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A decade after Maryam Rajavi's warning about expansion of Iran's influence, and while the occupiers have left Iraq and the MeK expulsion is running out, Mossad through an imperative Report expressed its serious concern about rising the power of Ikhwan al-Muslimin in Egypt, saying that Islamists who are taking power in the Muslim countries are bigger geopolitical threats than building nuclear bomb by Iran.

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10 years ago, Maryam Rajavi announced that Iran's influence in Iraq is a hundred times more dangerous than Iran's acquisition of nuclear bomb, and asked the US not to allow Iran to expand its influence in this country. MEK's leadership explicitly stated that she does the best she can to prevent this penetration in any way possible, and defined for her organization the mission of impeding Iran's advance.

However the dominant notion then was that Saddam's collapse has caused that the terrorist group MeK's leadership, afraid of Iraqi people's revenge and eradication of her organization, engages to exaggeration.

A decade after Maryam Rajavi's warning about expansion of Iran's influence, and while the occupiers have left Iraq and the MeK expulsion is running out, Mossad through an imperative Report expressed its serious concern about rising the power of Ikhwan al-Muslimin in Egypt, saying that Islamists who are taking power in the Muslim countries are bigger geopolitical threats than building nuclear bomb by Iran.

Mossad stressed: "Islamists' relation with Israeli will be a difficult case and a serious threat to Tel Aviv in future."

Recently Maryam Rajavi had been reiterated that the regional revolutions are similar to the Islamic republic of Iran and warned about the "ideological character" of them, which indicates the Mujahedeen's association with Israeli intelligence services in this case, as well as the common concern of them.

Ten years ago most of the experts enunciated formation of new classifications and establishment of the Zionist block and the public front in the region. They considered MeK and some other terrorist groups as parts of the Zionist stooges, a fact that now is evident well and clearly is shown in the Issues such as Syria.

So, when Zionists and their stooges make known their fear of Muslims' power, it becomes evident that the future belongs to the People of the region.

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