MKO’s spokesman Ali Safavi, sending a letter to Washington Times, has asked the US to use Mojahedin-e khalq
- Mojahedin are trying to suggest that the US is determined to use them, yet they have failed to win the agreement of the US (to take advantage from them).
But Mojahedin ask this repeatedly and helplessly so that they may find an opening for the future and survive the situation.
In this regard, Ali Safavi- spokesman of Mojahedin who has been used by warmongers’ media- has sent a letter to Washington times (this letter has been published in the “letters to the editor” column). He has asked the US to use Mojahedin. “ The United States shot itself in the foot in 1997 by blacklisting Iran's main opposition, the People's Mujahideen, in a doomed effort to reach out to now-lame-duck President Mohammed Khatami.
Having now acknowledged that no member of this anti-fundamentalist group was a terrorist, the administration should remove that unwarranted designation to show to the Iranian people that it is on their side and to give itself effective leverage in dealing with Tehran,” he wrote!!
It’s notable that MKO’s propagandistic machine is trying to say that this letter was an “article published in Washington Times”!
- Mojahedin, along with Baathists, tried to hinder the process of Iraqi elections, but they have failed yet and they wonder what will happen to them after a new government takes control. Since, they know that Iraqis don’t want them in Iraq. In this regard, Alireza Madanchi, MKO’s political analyst, who has lost his control over the Iraq events, takes a abusive tone towards Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani and says: “these days, we hear in Iraq television that taking part in elections is essential (by religion)! What does it mean? Where in the world do they say it for elections? Why do they speak with this tone in Iraq!”
It seems that they have failed to link Iraqi Shiites to Iran and act against elections, and that’s why they have targeted Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani.
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