MKO presence in Iraq illegal: Iraqi MP

"The Iraqi government has decided to expel the MKO since it is a terrorist organization and it is also a threat to Iraq and neighboring countries' security," al-Yasiri emphasized. He also described the MKO presence in Iraq as "illegal", insisting that it must be expelled "despite any possible clashes with other countries".

The presence of terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) in Iraq is illegal, said an Iraqi lawmaker and member of State of Law Coalition (aka Rule of Law Coalition) in Iraqi parliament.

Yasir Ghazi al-Yasiri also insisted that the anti-Iran terrorist MKO "must be expelled from Iraq," Iran's Mehr News Agency quoted Iraq's Buratha News Agency as reporting.

"The Iraqi government has decided to expel the MKO since it is a terrorist organization and it is also a threat to Iraq and neighboring countries' security," al-Yasiri emphasized.

He also described the MKO presence in Iraq as "illegal", insisting that it must be expelled "despite any possible clashes with other countries".

“The Iraq government tries to banish the MKO from the country, but not toward Iranian borders," al-Yasiri added.

As well as assassinating more than 12,000 Iranians, the MKO is responsible for over 25,000 Iraqi lives. The cult’s members are now residing in Camp Asharaf in Iraq’s Diyala Province. Contrary to the US will, Iraqi officials want to expel the terrorist cult.


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