Who were the 397 expelled members?

The first major step towards removal of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK, also MKO and PMOI) members from Iraq was taken place Saturday by relocating 397 members to Camp Liberty.

According to Habilian database, all of the 397 members were chosen from among the most adherents to the cult’s ideologies, since the cult’s leaders knew it well that if they let the dissidents leave the camp, they would have left the buses and run away to the Iranian borders.

It is noteworthy that some 1660 MKO members are willing to return to their motherland, Iran.

On Saturday, 397 members of Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group were relocated from Camp Ashraf to a Temporary Transit Location in order for the UNHCR to determine their refugee status.

Despite UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon’s calls on UN member states to accept the residents of Ashraf Camp, still no country indicated its willingness to take them in their countries, for the reason that these individuals’ hands are smeared up to the elbows with the blood of thousands of innocent civilians.