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MP Urges Germany to End Support for PJAK Leader

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, July 31 (ICANA) – A senior Iranian lawmaker on Sunday urged the Berlin government to discontinue its support for the terrorist PJAK leader who is based in Germany.
Sunday, July 31, 2011 1:47:47 PM
MP Urges Germany to End Support for PJAK Leader

Speaking to ICANA, member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Majlis Fatemeh Alia further said: “The Iranian nation and all the nations opposed to terrorism ask the German government to end its support for PJAK leader Rahman Haj-Ahmadi.”

Stating that the PJAK leader was living in Germany freely and even gave interviews to the media, the Iranian lawmaker said: “Support for terrorists is against Europe’s gestures of war on terror and defense of human rights.”

Iran has urged Germany to prosecute leaders of the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) as Tehran seems determined to continue its strikes against the terrorist group.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Ahani on Wednesday called on German authorities to seriously confront PJAK members in Germany, given the group's terrorist attacks against Iranian civilians and armed forces.

Chairwoman of the Human Rights Committee of Iran's Majlis (parliament) Zohreh Elahian has written a letter the German Federal Parliament, criticizing Berlin's failure to meet its international commitments in the fight against terror and its granting refuge to Haj-Ahmadi.

She also asked Germany to hand over the PJAK chief to Iran so that he could be brought to justice.

Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the German charge d'affaires in Tehran this week to voice Iran's strong protest against the presence and free activity of the terrorist group in Germany.

The IRGC has deployed 5,000 military forces in the northwest of the country along its common border with Iraq's Kurdistan, and has been fighting the PJAK terrorist group over the past weeks.

Members of the PJAK -- an offshoot of Turkey's outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party -- regularly engage in armed clashes with Iranian security forces along the country's western borders with Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

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