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Alireza Jafarzadeh, spokesman of Mojahedin in the U.S., is employed by the Zionist network of Fox News. Fox News called
Alireza Jafarzadeh, spokesman of Mojahedin in the U.S., is employed by the Zionist network of Fox News. Fox News called Alireza Jafarzadeh "Fox News's foreign relations analyst" and interviewed him. Fox News is violating rules, which were announced by US state department, by using him. Last month, Colin Powel announced that any kinds of activities of NCRI and MKO in the U.S. are banned. But the warmongers, by employing this terrorist element and introducing him as the analyst of Fox News, want to bolster their ties with them and want to use them as a means in the way of Israel's intelligence and propaganda purposes. In the interview, Jafarzadeh claimed that Iranian pilgrims are revolutionary guards and agents of Intelligence service.

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