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Will Mojahedin be benefited if it’s proved that Red Cross didn’t have a role? Why Mojahedin are trying to deny any relationship between Red Cross, Iraqi government, US forces and Iran? Why do they want to hide this fact that MKO’s current status is on the desk of Red Cross? The thing they’re really afraid of is that members inside camp Ashraf may be interviewed individually!
Up to this time, Mojahedin terrorist organization has issued more than 3 announcements and 50 news pieces (in response to the retuning of 100 former members of that organization to Iran) in order to make deviation in the public opinion. Stupid propaganda system of Mojahedin, in the first reaction to the returning of these members, tries to introduce them as American spies to make security vigilance about them and then take advantage of it. Mojahedin, by propagandistic war about the returning members to Iran pursues two goals: 1. They try to pretend that this issue belongs to two years ago and is so of no importance; and also by saying that these returning members were minor members it wants to show it as an unimportant matter. There’s no surprise; Mojahedin have always issued such claims and they will do it in the future. 2. More importantly, Mojahedin want to fade the role of Red Cross so that not to let them go inside Camp Ashraf and interview members individually. Immediately after it was announced by Iran Interlink website that Red Cross officials are negotiating with US authorities to have direct and unlimited access to the detainees of Camp Ashraf, Mojahedin started denying the issue and even called the reports about returning of 100 former members to Iran as “baseless”. But, why do they insist that the Red Cross didn’t have a role in transferring these people to Iran? Will Mojahedin be benefited if it’s proved that Red Cross didn’t have a role? Why Mojahedin are trying to deny any relationship between Red Cross, Iraqi government, US forces and Iran? Why do they want to hide this fact that MKO’s current status is on the desk of Red Cross? The thing they’re really afraid of is that members inside camp Ashraf may be interviewed individually! Mojahedin are well aware that if their continuous systematic organizational suppression on members is stopped, the cult will lose more than 60 percent of its forces and this is even more expensive for them than being bombed by the US. So, they strategically try to ban Red Cross from having direct access to forces. They have already written scenarios for the situation of when they will perhaps be forced to accept Red Cross’s requests, to prepare their forces psychologically (to act violently or boycott the interviews completely). Anyway, if Mojahedin want to be granted citizenship- as safe citizens- they have no way other than accepting the supervision of Red Cross and prove that MKO members have stayed in Iraq by their will.

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