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In the recent days, MeK has sent letters to some important figures of the Zionist lobby, in which the terrorist group, recalling the spyings that it has done, asks them to pressure Obama administration for preventing their transfer to the Temporary Transit Location (TTL).

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Through an interview with the website of Iranian Diplomacy, a foreign affairs' analyst responded the question "why has Jordan resigned to host the MeK". He said:

Jordan aligns its policies with those of the US and Israel, and MEK members can be sure they won't be used as a bargaining chip. MEK also holds an office in Amman. They will probably use the refugee camps constructed by Saddam Hussein to host the Palestinians.

I should also add that the Palestinian groups hosted by Iraq, cooperated with the MEK members and Saddam Hussein in oppressing the uprising of Kurds and Shi'as after the first Persian Gulf in 1991.

This notion, in addition to the analytical basis, has benefited from part of the available information: deployment in Jordan, because of the proximity to the Zionist Regime and a special context that can provide more interaction with Israel, is a desirable option.

So far, no one has examined the issue from this viewpoint. But the fact is that MeK's leadership is seeking to provide conditions for deployment of her troops besides the Zionist Regime.

This effort came from consultation of the group's American friends. The guidance says that, at the current circumstances, more the MeK comes close to the Zionist Regime, the group would gain more power to solve the crisis of Expulsion from Iraq.

In the recent days, MeK has sent letters to some important figures of the Zionist lobby, in which the terrorist group, recalling the spyings that it has done, asks them to pressure Obama administration for preventing their transfer to the Temporary Transit Location (TTL).

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