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Mojahedin try to open space of occupiers in the region and make true Saddam's dreams about attaching Arvand River to Iraq
Farid Suleimani, member of terrorist MKO, about detention of 8 British sailors who had entered Iranian waters, told SkyNews: "according to our sources inside the regime, the whole incident was planned and organized by the regime. They had identified British sailors and I stress that sailors were ambushed." He added: "while we are only one week away from power transfer in Iraq, Iranian regime wanted to send a message to all people in Iraq that "we are able to strike Britons, and they are not able to retaliate." The office of NCRI in London said in its statement: "British sailors were caught in a trap launched by revolutionary forces." The statement adds: "fair position of UK foreign ministry toward Iranian regime has caused them resort to such tactics. Unfortunately, when UK foreign ministry praised Kharrazi and referred to well-treatment with British sailors, this stance of Mullahs was boosted. Showing sailors in front of TV cameras was the breach of international conventions. If Mullahs resort these tactics to get more advantages, such acts should be condemned strongly. What becomes clear of these sentences is that Mojahedin try to open space of occupiers in the region and make true Saddam's dreams about attaching Arvand River to Iraq. Mojahedin, by appeasing for occupying forces, want to instigate them to attack Iran. It's notable that PA and UK's Channel 4, reflected MKO's idea that "detention of British sailors was a trap by Iran".

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