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Detained leader of terrorist MKO is behind this plot; two decades ago, he issued the death sentence for large masses of people who supported regime with this pretext that "popular forces guarantee the survival of regime". In this regard, he ordered his terror teams to kill men, women and children … Recently, a list of 16000 victims of such assassinations, along with documents, has been released.
As the remnants of bankrupt Rajavi try to impose the group on Western countries by resorting to deception and introducing a masked face of terrorist MKO- hidden under the so-called democratic slogans, the ugly criminal face of the group is showing itself. In a vicious act, the alliance of Baathists-Mojahedin is eradicating the security and armed forces of Iraqi government, instigating the US against them. Baathist-MKO mobs have concluded that they can't receive any advantages from Iraqi government until popular Shiite forces are supporting the process of stability in Iraq. Detained leader of terrorist MKO is behind this plot; two decades ago, he issued the death sentence for large masses of people who supported regime with this pretext that "popular forces guarantee the survival of regime". In this regard, he ordered his terror teams to kill men, women and children … Recently, a list of 16000 victims of such assassinations, along with documents, has been released. If we look at that tragedy and consider the fact that MKO is practicing "opposing the government" again in Iraq, we can say that Mojahedin-e Khalq has resorted to killing Shittes supporting the elected government after failure of dirty anarchical and psychological methods. Several documents show that Mojahedin agents follow security and military elements of Iraqi government, identify them and try to eradicate them in order to weaken the government (the assassination of a member of SCIRI in Baqubah was conducted by the order of Mojahedin). There's no doubt that these terrorist activities are only aimed at taking Iraq to a civil war.

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