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According to the correspondent of Mehr News in Mashhad, this former member, speaking at a meeting of Iraqi lawyers and tribes leaders, added: "After the fall of Saddam Hussein, the MKO started to organized members of Baath party under the name of Iraqi tribesmen and parties".
A former member of the MKO revealed the "terrorist organization of Mojahedin-e khalq organizes Baathists and agents of former Estekhbarat to conduct terrorist operations against new Iraqi government" This former member of the MKO disclosed that no other group is this much interfering in the internal affairs of the new government in Iraq. According to the correspondent of Mehr News in Mashhad, this former member, speaking at a meeting of Iraqi lawyers and tribes leaders, added: "After the fall of Saddam Hussein, the MKO started to organized members of Baath party under the name of Iraqi tribesmen and parties". Referring to Mojahedin's main purpose (namely, creating divisions among people), he said: "This organization has already established more than 20 parties and groups inside Iraq, with the purpose of organizing the members of former Estekhbarat and Baath party in order to conduct terrorist operations." "Regarding the establishment of an Iraqi government that has good relations with Iran, the continuation of activities of this group in Iraq seems unnecessary because a democracy-seeking country needs not the presence of groups that resort to armed struggle." He concluded: "MKO achieved all its terrorist goals by the aid of Saddam Hussein and former Iraqi intelligence system; for the time being, MKO's presence in Camp Ashraf is a major factor behind chaos in Iraq.

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