they are supposed to be supported in Iraq, in return for what they do
Hazim Sha'lan uses MKO to attack the shrine of Imam Ali Brothers, writers, politicians and Shiite leaders, get up, forget differences, innocent Muslims and holy shrine of Imam Ali ask for your help. According to a special source in Iraqi government I was informed that: "Hazim Sha'lan uses the forces of Mujahideen-e Khalq in order to attack the Shrine of Imam Ali. They wear the uniforms of Iraqi national forces. After Hazim Sha'lan failed to gather Iraqi troops and police forces to attack holy shrine, he concluded to use this terrorist group in order to kill Shiite youths. This is not something new, since Saddam Hussein had used this terrorist group in order to attack prayers in Hekmat Mosque in Sadr city. I myself was a witness of this massacre. Now this question rises that "what's the relationship of these people with Hazim Sha'lan? Members of this group try to remain in Iraq and Sha'lan is supposed to support this group in return for their participation in attacking holy shrine.

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