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When a military force- with all that equipments and technology- reaches in its analysis to a point where it can’t ignore even grannies of Rajavi’s cult, and when its intelligence system needs to use the exposed members of Saddam’s private army (in order to gather intelligence through telephone calls) and when this force is entangled in a serious deadlock that it has to wear Saddam’s old dirty boots and defend what he used to take advantage of, what can be said? Does it come from its power or its tactical-strategic failure and confusion?
In recent days, more and more has been published about the efforts of Rajavi and his criminal gang to find a new master. In and interview with Massoud Khodabandeh, BBC Radio reported of the presence of Rajavi’s terrorist intelligence unit in Europe and America and revealed the plans of Rajavi’s cult (apparently on terror list, beside Osama Bin Laden and Taliban) to hunt down critics in European and Canadian cities. BBC also referred to the complaining letter of more than 80 critics (and former members) in Western democratic countries and asked if their governments (in the U.S., Canada and European countries) had done anything in this regard. http://www.irandidban.com/master-e.asp?ID=09516 In an interview with VOA, Iranian prominent journalist Mr. Safa Haeri disclosed that some parts in the US government- which have faced strategic deadlocks and want to use the remnants of Saddam’s toppled regime- are feeding the cult of Rajavi with intelligence. http://www.irane-ayandeh.com/soti/files/Shahid10Oct05.ram (interview in Farsi) Mrs. Singleton, in interview with BBC Radio Four, asked for more sensitivity by European countries’ authorities and said that there should be no double standards in treating this group. http://www.irandidban.com/master-e.asp?ID=09636 (interview transcript) Quoting an American official, German weekly “Focus” stressed that former mercenaries of Saddam Hussein are being used again in Iran-Iraq borders. http://www.irandidban.com/master-e.asp?ID=09634 Habilian website, which reflects news reports on MKO defectors who return to Iran, confirmed the above report by interviewing an informed source in the Iranian military. The amazing point is that it seems that Iranian military sources’ information on the cult and its use is more credible than that of intelligence sources of US security services. http://www.irandidban.com/master-e.asp?ID=09647 Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) published the same report as a proof for agreement between the Pentagon and its new mercenaries. IRNA said the items of this agreement are as follows: Identifying military targets for bombing Disrupting industries’ process, especially the industries related to Iranian nuclear program Sabotage Using Farsi language for gathering intelligence through phone calls, translation and … This was also reflected in Irandidban website. http://www.irandidban.com/master.asp?ID=09628 When a military force- with all that equipments and technology- reaches in its analysis to a point where it can’t ignore even grannies of Rajavi’s cult, and when its intelligence system needs to use the exposed members of Saddam’s private army (in order to gather intelligence through telephone calls) and when this force is entangled in a serious deadlock that it has to wear Saddam’s old dirty boots and defend what he used to take advantage of, what can be said? Does it come from its power or its tactical-strategic failure and confusion? If it’s the power of the US (not its failure and confusion) that has forced it to use remnants of Saddam terrorists in Iraq for its intelligence systems, what has really forced it to do so, considering all claims and fanfares? Regarding social, historical and political record of Iran, Iraq and the region, what should we expect? Should Iran be afraid of intelligence agents wearing dirty boots of Saddam Hussein or should it become clearer that these forces are empty-handed?

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