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How Americans could trust on a terrorist organization, which officially threatens their backed government's interests in Iraq, opposes their solution, and hypocritically continues his anti-law behavior; and how they could remove this group from the FTO, while they are aware of its capacity to commit terrorist attacks, anywhere in the world?

It was three months ago when MEK (Mojahedin-e Khalq) presented a program to escape Iraq and to impose himself upon a European country under "European parliament Project". Despite the enormous cost of advertising, no country in Europe did notice it; also, the project has faced opposition from the U.S, and the United Nations has said nothing about it.
The interesting point about Mek proposed solution (so called European parliament Project) is that at the height of disregard and neglect of the West, Iraqi government is the only supporter of this solution, who, repeating the same content, in all related negotiations, calls for European countries to accommodate MeK.
American government, how ever, has raised a plan to displace MeK inside the Iraq, which is faced opposition from the Iraqi people, and has not been welcomed by that government.
Now, Mek in Iraq are facing the U.S, and their unwilling, even, against American proposition shows that Inconsistency with law lies in the nature of this terrorist group, and they are incompatible not only with the rules and the civil conditions in Iran and Iraq, but they controvert Environmental requirements of civil and civic behavior anywhere in the world.
Mojahideen have previously shown their anti-law natures, too; e.g. during attacks on Iranian embassies in some of western countries, and organized self- burning of some of them in 2003 in France. How ever, it seems that west wants to close his eye on some facts.
The interesting point is Synchronized Lobby efforts of MeK, to be removed from the FTO (Foreign Terrorist Organizations) of the U.S Department of State, with the crisis over Iraq, originated from the illegitimate presence of Mojahedeen; and obviously these are not unrelated.
Of the MEK, getting out from the FTO is the way to exit Iraqi crisis, too; why, for example, in such an assumption, they can oblige the U.S to take protection of the camp, which is not possible now now, because of being on the terrorist list.
On the other hand, recent statements of U.S. diplomatic officials about MeK condition in Iraq, indicates that whether they keep Mujahidin on the list, or not. How Americans could trust on a terrorist organization, which officially threatens their backed government's interests in Iraq, opposes their solution, and hypocritically continues his anti-law behavior; and how they could remove this group from the FTO, while they are aware of its capacity to commit terrorist attacks, anywhere in the world?

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