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Camp Liberty, which was considered by MeK as a "prison" and "concentration camp" with all kinds of flaws and deficiencies, now (after the last Wednesday's statement of Hillary Clinton), is turned into an acceptable location to host the other residents of camp Ashraf (Camp New Iraq).

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MeK always have been known with its paradoxical and hypocritical behavior. Duality of speech and action, and the difference in inside and outside behavior are among distinctive features and habits of MeK's cultish organizations' rulers.

Despite being criticized by the other Iranian opposition groups, procedural changes for the stands and adopting dual policies are the Inviolable principle of MeK in applying the deception policy.

In the current situation that expulsion from Iraq has come across MeK with serious challenges, Double Standard is the main international policy of this terrorist group.

Camp Liberty, which was considered by MeK as a "prison" and "concentration camp" with all kinds of flaws and deficiencies, now (after the last Wednesday's statement of Hillary Clinton), is turned into an acceptable location to host the other residents of camp Ashraf (Camp New Iraq).

Mrs. Clinton last Wednesday told the Foreign Affairs Committee that "M.E.K. cooperation in the successful and peaceful closure of Camp Ashraf" will be "a key factor in any decision" on its longstanding request that the State Department lift its terrorist designation.

Following the Hillary Clinton's signal, MeK declared: "While reminding that making the delisting contingent on relocation is unwarranted in principle and in law, Mrs. Rajavi called for delisting simultaneous with relocation in order to expedite the resolution of all the problems."

As I've repeatedly said, MeK's leadership who believes that the end justifies the means, in each situation conveniently changes her policy, and, away from any political ethics and principles, acts commensurate with benefits of the day.

So, reviewing the Mek's terms over the years, one can trace a yellow line of deviating from the moral and humanitarian principles, which draws a qualitative border between MeK and the other opposition groups.

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