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some say MKO's financial sources are in the Banks of Germany, Swiss and UK.
France-based Le Express, referring to the police investigation about MKO's financial sources, wrote: some say the sources of their money are bands in German, Swiss and UK banks. The Weekly added: reviewing some 1 million documents on 300 computer systems of MKO showed that Mojahedin had operations inside and outside of France to get money. "The money transfers were done by an organization called "Iran Aid" which introduces itself as a charity organization but its humanitarian activities are not trusted." Le Express also wrote: "At the end of June 2002, 17 members of this organization suspected of being involved in sabotage operations were investigated by French police. Police also conducted investigations about the source of dollars discovered in MKO headquarters." Le Express declared that $5.8 million were discovered in MKO headquarters in 2003. "Some of the financial backers of Mojahedin live in France, and they are supposed to be investigated in the near future." "After the fall of Saddam, Mojahedin lost its major benefactor. In this regard, French security service has a video document showing Masoud Rajavi (husband of Maryam Rajavi) and Saddam Hussein shaking hands.

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