Ghasem Mazi discusses the current situation of Iraq and the presence of terrorist MKO in Iraq.
Ghasem Mazi, in his article “Suspicious Test”, has discussed current situation of Iraq and has posed some questions about it. He has asked for the unity of Iraqis and in a part of his article has pointed to the presence of terrorist MKO in Iraq. He notes that this group was previously supported by Saddam and is now under the umbrella of Americans. He wrote: “We want Iraqi national guard and police to be aware of their responsibilities. Their duty is nothing but to protect Iraqi people. We, people of Iraq, must gather together in a unit front. We are the people who pay high prices everyday. Iraqi people should also be aware of what is happening in their country.” He addresses the United States: “Where are those fair and soft slogans? Where is that government to defend the rights of Iraqis? Why have you stopped watching paramilitary forces? Armed terrorist Mojahedin-e khalq, once supported by Saddam Hussein, is now under the protection of the US. You, those who introduce yourself as “the Iraqi government”; you’ll lose the people with these acts and will become weak and vile.

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