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MKO's involvement in suppressing Iraqis widened divisions among Arabs…
Faez Ebrahim, in his article "Efforts to realize hostile stances of Arabs towards Iraqis", has tried to find out the reasons of differences between Arabs and Iraqis. In a part of the article, author points to the uprising of Iraqi people and writes: "As everyone knows, Saddam's regime attacked Kuwait and attached it to Iraq. Some Palestinian groups, including PLO and some others in Jordan, and other Arab countries supported Iraqi regime. Their support caused 200000 Palestinians in Kuwait (who helped their own land before Iraqi invasion) to cut their supports. Thus, Palestinians lost lots of aids. On the other hand, Saddam's regime called its invasion a "ring of historical process of Arabs union. One of the factors which intensified these differences was the involvement of some Palestinian groups and Mojahedin-e Khalq organization in military operation against the people of Iraq. Saddam's regime considered this uprising as "a Shiite-Iranian movement to widen Islamic state in Iraq" but in fact the purpose of this uprising was freedom from pressure, terrorism, discrimination and protest to warmongering strategy or Iraqi government."

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