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informed Iraqi sources in Al-Amarah disclosed that Shaalan had established special relations with Mojahedin-e Khalq and Iranian oppositions in Iraq when he was in power. According to these sources, in a move coordinated with the US and Israel, Shaalan used these forces repeatedly in order to suppress paramilitary forces of Moqtada Al-Sadr in Sadr City and Najaf.
Iraqi sources revealed that Hazem Al-Shaalan has been involved in recent bombings in the city of Ahwaz. Iraqi sources reported that Hazem Shaalan, former Iraqi interim defense minister, has been involved in the bombings. According to Mehr News Agency, informed Iraqi sources in Al-Amarah disclosed that Shaalan had established special relations with Mojahedin-e Khalq and Iranian oppositions in Iraq when he was in power. According to these sources, in a move coordinated with the US and Israel, Shaalan used these forces repeatedly in order to suppress paramilitary forces of Moqtada Al-Sadr in Sadr City and Najaf. “Then after coordinating with Zionist regime’s agents, Shaalan brought them into the weapon smuggling networks, which worked in the provinces of Khuzistan and Ilam.” According to these sources, Shaalan also organized a group of former Iraqi Estekhbarat agents who worked on Iran and linked them to opposition groups based in Iraq. Sources added: “Shaalan had announced that he would take the war to the streets of Iran.” Iraqi sources also said that Zionist regime and the US and British troops have always been paving the way for illegal entrance of saboteurs to Iran. It’s notable that Shaalan was a minister in Alawi’s government. He repeatedly accused Iran of interfering in Iraq’s internal affairs and started a propagandistic war against Tehran. Iraqi Political and religious figures protested him. Reports on his involvement in Ahwaz’s bombings match his threats against Iran (that he would bring the war to the streets of Tehran). Al-Qods Al-Arabi had revealed earlier that MKO forces had cooperated with US forces in invading the city of Najaf.

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