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However, Rajavi was considered more intelligent to miss such opportunity to leave Iraq. But now his melancholy is so extreme that he once again has launched campaigns and has started racketing about their horrendous future in the Liberty.

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It was assumed that after that the US, the UN, and Europe insured the protection of Camp Ashraf residents subsequent to its evacuation, this could reduce a little fear of Rajavi, but apparently he and his remnants are extremely terrified of exiting the camp.

Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki's statement about criminal nature of the MeK, and that some of its members are under the prosecution, not new words, and they had been repeated many times by various characters in Iraq.

Furthermore, the MeK leadership's letter to Mr. Kobler indicates that this phobia has found melancholic nature and he is skeptical of everything.

Of course the MeK leadership's mood is natural, and it is among the effects of separation from facts and years of being isolated and engaging in militarism and sectarianism.

However, Rajavi was considered more intelligent to miss such opportunity to leave Iraq. But now his melancholy is so extreme that he once again has launched campaigns and has started racketing about their horrendous future in the Liberty.

More interesting that Rajavi's melancholia has caused his return to the Stereotypical slogan of "Ashraf, the Strategic Center for struggle and power balance".

Say, if the Liberty had more facilities than Camp Ashraf and it was given to them, as it was provided for the Americans, the MeK's "Strategic Center" would be relocated there. Say, Was it not just two weeks ago that Rajavi makes decision to evacuate Camp Ashraf?

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