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Reports by Iraqi sources indicate that Iraqi PM's new order to ban all trips to and from MKO's camp Ashraf has been widely reflected and welcomed among Iraq's political forces and has frightened and angered supporters of terrorist Mojahedin-e khalq.
Reports by Iraqi sources indicate that Iraqi PM's new order to ban all trips to and from MKO's camp Ashraf has been widely reflected and welcomed among Iraq's political forces and has frightened and angered supporters of terrorist Mojahedin-e khalq. These supporters (Iraq's Accord Front) who went to the camp of terrorists in order to boost the morale of Rajavi's desperate forces and meanwhile established secret ties with the leaders of the cult and paved the way for supporting this terrorist organization are now angry because the routes of their ties with the terrorists have been closed and because it seems that this time the order is supported by Amerians. In this regard, Khalf Al-Elyan, whose terrorist activities against Iraqis and the government have been exposed, said in an interview with an Iraqi news agency from Jordan that "the decision of Nuri Al-Maliki's government to cut the relationship of Iraqis with the MKO was illegal". "MKO is a friend organization that has been Iraq's guest for 25 years; it has not damaged Iraq's interests. This is Iranians' decision that has only been announced by Maliki's government. This illegal method is unacceptable because the MKO is peace-lover and no one should ban Iraqis' relations with this organization," he said. Ahmed Suleiman, another MP from this party, said: "The government is wrong in its decisions. MKO is not a terrorist organization. Also, the parliament's discussion on MKO's case in order to pass bills against this group would be futile."

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