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.