Facts on MKO’s Participation in Kurdish Genocide

The incontrovertible facts about MKO’s genocidal campaign against the Iraqi Kurds are so hard that even the organization itself prefers to keep silent over it and even abstains from getting into efforts to attribute it to Iranian regime as an anti-MKO campaign. The Swedish Parliament is just a few steps from making a decision to recognize MKO’s Operation Morvarid (Pearl), a post-Persian Gulf military campaign in collaboration with Saddam to suppress Iraqi Kurds uprising, as genocide and crimes against humanity as it has already recognized Saddam’s Anfal campaign. The following from David Gethin’s New Al-Qaeda in Europe: Iranian Terrorists-Good or Evil  provides adequate evidence to dispel any doubt.

The Wall Street Journal reported that in March 1991, after the Persian Gulf War and the operation by American Forces called Desert Storm in Iraq, Saddam Hussein, the then President of Iraq ordered Masoud Rajavi, the President of NCRI, who was at the same time the Leader and the Commander in Chief of MKO and NLA, to help Iraq in suppressing the Kurds uprising in the northern part of the country. Those who were involved in this operation have testified to this fact.

The US Department of State in a comprehensive report to Congress at the end of 1994 also certified that NCRI/MKO forces were involved in the suppression of Iraqi Kurds by saying the followings:

“Following the Operation dubbed “Desert Storm”, Iraqi Kurds claimed that MOW helped the Iraqi army in the suppression of Kurds. Those who fled the operation zone and took refuge near Iranian borders corroborated this allegation.

In this connection, Jalal Talebeni the Leader of the “Patriotic Movement of Iraqi Kurdistan”, (and the present Iraqi President) told reporters:

“In Karkouk Battle, five thousands MKO members joined Saddam’s forces.”

In a book entitled “For the Judgment of History”, the text of the negotiation between Masoud Rajavi, the President of NCRI, with Iraq’s intelligence officials at the time of Saddam Hussein’s rule in Iraq is published. Part of the book is about negotiations between Masoud Rajavi and General Saber Eldori, the then Head of Iraq’s Intelligence Service, right after the 1991 uprising in Iraq. From these negotiations the role of the Leader and members of NCRI in the suppression of the Iraqi people and the extent of their loyalty to Saddam Hussein’s Regime becomes clear.

“General Saber: The President (Saddam Hussein) thanked and appreciated Brother Masoud Rajavi and NLA for the valuable contribution of this army in the suppression of the recent agitations. I explained to him, in detail, the role played by the organisation in this suppressive opera-tion. In the course of operation, I was reporting minute after minute your activities and told him that organisation. Despite little facilities at your disposal and we are sorry that we cannot satisfy all your needs, you have done a great job, beyond our expectations. …I have asked the President to send a thank you letter to Masoud, but the President told me that sending a letter is not enough and he should meet Masoud in person and thank him himself.”

The documentary film of the meeting between Masoud Rajavi, President of NCRI and the Head of the Intelligence Service of Iraq is attached.

Other members of NCRI who accompanied Masoud Rajavi, the President of NCRI, in this meeting and were involved directly in the genocide of 1991 were:

1Mehdi Abrishamchi, Head of NCRI’s Peace Committee 2Abass Davari, Head of NCRI’s Labour Committee 3Ebrahim Zakeri, Head of NCRI’s Security and Counter Terrorism Committee 4Mahdi Boraei, Member of NCRI

It is noteworthy to mention Masoud Rajavi, the President of NCRI was in charge of commanding this genocide operation dubbed “Pearl Operation” against the Kurds. Furthermore, according to the testimonies of the members of NCRI, Mrs. Fereshteh Yeganeh, Chair of Educations and Training Committee of NCRI was responsible for providing logistics and sup-port for the operation.

The crime of genocide against Iraqi Kurds was committed in March 1991 in two regions in the northern parts of Iraqi Kurdistan namely “Kafri” and “Kalar”. The Governor of Iraq’s Kurdistan province in a statement issued the names of persons killed, injured or captured by MKO forces.

The names of those who lost their lives as a result of this operation are as follows:

1. Samad Rahim Hassan Mohammad

2. Ali Mahmoud Khalil

3. Aboubakr Saddigh Hussein

4. Mostafa Mohammad Saddigh

5. Hussein Rahim Hassan

6. Sami Nasser Ismaeil

7. Servat Ahmad Rahim

8. Omar Ashraf Majid

9. Borham Ali Rostam

10. Ali Mahmoud Khalifeh Hamid

11. Aziz Ahmad Mohammad Ali

12. Mohammad Ahmad Mohammad Ali

13. Salah O Edin Mohammad Ahmad Rahim

14. Najib Hussein Hassan

15. Farhad Rahman Rahim

16. Ali Abdollah Sadigh

17. Samad Rahim Hassan

18. Jamileh Hassan Hamid

19. Salar Mohammad Amin

20. Adalat Jabbar Hussein

21. Ahamad Mohammad Ghader Mahmoud

22. Mohammad Hussein Hamid

23. Jalal Hussein Abodllah

24. Mohammad Ebrahim Abdollah Farah

25. Aziz Mohammad Hadar

26. Rafigh Farigh Rahim

27. Sareif Faeigh Maha El Din

28. Hakim Aziz Ahmad

29. Abdolkarim Abdolrahman Fattah

30. Omar Mohammad Amin

31. Hamid Fattah Mohmmad

32. Yadegar Halah

33. Glaviz Abdolgahder Abdolkarim

34. Akram Ali Rostam

35. Ali Hassan Abdolrahman

36. Adalat Jabar Hussein

37. Kaveh Dara Ahmad

38. Aref Baban

39. Adnan Mahmoud

40. Adnan Hassan Ahmad

41. Haji Mahmoud Mohammad Rashid

42. Omar Mahmoud Mohammad

43. Osman Mohammad Gharib

44. Shokr Rashid Najmeh

45. Shalan Rashid Najmeh

46. Salar Hamid Raouf

47. Omar Ahmad Hassan

48. Nomid Omar Saleh

49. Dara Rashid Abdolgader

50. Mohammad Rashid Ghanbar

51. Ali Hassan Lafteh

52. Jalil Khalil Ebrahim

53. Mohammad Shokr

54. Loghman Abdolrahim Fars

55. Tahssin Saeid Abdollah

56. Ehssan Vahab

57. Talaat Shokat Majid

58. Mohammad Namegh Tabib

59. RibovarAhmad Mohammad

60. Majid Aziz Abdollah

61. Omar Ahmad Solyman

62. Zojiya Fazel Marhoud Owdah

63. Lyla Fazel Marhoud Owdah

64. Bakir Ali Saleh

65. Borham Jabar Majal

66. Maheh Mohammad Rahim Karim

67. Youssef Hussein Ali Ghader

68. Mohmmad Sharief Mohammad Saeid

69. Nor Edin Ali Ahmad

70. Noshirvan Ahmad Rostam

71. Ali Ahmad Abdollah

72. Osman Ghader Sadoun

73. Abdorahman Ahmad Karim Khadr

74. Omran Krim Mohammad Saleh

75. Fatah Ahmad Ali

76. Hussein Abdolrahman Ahmad

77. Adel Mahmoud Saeid Sharief

78. Loghman Mohammad Saleh Madouf

79. Omar Mohah Saeid Ahmad

The death certificates of some of those killed in this massacre are attached.

List of those who were injured as a result of this operation:

1. Hadim Hussein Ali (injured in the feet and abdomen)

2. Hassan Ahmad Rahim (injured in the toes and abdomen)

3. Khalil Ebrahim Abdolghader (injured in the neck)

4. Nori Sofi Mahmoud Khossrow (injured in eyes and hands)

5. Jamal Vahid Amin (injured in throat)

6. Hoywa Mohammad Ahmad

7. Mojhdeh Hussein Darvish

8. Khandeh Hussein Darvish (injured in the right hand)

9. Hussein Darvish Ahmad

10. Hatam Mahmoud Vahab Mohammad

11. Dara Ahmad Ali (injured in the abdomen, head and feet)

12. Nabard Assi Mohammad

13. Hmzeh Mohammad Darvish

14. Shilan Mohammad Darvish

15. Salmeh Mohammad Abdoljabar

The medical certificates and some photos of those injured in this operation are attached.

List of those who were captured and jailed in the prisons belonging to NCRI Group for almost five months are as follows:

1. Abdollah Mohammad Rashid

2. Ebrahim Mohammad Rashid

3. Adel Saleh Mohammad

4. Salar Mohammad Khan

5. Mohammad Javad Solyman

6. Shalan Hassan Fathollah

7. Mohammad Hassan Ali

8. Mohammad Ali Fars

9. Edris Ghader Shaker

10. Jalal Hassan Kaki

11. Omar Hassan Mohammad

12. Shir Ali Sharief

13. Mostafa Hassan Mohammad

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