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Mojahedin-e khalq are involved in terrorist operations in Iraq, a SCIRI member has revealed
With revelations of a SCIRI (Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq) member, part of a terror network which worked against Shiites has been disclosed. This member of SCIRI, citing credible sources and evidences, said that "terror team of eliminating Shiites from the political future of Iraq" has employed a group of Mojahedin-e khalq members. Backed by Wahabis, Arab states, CIA and Iraqi interim government, this anti-Shiites network, acting under the cover of "Defa Al-Vatani Organization", has started assassinating 4000 known Shiites, with more than 100 successful and 130 unsuccessful assassinations. A SCIRI member has accused Mojahedin-e khalq organization of conducting terrorist operations and assassinating Iraqi officials. According to Baztab website, Abu Akbar Saedi, in an interview with Al-Hayat, said that "we have credible information which proves that MKO has been involved in terrorist operations in Iraq." Saedi also accused Americans of misusing MKO's case in favor of their own political purposes. Referring to divisions in Bush administration on the issue of Mojahedin, he added: Americans have always been an obstacle in executing interim government's decision on expelling Mojahedin from Iraq. He stressed that Iraqi foreign ministry likes to resolve its difference with Iran and to stop MKO from influencing two countries' relations. Al-Hayat continued: "Mohammed Saeedi, a MKO commander, has been seen in Baghdad protected by American armored vehicles. And this is what Iraqis call "a big challenge in front of interim government policies on expelling MKO." "MKO is of double use for Americans; one for security purposes, including gathering intelligence about Iran's nuclear activities and also about remnants of former Ba'th regime. Second, for political purposes, such as using MKO to press Iran for its nuclear activities.

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