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U.S. State Department was ordered in 1994 to give a full report about Mojahedin-e khalq.
U.S. State Department was ordered in 1994 to give a full report about Mojahedin-e khalq. At that time some Congressmen believed that Department's accusation are false and that terrorist record of the group, in killing several American citizens, is justifiable according to the claims of the group (which put the blame on some extremist who had committed murders in the absence of their real leader). But the report contained top secret points about Mojahedin which revealed terrorist acts and relationship with Saddam Hussein. Department had undeniable documents about public deception by the group. Department presented a part of report to the Congressmen in 1994. Only 40 pages of 250 page report were published. The information which was presented by FBI, came from intelligence efforts in the U.S. and Iraq (FBI sent an Iranian into the group in Iraq. His diary has been published in the U.S.). In addition, CIA has been in contact with the group and has financed it. So, it has got the intelligence it needed about the cooperation of Saddam with MKO. The State Department has used the views and opinions of Iranian intellectuals and experts. It has brought the names of these people at the end of the report: Arvand Abrahamian, the Professor of City University, teaching History. Bahman Bakhtiari Ostad, Professor of Min University, Political Sciences. Ali Banu Azizi, Psychology professor at the Boston College. Farhad Kazemi, New York University, Political Laws. Niki Kadi, professor of Political Laws at the University of California. Mohsen Milani, Political Laws; South Florida University. Dr. Roy Mottahede, History Professor at the University of Harvard. Ruhallah Ramezani, the head of foreign affairs at the University of Virginia.

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