International Arrest Warrant for MKO Members

Swiss-based newspaper of "Le Temp" revealed in a report that six MKO members who commuted in UN Commissions were banned according to an international arrest warrant which was issued by Interpol.

Le Temp wrote: "It’s about six opponents of regime in Tehran, who lobbied in the UN Commissions. A year ago, they were banned from entering UN buildings due to prosecution by Iranian officials. In March 2003, Libyan head of Human Rights Commission at that time, replied to Iranian officials’ letter that for preventing people from entering these buildings there should be convincing reasons, such as an international arrest warrant. In the next year, 2004, the warrant had been issued by Interpol. So, the doors of the UN were automatically closed on these dangerous terrorists."

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