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It’s notable that Mojahedin thought they have appointed a key for themselves in the US when Americans used Jafarzadeh. But they were deceived. Their inherent opportunism led them to the trap planted by warmongers for them.
After the fall of Saddam and shutting down the offices of this group in Washington, Remnants of terrorist MKO have spread across the world (according to an instinctive response) to advance MKO’s line (resorting to which is as cooperating with a terrorist and criminal group). One of persons who was ordered by Rajavi to introduce himself as the members of Consulting Institution in the US and work for the Zionist network of Fox News was Alireza Jafarzadeh. In the anarchy of post-Iraq war, Jafarzadeh tried to provide the US government with information which confirmed the line of invading Iran. Zionist lobby, in response to this officiousness, tried to distance him from Mojahedin and introduce him as an expert. It went to the point that some media brought his name with titles like “Iranian dissident, member of research institution and …” Now, remnants of Rajavi’s band, are desperately trying to stop Jafarzadeh from spending MKO’s forged news for his own name and act as a single individual, and at the same time preserve his position. It’s notable that Mojahedin thought they have appointed a key for themselves in the US when Americans used Jafarzadeh. But they were deceived. Their inherent opportunism led them to the trap planted by warmongers for them. Details of US plan for the future of this group, some parts of which have yet been told, will soon be published for you.

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