Iraqi MP describes MKO’s crimes as “unforgivable”‎

A member of Iraqi Parliament describes Mujahedin-e Khalq’s crimes in Iraq as ‎inexcusable, and said the group’s presence in Iraq is a new challenge ‎for the government.‎

According to a report by Habilian Association, Arabic language news site Ashraf-news quoted ‎Haitham al-Jubouri as saying that Mujahedin-e Khalq is a new challenge for the ‎Iraqi government in addition to other active terrorist groups inside the country.‎

‎“Iraq’s position towards the group has not changed,” he added, calling MKO a ‎terrorist group who has perpetrated many crimes in Iraq.‎

The member of the Finance Committee parliamentary Haitham al-Jubouri went ‎on to say that, “the crimes of the group are inexcusable and will not be ‎removed from the memory of Iraq.”‎

He added that Iraq maintains complete information on MKO involvement in ‎‏1991‏‎ Shiite Intifada and suppression of Shiites and Kurds in Iraq.‎

The terrorist group assisted the deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in his ‎brutal suppression of Shiite and Kurd uprisings in ‎‏1991‏‎.