While Iraq wants to disband this group, there are still some people in U.S. Congress and Pentagon supporting this group
Jaam-e Jam, quoted CS Monitor's report on Mojahedin, writing:
While Iraq wants to disband this group, there are still some people in U.S. Congress and Pentagon supporting this group and see it as a potential tool against Iran.
Scott Peterson, the writer of this report, refers to the former members expressing how they were deceived by the organization and talks to Arash Sameti Pour, former members who's now in prison in Iran: the doctrine of this group is a mixture of Mao and Marxism and its leader acts as Stalin.
CS Monitor also writes: public pardon for MKO members by the Iranian government and its soft behavior with some recently-detained members show that it's a good chance for MKO members to become free from this group and its leaders.
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