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The Neo- conservatives grasped that the MeK, more than running their policies, are following their own organizational interests and look for deceitful intentions in the deal. In fact, the Mek want security assurance, receiving facility, being located under the America's custody, being removed from the terrorist list and participation in political dialogue as an alternative; all of them in return for terrorist operations.

 

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Although these days, the MeK mainly focus on the U.S. and some congressmen are carrying out their desires, but, they have lost the support of republicans, who were actively supporting this terrorist group before.

 

What is going on now in the U.S. in favor of this group, is a brokerage that is operated by lobbies and led by the MeK's continuous financial pumping, and now it is turned out to a business for retired American authorities and militants, and has no root in American conservatives' policy.

 

In the past, republicans, and specially conservatives had defined policy in support for the terrorist group MeK and considered this group as an option for Implementation of terrorist acts in Iran, but for some reasons this strategy changed and the Writ Wing gave up investing on this group.

 

An important reason for this strategy shift lies in the general policy of America to correct the opprobrium of the republicans' era. Undoubtedly, as American experts acknowledge, one of the black spots in America's record in Iraq was supporting a terrorist group backed by Saddam, something that should be corrected.

 

Another reason of America's distaste for the MeK originates from Obama's strategy, which in many ways has restrained the warmongers. From this perspective, one could analyze the America's media disclosure about the Zionist Regime and America's use of the MeK in terrorist operations.

 

But the main reason for withdrawal of conservatives from supporting the terrorist group MeK derives from negotiation with the MeK's leadership and their Interaction with the Rajavi's gang.

 

The Neo- conservatives grasped that the MeK, more than running their policies, are following their own organizational interests and look for deceitful intentions in the deal. In fact, the Mek want security assurance, receiving facility, being located under the America's custody, being removed from the terrorist list and participation in political dialogue as an alternative; all of them in return for terrorist operations. Principally, Americans, from the both wings, are not used to do such deals, and this is the reason for Rajavi's whine.

 

Another important point is the American experts' estimation of the MeK's ability to influence within Iran and carry out challenging actions for the rule, an assessment that brought very disappointing results for them. Really, they concluded that their investment on the MeK was betting on a dead horse.This means that even if the MeK's brokers could remove them from the terrorist list, there is no policy for support them in none of the U.S. wings, and must act as soldiers of the Zionist Regime.

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