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Taking these measures, forces controlling Camp Ashraf have detained 8 members of MKO's intelligence section who have been in touch with terrorists; these people are now being interrogated in Camp Fernandez. They have been recognized as very dangerous and would be tried for charges of organizing terrorist operations in Diyala province.
Since the beginning of May, and after receiving orders from coalition commanders in Iraq, security forces protecting the Camp Ashraf have taken serious measures in order to restrict the activities of MKO's leadership in Diyala and also in order to restrict the MKO's contacts with remnants of Baath party. The orders are based on an agreement between Iraqi government and the US on surrounding Camp Ashraf and prevention of terrorist acts and interferences by this group in Iraq (particularly in Diyala province); part of this agreement was announced earlier by Mr. Ali Al-Dabbagh, Iraqi government spokesman. Taking these measures, forces controlling Camp Ashraf have detained 8 members of MKO's intelligence section who have been in touch with terrorists; these people are now being interrogated in Camp Fernandez. They have been recognized as very dangerous and would be tried for charges of organizing terrorist operations in Diyala province. Rajavi's gang tried in the past 3 years to take advantage of the Iraqi tribes in the province and use them as a shelter, but it has now been hated by the people of Diyala. Sunnis, in particular, have held meetings in order to expose MKO plots in Iraq; earlier, they repeatedly went to Camp Ashraf and took part in MKO's propagandistic meetings. A resident of Khalis, who had repeatedly participated in MKO's meetings, said MKO's activities in Diyala and Iraq are aimed at dividing Shiites and Sunnis in order to expand unrest and to weaken the legitimate government of Iraq.

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