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Baztab website has presented an article called “US’s pressures, Our demands” by Rasool-e Ja’farian, analyzing Iran-US
Baztab website has presented an article called “US’s pressures, Our demands” by Rasool-e Ja’farian, analyzing Iran-US relationship after the fall of Saddam. Some parts of this article is related to the terrorist group of Mojahedin. US pressure, our demands Since we believe that the content of this article is based on realities and documents, we bring a summary, which includes the MKO terrorist group: “US’s pressures, Our demands”: These days the pressure of US on Iran has been increased and each day a US official comments on it. On the other hand Americans, with giving more freedom to the MKOs, try to find a pressure tool on Iran and prevent Iran from helping Iraqis and restoring the rights of the Shittes. What’s the reason for all these pressures? It’s obvious that Iran has not allowed any Ba’this to the country. It has not let Saddam and his family in. So, why should Iran be threatened? What is this policy that Ba’thists should be free but Muslim oppositions can’t be free after all the disasters they have born. They can’t decide in their own country, they can’t have their certain rights. They can’t have a supporter or a friend. Meanwhile, the US supports a terrorist group, which has been put in the list of terrorists by the US itself, only to threaten these Muslims and to put Iran under pressure?! This terrorist group has always talked about Saddam as “Master of Masters Saddam Hussein” and has always stood against Kurds and Iraqi oppositions. This is not in accordance with any logic except that Americans think only of their own benefits and as once they used Saddam to control Iran they now use terrorists. Unfortunately in such a situation, some internal news sources exaggerate US’s threats and make scarecrow of hypocrites (MKOs) by bringing their name in their articles. Hypocrites are so disgraced to be successful in Iraq’s future or to be accepted by Kurds or the Shiites. Sooner or later, after using these mean terrorists- who sleep with many time to time- , the US will throw them out like rubbish and the only favor it could do to them is to let them live in a remote location. If the US has goodwill –or if not, be a bit realistic- it should stop threatening Iran. Iranian officials should know that the US won’t be able to stay in Iraq for a long time and any government in the future of this country will expel hypocrites of Mojahedin to be able to survive. So, these pressures are temporary and there should be no fear from them.

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