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It was predictable that new grouping in the region will be created, on one side of which would be Israel and the US and the enemies of the people of the region and on the other side would be people and their independence-seeking feelings. Israel is the axis of this grouping which seeks struggling with Iran, disarming Hizballah and the creation of unrest in Iraq. These are also the things that would guarantee the survival of Mojahedin, and that is why they have put their group in the line of the recent Israeli project
Israeli espionage service is following, through its lobby in European countries, the line of suppressing Mojahedin-e Khalq in exchange for stopping support for Hizballah by Iran. Following Zionists failure to calm down Lebanon and the power maneuver by Hizballah against the US and Israel, Israeli intelligence service wants to use the possibility of dealing on MKO. Earlier, the US had offered the exchange of MKO members with Al-Qaeda detainees in Iran. Also, last year, European countries posed MKO issue as an advantage for stopping uranium enrichment. In response to such stances, Mojahedin made so much noise and accused European countries of dealing with Iran since it knew that both offers would lead to the full destruction of this group in Iraq and France. It was predictable that new grouping in the region will be created, on one side of which would be Israel and the US and the enemies of the people of the region and on the other side would be people and their independence-seeking feelings. Israel is the axis of this grouping which seeks struggling with Iran, disarming Hizballah and the creation of unrest in Iraq. These are also the things that would guarantee the survival of Mojahedin, and that is why they have put their group in the line of the recent Israeli project (the evidences of which would be soon revealed). But Zionist regime that is trying to take advantage of Mojahedin (after Saddam) has this illusion that Mojahedin is so important that can be put against the movements of the region’s people. Israel, and anyone else who’s thinking about taking advantage of this group, should be told that if Mojahedin were able to do something, they would have did it for Saddam who helped them for more than two decades. In addition, if it was important for Iran, it would have been dealt on last year in negotiations with three European countries.

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