MKO Terrorists Attack Exhibition in Stockholm for Second Day

Bianca Rahimi
PressTV, Stockholm

Members of the terrorist group Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization, also known as MKO, gathered in the Swedish capital for the second day in a row to sabotage an exhibition on the group’s crimes.

Swedish police struggled to control the situation with one MKO member spilling out, running down the road away from the designated location for the protest and harassing the journalist and the Presstv film crew.

On Thursday, several MKO members were arrested for attacking the exhibition and throwing objects, including paint, at the exhibition and public property.

The organizer of the exhibition, the NGO Habilian, said the police tried to sabotage the event by refusing to allow the display of banners and denying journalists adequate security despite having the necessary permits. .

The MKO has carried out numerous assassinations and bombings against Iranian statesmen and civilians since the 1979 victory of the Iranian Islamic Revolution. Its members fled Iran in 1986 to Iraq, where they enjoyed the support of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

MKO terrorists enjoy freedom of activity in the United States and Europe and even hold regular meetings, during which European and American officials give speeches.

The organizers of this event say that MKO members protested for 90 days in the Swedish capital and received government security. Press TV says that the Swedish government should be held responsible for providing support to MKO terrorists while being unable to maintain the safety of the international network crew.

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