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MeK leadership plays secretly, whether about removal from the FTO, and what about Camp Ashraf. As it spends millions of dollars trying to get out of the list of terrorist groups, and seeks to entrust the protection of Camp Ashraf to the United States, meanwhile it has started secret negotiations in both areas some time ago (we will expose it timely).

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1. When Americans encounter criticism of Iran for supporting the terrorist group os Mujahedin-e Khalq, The only answer that they offer in their defense is that the MeK is on the list of terrorist groups. They repeat this argument coolly, even when Pentagon officially protects them in Iraq. Meanwhile, those who consider Mek existence in FTO (Foreign Terrorist Organizations) as a favor to Iranian regime should be asked to explain their argument.
2. MeK struggle to be delisted of FTO, for any reason, whether due to solve financial and residential problems, or because of exploiting that to resolve the crisis of Camp Ashraf, or to impose itself to America as the main opposition of Iran, is a sign that their existence depends on American determination.
3. MeK leadership plays secretly, whether about removal from the FTO, and what about Camp Ashraf. As it spends millions of dollars trying to get out of the list of terrorist groups, and seeks to entrust the protection of Camp Ashraf to the United States, meanwhile, it has started secret negotiations in both areas some time ago (we will expose it timely).
4. This perspective has always been that America trade with Iran on keeping the PMOI on the list of terrorist groups. Be raised by anyone, this claim promote MeK propaganda about why they have been located on the list of terrorist groups. Proponents of This perspective (including MEK) indirect but with certainty describe MeK value and position with the U.S.
5. Delisting MeK would have Very high costs for the U.S. including that this country should be the nurse and Nanny of this group; it should care them, and pay the cost of their protection and settlement, in every corner of the world; also it should support them politically and financially.

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