MP for the National Alliance announces the final stages of Camp Ashraf, Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK, also MKO and PMOI) terrorists’ headquarters in Iraq, closure in this year.
Ali Shobbar noted that the Iraqi government has taken serious steps to end the issue of Camp Ashraf “for we are trying to maintain good relations with neighboring countries, including Iran,” Habilian reported on Monday.
“Consequently, there is no choice but this group leaves Iraq’s soil,” he added.
Shobbar pointed to Iraqi farmers’ pressures on the government and stated, “they are exerting pressure on the government to recapture their lands confiscated by the former regime then converted to MKO’s (military) base."
He describe the Iraqi government’s treatment towards MKO as “humanitarian”, adding that the issue of MKO expulsion from Iraq is done, because the government has taken the decision to implement that. "The only one thing that remains undone is finding an alternative location for them."
In mid-February some 397 MKO members while being barred to carry their stuff were relocated to Camp liberty.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urged the group on Wednesday to complete the move.
In order to prevent the expulsion of MKO members from Iraq and being transferred to Camp Liberty which culminates in the collapse of her cult, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group’s ringleader Maryam Rajavi begged the US on Sunday to let them live a temporarily nomadic life on the Jordanian side of the border instead of their temporary relocation to Liberty.