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After the fall of Saddam and disarmament of Mojahedin, the stance of EU against MKO, shutting down terrorist
After the fall of Saddam and disarmament of Mojahedin, the stance of EU against MKO, shutting down terrorist headquarters of MKO in France and preventing them from acting in the U.S., remnants Mojahedin resort to guessing about Iran's affairs; but the global events are all against the analysis and hopes of Mojahedin. They came to the scene a few weeks ago with intelligence figure and claimed that they were the first who brought up the case of Argentina, but it seems that they are not going to tell anything about that since the corruption of Judge of the case has been revealed. After that they made noise about the nuclear programs of Iran in hope that the U.S. may do something against Iran by a resolution; but this was being opposed by the world. So they couldn't say anything else about that. They tried to made Canadian government act (about the case of Kazemi) as they wanted, but Canadian FM broke all their hopes yesterday. Now, Mojahedin are waiting for October 2nd, when the U.S. is supposed to review the names of terrorist organizations. They hope the U.S. will remove them from the list and that they can get their weapons again. October 2nd will come, but as the evidences show 2003 is the year of successive defeats for these terrorists.

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