Rajavi considered America's conflict with Iran the best opportunity to work; he has invested on this conflict for 9 years, but despite the gap in the relationship between these two countries the MeK has found no way to survive.

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Although MeK leadership currently is trying to bring on the frustrated troops that exiting Iraq is another ring of his chain of victories, certainly he can not negate that this is one of the most irreparable damages to the body of this organization after the Iraqi war against Iran ended and they reached to the deadlock.

The truth is that shortly after exiting Iraq, a legendary named "Liberation Army" will be forgotten, and, in competition with the opposition, Rajavi will possess nothing; because principally the most important function of those remained in Iraq was participating in the battle of the alternatives.

If Rajavi chances to deploy the uniformed troops to the Europe, At best he can force them to clap and dance in the group's campaigns. Even, according to the asylum law, he cannot dispatch them into streets to gather money.

So, exiting Iraq is something that should not be underestimated and it will involve MEK for a long time; also it will bring many negative consequences for them that would be clearer In future. Of the most important consequence is that the forces will be scattered in different countries and, under special rules for asylum, it would be difficult for the MeK leadership to exploit them.

MeK's present situations are similar to the condition of this terrorist group in 1982 while their organization was stamped out within the country.

Furthermore, in clamor over the group's exclusion from Iraq, failure of the MeK's leadership in trying to be removed from the FTO, and consequently staying in this country, has been neglected.

Rajavi considered America's conflict with Iran the best opportunity to work; he invested on this conflict for 9 years, but despite the gap in the relationship between these two countries the MeK found no way to survive. The reasons for this failure should be examined in an independent writing.

American government has kept the MeK on the terrorist list in order to open way for subsequent developments and changes that the group should accept. The changes' start point is the exit from Iraq and it arrive MeK to the condition yellow.

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