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Early after the revolution of 1979 in Iran, Mojahedin shouted the slogan of formation of “anti-imperialist unified front”, brought unrest to the society and followed the models of South Yemen, Nicaragua and Libya as the revolutionary models. Now, it’s again bringing unrest under the cover of the slogan of “anti-fundamentalism unified front” and “following the model of United Nations, Paris Treaty and Human Rights.”
After months of explicit interference in the internal affairs of Iraq and cooperating with pro-saddam elements against Shiites to influence the formation of an Iraqi government, Remnants of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq in Camp Ashraf now stand desperately against the new Iraqi government to create unrest in Iraq (like what it did after the revolution of 1979 in Iran) in order to take advantage of the situation. On Thursday, May 6, 2005, 100 Iraqis in Baghdad expressed their support for Mojahedin-e Khalq and started threatening the government of Mr. Ibrahim Al-Jafari under the pretext of request for not expelling this terrorist group. According to the reports of Mojahedin from this gathering, the role of this group as a balancing weight in the strategic formulations in Iraq was underlined and the necessity of uniting with Mojahedin against fundamentalism was stressed. Participants showed the real nature of such gatherings- which is to oppose the formation of Iraqi government and violating the public order- when, in an irrelevant position taking, asked the government to “base the permanent Iraqi constitution on the universal declaration of Human Rights, United Nations treaty, Vienna Treaties, and Paris Treaties, which were the countries that had experimental struggles in getting to democracy.” They said: “practical guarantee for establishing democracy and preventing the violation of human rights and providing political and social rights of Iraqi people is the formation of an anti-fundamentalist democratic front from all democratic and national forces of Iraq and separation of church from the state.” They asked: “regarding to the laws and treaties and international conventions about the rights of refugees, Iraqi government and ruling body should consider the rights of Mojahedin-e Khalq.” MKO’s stand against the formation of Iraqi constitution based on the culture and religion of people is derived from its opposition to Iraqi Muslims, especially the Shiites. This opposition is along the anti-Islamic policies of Israeli government in the region and is certainly supported by hidden hands of Israel in Iraq. Early after the revolution of 1979 in Iran, Mojahedin shouted the slogan of formation of “anti-imperialist unified front”, brought unrest to the society and followed the models of South Yemen, Nicaragua and Libya as the revolutionary models. Now, it’s again bringing unrest under the cover of the slogan of “anti-fundamentalism unified front” and “following the model of United Nations, Paris Treaty and Human Rights.” The main concern of MKO is its expulsion by the Iraqi government. It has now understood that the MKO can’t stop the Iraqi government from banning and expelling them, so it’s trying to create violence and unrest in order to take advantage of the situation.

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