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Following a raid by the Iraqi military on the headquarters of the terrorist group the People's Mujahedin of Iran, Iraq’s Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari has suggested that “countries who care about the fate and human rights of this group's action ... should welcome them and they should resettle them in their countries.”
Zebari made the remarks in an interview with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, just days after the Iraqi military launched a raid on Camp Ashraf, 60 kilometres north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad. The camp is home to the People's Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI), a terrorist organisation much despised by the Iranian people. The United Nations says 34 people were killed during the raid on the camp at which some 3,500 members of the death cult are stationed.
Zebari said told RFE/RL “The Iraqi Constitution prohibits the presence of mujahedin or any other militia groups from neighboring countries, whether it's the PKK [Kurdistan Workers' Party], whether it's the PJAK [Party for a Free Life in Kurdistan], or whoever to have presence on Iraqi territory and to launch attacks against our neighbours. Constitutionally, this is not allowed and the mujahedin or the MEK member [Mujahedin Khalq] of the Ashraf camp have to respect Iraqi law.”
Written by Cyrus Green<. div>
Source: oyetimes

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