Iraqi Lawyer Advocates Rights of Terrorists

In an interview published in Washington Post on 10 June 2006, Kamal Hamdoun, the head of Iraq’s lawyers’ union, deplored the dominant anarchy in Iraq saying: "We are living in terror. For example, I’m unable to move around freely. And there’s a gun in my drawer". He had further explained that "The control of the jungle is for those who have claws and fangs".

Now, nearly 50 days after his complaint against the Iraq’s chaotic situation, Mr. Hamdoun leaps forward enthusiastically to advocate Mojahedin Khalq’s presence in Iraq saying “No one can strip them of this right without a legitimate legal argument”.

Reported by NCRI website, Mr. Kamal Hamdoon, in an interview with Mojahedin’s television station, announced:

The rights of PMOI members have been recognized based on international conventions and the UN Charter, and we at the Iraqi lawyers’ League are with them to the end… The Mojahedin were granted political asylum status in the past. No one can strip them of this right without a legitimate legal argument. Recent remarks by some Iraqi officials against the Mojahedin have no legal or religious basis.

Mr. Hamdoun has to be reminded that the “recent remarks by some Iraqi officials against the Mojahedin” do have legal basis because they are the words of the Iraqi legal Prime Minister and the cabinet. For sure, not all honorable, Iraqi lawyers share your opinion because they are well aware that the only way to end conflict and disorder in a war-torn country is to disband the terrorist groups. Mr. Hamdoun is recommended to refer to the list of the proscribed groups and entities for more information if he is in doubt.

If Mr. Hamdoun still insists on his previously stated comment that "The control of the jungle is for those who have claws and fangs", let’s imagine he is living in a depicted jungle of himself, and advocates the law of the jungle over the canon and sanctioned laws for the practice of justice, then, we should congratulate Mr. Hamdoun for having found the best ones with “claws and fangs" to have along. Mojahedin’s atrocities against Iraqi people in Saddam’s time prove them to be the most prefect choice to cause chaos and to fan the flames of turbulence. Be tolerant of the Iraqi authorities’ wisely made decision.

mojahedin.ws –  A. Afshar    August 6, 2006

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