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Protecting Rajavi's gang in Iraq also should be considered another crime by occupiers, just like raping little girls, killing families, organized torture and… by US soldiers. This kind of behavior clearly shows that aggressive ugly nature of the US and its purposes for occupying Iraq.
Yesterday's comments of Mr. Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, the head of Iraqi parliament, referred to the decision of Iraqi government to expel the terrorists of Mojahedin-e khalq from that country and said why the group was still present in there. As US forces' crimes in Iraq are more revealed, Iraqi officials speak of the necessity of foreign forces' withdrawal from this country. Recent developments indicate that Iraqi people and authorities have found the major element behind the instability of their country. The difference between the motives of Iraqi opposition groups and the US to fight Saddam was clear. The US had come to topple Saddam under the name of "expanding democracy" in order to get the control of Iraqi oil wells and, more importantly, to turn Iraq to a base for interfering in neighboring countries' affairs. Americans soon found that Iraqis hate them and that "democracy" itself would be the major obstacle to their ambitions; therefore, they started interrupting the process of the establishment of government and limited Iraqi authorities. Since the Iraqi government was very young, Americans resorted to instability in Iraq to justify their continued presence; using this as pretext as a tool for staying in Iraq, Americans conduct inhuman crimes against Iraqi men, women and children. Protecting Rajavi's gang in Iraq also should be considered another crime by occupiers, just like raping little girls, killing families, organized torture and… by US soldiers. This kind of behavior clearly shows that aggressive ugly nature of the US and its purposes for occupying Iraq. Everyone now knows that if occupiers abandon support for the gang of Rajavi, Iraqis and even government won't stand these pro-Saddam terrorist in their country. So, Mr. Mashhadani's view (that withdrawal of occupiers as the main supporters of MKO will be the beginning for expulsion of this terrorist group from Iraq) is the most logical way to resolve the issue of the presence of Rajavi's gang in Iraq.

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