The ringleader of the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as MEK, PMOI and NCRI) expressed his solidarity with the Jaish-ul-Adl terrorist group.
Referring to the execution of 16 men affiliated to Jaish-Al-Adl terrorist group, Masoud Rajavi, whose whereabouts are unknown since the US invasion of Iraq, described them as their “brothers”.
Earlier in October 2013, Maryam Rajavi, the co-leader of the MKO, also released a statement condemning the execution of terrorists, while a group of Iranian border guards were killed in cold blood close to the Iranian border with Pakistan.
Jaish-Al-Adl is a Salafi extremist group which along with a number of assassinations of Iranian border guards, abducted five Iranian border guards in Jakigour region in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan on February 6 and transferred them to the Pakistani territory.
The group released four of the abductees on April 6 and announced that it had killed the last one.
Iranian Interior Minister said the groups and individuals who have become playthings in the hands of spy agencies of foreign countries carry out desperate but futile measures in border regions to create insecurity.