Mortar attacks kill five at Iran exil...

Mortar attacks kill five at Iran exile camp in Iraq

There are 2 comments on the Bangkok Post story from Feb 9, 2013, titled Mortar attacks kill five at Iran exile camp in Iraq. In it, Bangkok Post reports that:

Dozens of mortars and rockets fired on a camp housing Iranian dissidents near Baghdad killed five members of the opposition group, Iraqi security officials said.

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SHIRO

New York, NY

#1 Feb 9, 2013
If USA /CANADA love these MEK organization then why not give them refugee status and bring them to USA ..Why ??Porkay ?????Chera ? warom ???,or give them money to buy condos in Switzeland and live happy there after..
Phil

Germany

#2 Feb 10, 2013
Why cannot these Iranian refugees come back to Iran? They could be observed by officials, police in IRan but they cannot live in Iraq, this country does not exist, it is thanks to criminals from usa and another criminal bastards a complete chaos there and lives of these people are in danger

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