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author of this article has compared MKO to Trojan horses for the occupying forces in Iraq.
It seems that it is acceptable if we refer to occupying forces in Iraq – who use the title of multinational force- as "occupying forces who have Trojan horses." US official's move to support Mojahedin-e Khalq under Geneva Convention- which was done under the name of interim government- is a proof for the accuracy of such addressing. After forming interim government, Americans were expected to take measures in order to stabilize Iraq. But we know that talking about the sovereignty of Iraqis is- at least for now- some kind of self-deception. We are well aware that Washington wants to use Mojahedin-e Khalq as fifth column and as Trojan horse and to use them as a tool against Iran. On the other hand, it's natural for Iran to want to revenge on Washington, and in such circumstances Iraqi people are the main losers. Americans turned Iraq's pure soil to a big quagmire for alligators, terrorist murderers and a field for car bombings. Existence and presence of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq in Iraq is not good for Iraqi people. This organization suppressed Iraqi people shoulder to shoulder with forces of former regime. Its presence in Iraq will also be a matter of struggle between Iran and Iraq, which is totally unhelpful. So, it is necessary for interim government to expel this group as soon as possible.

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