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Britain- strong ally of the US and supporter of its policies in the Middle East- kept the MKO on the list, sending this warning message to Rajavi that “he should not count on the US and Europe since they are well aware that an organization which doesn’t feel pity for its own compatriots can’t be trusted and may betray them too
British government declined on Tuesday to remove MKO from its list of terrorist organizations. Foreign Office Minister Kim Howells also dismissed a call from two MPs, supporting NCRI, for backing the MKO and said that the group will remain on terror list. During recent years, Mojahedin-e khalq has focused its efforts to get its name off the lists but it got no reward for flattering the governments of the US and Israel. Iranians and democratic opposition groups have always condemned MKO for years of cooperation with Saddam, extreme terrorism and violation of human rights in internal affairs. In addition, western governments know well that the MKO has no popular base inside Iran and therefore, they never invest on this burnt worthless card. Despite fawning on American and western statesmen and holding tens of protests as well as spending large amounts of money to have its name lifted from terror lists, the MKO has failed in winning the support of Westerners. Britain- strong ally of the US and supporter of its policies in the Middle East- kept the MKO on the list, sending this warning message to Rajavi that “he should not count on the US and Europe since they are well aware that an organization which doesn’t feel pity for its own compatriots can’t be trusted and may betray them too.” Western governments are not influenced by MKO’s chantage and blackmail, and they will not even use this organization in their confrontation with Islamic regime of Iran. So, I suggest Rajavi to quit the ambition of getting to power, to quit terrorism by writing a brief letter and to leave alone the captives of Camp Ashraf. He should allow them to choose the way of their lives and political activities. He should also express regret and shame so that Iranians may excuse him.

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