On September 17, 1992, several Iranian-Kurdish opposition leaders were assassinated at the Mykonos restaurant in Berlin, Germany. In its 10 April 1997 ruling, a German court declared that the assassination had been ordered by Iranian intelligence minister with knowledge of supreme leader Ali Khamenei and then president Hashemi Rafsanjani. The court found Kazem Darabai, an Iranian national, and Abbas Rhayel, a Lebanese national, guilty of the murders and sentenced them to life in prison. However after serving only 15 years in prison, these two terrorists are set for early release by German authorities. The free world should be outraged by such lenient treatment of terrorists. Cutting secret deals with terrorists only emboldens them to pour more innocent blood.

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