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There’s no doubt that, as Prime Minister and the President said, those who committed crimes must be punished. However, it’s astonishing that those behind the Abu Ghraib scandal, those who stayed silence despite seeing the crimes against Iraqis, those who have imprisoned and tortured tens of their own dissidents now make noise about the detention of 70 people and try to take advantage of this case for getting to their own goals
In an analysis on the focus of pro-anarchy terrorist groups in Iraq (including the terrorist MKO) on a detention center allegedly run by Iraqi interior ministry, an expert of Iraq said, “This plot was planned to weaken the Iraqi coalition list and Iraq’s enemies try to demonize Shiites and weaken their position, by attributing these illegal affairs to them. Speaking on the condition of anonymity due to terrorist threats, this expert stressed: “Iraqi people know well that the illegal acts have nothing to do with Shiites and Iraqi officials. The Iraqi coalition list will win the majority votes and with its victory, the Iraqi people, who have been under torture and pressure of Saddam for years, would be able to get to their rights. Also, Iraqi people will take part in all social-political affairs of their country.” “There’s no doubt that, as Prime Minister and the President said, those who committed crimes must be punished. However, it’s astonishing that those behind the Abu Ghraib scandal, those who stayed silence despite seeing the crimes against Iraqis, those who have imprisoned and tortured tens of their own dissidents now make noise about the detention of 70 people and try to take advantage of this case for getting to their own goals,” he said. It should be noted that MKO TV channel, allocating 70 percent of its programs to the internal issues of Iraq, interferes in Iraq affairs and still insists that it has not been interfering in Iraqi affairs when Saddam was in power.

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