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I can remember well that the cult confiscated hundreds of food, drug and medicine trucks and then sold them with high prices in Iraqi markets.
After suppressing Iraqi Kurds during the first US invasion to Iraq, when Shiites and Kurds had moved to overthrow Saddam’s regime, Rajavi’s sect drew a plan called “Boycotting and Sanctioning Kurds”. The MKO’s general headquarters had approved this plan in March 1992, and then it became part of MKO’s military agenda. In this plan, the borderlines of Kurdish areas had been drawn as follows: The line stretched from the south of Khaniqin (north of Jelula) to south of Kefri and Tuz Khormatu, and then to the crossroad of Kirkuk and to the Syrian border. In addition, MKO military officials launched 100 car patrols for detours. They justified their purposes as follows: 1. Preventing people with Kurdish language or clothes from going towards the center of Iraq 2. Preventing the entrance of food loads into the Kurdish areas 3. Preventing the entrance of drug and medicine loads into Kurdish areas In this regard, the cult established checkpoints and confiscated the properties of innocent Kurds. I can remember well that the cult confiscated hundreds of food, drug and medicine trucks and then sold them with high prices in Iraqi markets. This criminal cult is the one that claims of defending Iraqis and publishes petitions with thousands of signatures.

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