MKO Collaborating with Iraqi Dissidents, Al-Qaeda to Topple Maliki Gov't
Defected member of the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCR) disclosed on Wednesday that the group's ringleaders are collaborating with the leaders of Iraq's dissident groups as well as the Al-Qaeda network in the country to topple Nuri al-Maliki's government.
"The MKO and its ringleaders have high hopes for toppling Maliki's government and are using every possible method to achieve this goal," said Ali Hosseinnejad, a highly trusted veteran member of the MKO who accompanied MKO ringleader Maryam Rajavi as her personal interpreter in talks with Iraqi government officials during Saddam's era.
"They (the MKO ringleaders) have so specially strong contacts and relations with one of Iraq's political lists and also with certain political figures within the government that Rajavi has officially declared a 40-day deadline for the overthrow of Maliki's government," added Hosseinnejad who has just very recently defected from the terrorist group and surrendered to the Iraqi forces.
Hosseinnejad revealed that the MKO has still ties with the remnants of Saddam regime as well as other terrorist groups, specially the al-Qaeda network in Iraq.
The defected member had also earlier this month revealed that the leaders of the MKO were acting in full subordination to Iraq's security services during the era of former dictator Saddam Hussein.
Hosseinnejad unveiled that MKO ringleader Massoud Rajavi received direct orders from the chiefs of Saddam's security services.
"The Istekhbarat (security) service of Iraq always considered the MKO as one of its subordinate units and a subdivision of Istekhbarat and was present in all high-level meetings of the MKO as the dominating side," Hosseinnejad said.
Despite the propaganda campaign by MKO ringleaders about the importance of the terrorist cult, Rajavi was unable to do a move before it was Okayed by Saddam's security services, he reiterated.
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