EU states urged to accept MKO

Ashton will make the call as part of efforts to back the terrorists who have already murdered more than 12,000 Iranian and 25000 Iraqi civilians and officials since 1981.

 

According to Europolitics, EU High Representative Catherine Ashton will urge member states to take in some of the MKO terrorist group members. As the Iraqi government is determined to expel the terrorist group from the Iraqi soil before the end of the year, the European Union is looking for ways to accept some of the cult’s members.

Ashton will make the call next week as part of efforts to back the terrorists who have already murdered more than 12,000 Iranian and 25000 Iraqi civilians and officials since 1981. Negotiations are currently underway on evacuation of camp Ashraf between the Iraqi government and the United Nations. The aim is to repatriate those with dual citizenship to their second countries and the rest to Iran or another state.

Tehran has offered immunity to the cult’s members who are willing to go back to Iran. The International Committee of the Red Cross has estimated that as many as 1,000 members are thinking of doing so. Another EU official said Of the 3,200 cult members in the camp, between 800 and 900 might have enough links with third countries to be repatriated there.


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