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Analyzing the reasons for Rajavi's withdrawals, which Mujahedeen call it "relentless battle", Indicates that the MEK tactics in confronting the Iraqi government with the U.S, Europe and the United Nations are defeated and they are forced to retreat.

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• - The Iraqi government has no right to interfere in the affairs of the Camp Ashraf, and this base is under protection of the U.S.
A little later:
- The U.S is required to perform its obligations towards the mujahedeen.

• - There is no withdrawal from Ashraf, we have the right to asylum.
A little later:
- We accept European plan to exit Iraq.

• - MeK should be given public asylum.
A little later:
- We welcom Preparation of the High Commissioner for Refugees to address the individual asylum.

• - Iraqi deadline is artificial and illegal.
Now:
- Iraq to extend the deadline!

These retreats were reviewed neither to humiliate the MEK leadership nor to heighten his stupid Positions. Analyzing the reasons for Rajavi's withdrawals, which Mujahedeen call it "relentless battle", Indicates that the MEK tactics in confronting the Iraqi government with the U.S, Europe and the United Nations are defeated and they are forced to retreat.

Also, this situation shows that the MeK long term plan to be delisted and their efforts to satisfy the U.S are failed, because their position is not valid. Considering this fact, the inescapable prerequisite for any future mobility is that MEK to dissolve the current organization, to dismiss the culprit leadership, and to make a new arrangement!

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