Super powers have always used exiled groups as leverages against Tehran, Professor said
Guive Mirfendereski, Canadian professor of international Law and political sciences at the University of Toronto, said about Canadian officials' visit to camp Ashraf in Iraq: super powers always use such abroad-grown and exiled groups as leverage against Tehran.
Mirfendereski, referring to the competence of super powers in creating and upbringing faithful groups in the atmosphere of cold war, said: "Mojahedin-e Khalq were created and raised by Russia, and Americans created some other political groups.
Mirfendereski added: "Canada relations, like the US and other countries, are based on economy. So, it tries not to spoil it."
It should be said that 80 members of Mojahedin have claimed that they have been Canadian refugees and that they want to leave the camp. Meanwhile, no country has accepted to give them asylum yet.
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