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in previous weeks we witnessed the transfer of MKO top members to Europe. The number of such people counts around
After the news of arresting MKO members in Iraq was reported, Iran-Interlink wrote in an article: "in previous weeks we witnessed the transfer of MKO top members to Europe. The number of such people counts around 300, and the number is now increasing. Rajavi had correctly predicted that Mojahedin won't survive in Iraq without Saddam Hussein, so he sent some of his forces to west to renew his cult in there. Other parts of forces were kept in Iraq for propagandistic purposes, suicide attacks, sending to Iran and …. Of course, U.S. bombing of his bases, disarmament and arrest of forces in Iraq affected his plans somehow. Since then on, we have heard different news stories about the behavior of U.S. troops with MKO forces. For example, we heard that Pentagon is willing to use this group against Iran. Other news headlines indicated that U.S. state Department insisted that this organization is a terrorist one and that it should be treated as such. Important point in all of these reports is that there's no sign of Masoud Rajavi in them. Rajavi has followed his plans and MKO members are wandering in Iraq. It doesn't make difference if in a deal with Americans he has sold his forces to show that U.S. troops have done something, or he has hid in Europe, or he is not able to control the organization anymore. One point is clear, that Masoud Rajavi is the one we can expect he does any dirty works in the future to save his own life.

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