any country who wants to support them will definitely face such challenges and conflicts," said Habilian Foundation S.G.

 

Hasheminejad then pointed to the all-out supports of the U.S. for MKO and said, "The United States has adopted a wrong and dangerous way by supporting the terrorist group, and the Islamic Republic of Iran have repeatedly warned against this, because supporting any terrorist group is illegal and causes insecurity in all countries.

 

He finally concluded that the continuation of MKO leaders' stonewalling in the process of Ashraf residents' relocation to Camp Liberty will lead to intense conflicts.

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