The discovery of new documents of former Iraqi regime's activities has led to the disclosure of wide cooperation of Mojahedin with Saddam's dictator regime
The discovery of new documents of former Iraqi regime's activities has led to the disclosure of wide cooperation of Mojahedin with Saddam's dictator regime, a source, close to SAIRI, said to Fars News Agency.
He added: "these documents were obtained from Iraqi Estekhbarat (security service) in Northern Baghdad known as "Andolus."
Referring to this fact that some people had access to these documents during Saddam's rulership, he said: "in these documents, cooperation of Mojahedin with former regime has been disclosed."
He continued: "in some mysterious documents of this group, capabilities of Iranian military forces, before Iran-Iraq war, had been given to Iraqis."
He stressed that these documents also reveal that Saddam Hussein funded this group since 1979 and before the imposed war.
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