Alquds alarabi: It's true that MKO has no presence at the time being, but its staying in Iraq has effected relations between
Alquds alarabi: It's true that MKO has no presence at the time being, but its staying in Iraq has effected relations between two countries; since the representatives of MKO were in Jordan and spread propaganda against Iran. MKO was present in Jordan formally and even had established an office in Amman and even MKO ills were transferred to Europe via this country. Former cooperation between Jordan and MKO was a balance tool for Jordan-Iraq relations. During past 3 year Malek Abdillah tried to improve his relations with Iran and shut the office of MKO in Amman and banned the activities of this terrorist organization in Jordan's soil. He also asked the members of MKO to leave the country. Some of MKO members went to Turkey and some others to Baghdad. That's how Jordan proved its honesty toward Iran. Some issues don’t let Iran-Jordan relations be normal. When Khatami said of non-interference in other country's affairs, he was clearly pointing to MKO elements wandering between Iraq-Jordan borders. He was also pointing to the role of Jordan in transferring some MKO members from Iraqi to Europe, especially France.

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