Iraqi parties want Mojahedin dismissed
Zab Sathna, political aide and spokesman for Ahmad Chalabi, announced that: “all non-Iraqi armed groups, specially Mojahedin-e Khalq, should be dismissed from Iraq as soon as possible. They have been a part of Ba’th party’s intelligent system and they’re armed and dangerous. Saddam had used these forces to suppress people’s uprising in 1991. Hakim, the head of supreme assembly of Iraq’s Islamic revolution, had reminded at the beginning of war that there’ll be no place for Mojahedin in the future of Iraq.