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There are legal problems with the members of MEK, which has been designated as a terrorist organization
In an exclusive interview with Fars News about the will of the US to attack Iran, William O. Beeman, professor at the University of Stanford, said: “On February 22, Bush said reports on the US planning to attack Iran are stupid jokes. In fact, even the best experts are doubtful about this. My best guest is that if the US has a plan to attack Iran, it won’t do it alone. It will probably use Israeli air force or an opposition force like Mojahedin-e Khalq.” About the presence of MKO members in the US, he said: “there are legal problems with the members of MEK, which has been designated as terrorist organization. What the US government is trying to do is to separate MKO members from the original group and that’s why it’s called “former MKO”, then they can be supported financially and logistically. No one knows how much the group can be influential but they can be employed as spies and guerillas inside Iran.”

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