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What’s more important is that the voice heard at that time from Iraqis is different from that of Iranians at the current situation.Iraqis were tired of fascist dictatorial rule of Saddam and this paved the way for military invasion by the US and its allies, although Saddam’s opposition groups resorted to lies at that time. Therefore, this lesson prevents the West from repeating the same mistake with liar opposition groups.
The following events threw the MKO, which was hopeful abut the IAEA’s upcoming meeting, to the corner of the ring and caused the propaganda system of this organization to come to the scene with the assistance of big weapon sellers and try to save itself by spreading rumors on Iranian nuclear program: 1. ElBaradei’s report on Iranian nuclear activities and the Iranians’ positive reaction to that, despite MKO’s efforts to show that the reports contain negative points. 2. Statement of US administration and indicating that it’s not going to confront Iran in the upcoming IAEA session. MKO only reflected the negative aspects of the statement. 3. Opposition of some countries, such as China, Russia, South Africa and Non-Aligned Nations, to referring Iran’s case to UN Security council. The MKO tries to show this ineffective and unimportant. 4. EU-Trio’s agreement on diplomatic solution for Iran’s nuclear case and consensus on the fact that the case should be followed in the IAEA and that this agency is the only suitable institution for pursuing the case. Alireza Jafarzadeh, MKO spokesman in the US, announced yesterday: “In September we said that Iranian regime’s focus on building tunnels is in Parchin. But now our information shows that secret construction of missiles extends well beyond Parchin, a military zone 30km southeast of the Iranian capital. Iran has expanded the tunnels it uses to hide a major part of its nuclear weapons programme to a network covering a large area of southeastern Teheran. Ghazal Park, Parchin Highway, Tochal village, and Khak Sefid are in this area.” To confirm the lies of MKO’s Jafarzadeh, one should root all eastern and southeastern parts of Tehran. What’s interesting is that these claims of the MKO come a few days after IAEA’s report that rejected all claims on Parchin. What makes them lie with such indecency is their stupidly following the example of Saddam opposition groups, when the US was planning to attack Iraq. Later, despite the fact that information turned out to be wholly false, the US attacked Iraq. What the remnants of MKO can’t understand is that the West, particularly those who sold weapons to Saddam, were aware of the intentions of MKO’s Master (Saddam) and attacked him because they wanted to prevent his crazy reactions. What’s more important is that the voice heard at that time from Iraqis is different from that of Iranians at the current situation. Iraqis were tired of fascist dictatorial rule of Saddam and this paved the way for military invasion by the US and its allies, although Saddam’s opposition groups resorted to lies at that time. Therefore, this lesson prevents the West from repeating the same mistake with liar opposition groups. However, the Iranian people insist on their rights. This is a reality understood by Western governments and monkey-like jiggling by traitors, whose betrayal record in the war has not been ignored, has no influence in this understanding. Rajavi’s betrayal gang should think about its lost face instead of trying to influence global issues. They will never succeed unless they clean themselves of all Rajavi’s signs.

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