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After Mehdi Abrishamchi came to the scene, following the comments of Iraqi Prime Minister, to threaten the Iraqi government (that it will face reaction from Americans in the case of cracking down on the MKO) and to remind that Paul Bremer had prevented MKO's expulsion from Iraq, Jaberzadeh insolently went further to point to Bremer's pposition to the will of Iraqis, claiming that the letters by some UK MPs justifies their illegal presence in Iraq!
Recent comments of Seyed Abdulaziz Hakim in an interview with Kuwait News Agency underscore the illegal presence of terrorist MKO in Iraq. This has strongly shaken the gang of Rajavi so that Mohammed Ali Jaberzadeh- in charge of MKO's political falsifying unit- came to the scene very hurriedly and said that it was an interview with Mehr News agency! After Mehdi Abrishamchi came to the scene, following the comments of Iraqi Prime Minister, to threaten the Iraqi government (that it will face reaction from Americans in the case of cracking down on the MKO) and to remind that Paul Bremer had prevented MKO's expulsion from Iraq, Jaberzadeh insolently went further to point to Bremer's pposition to the will of Iraqis, claiming that the letters by some UK MPs justifies their illegal presence in Iraq! Remnants of Rajavi, who got nothing from putting Americans and Iraqi government face to face, used Jaberzadeh to insult the Iraqi government's decision to expel MKO. Of course, they had no option except to submit to this decision: "MKO's presence in Iraq has nothing to do with mullahs and the bands that came from Iran; it rather follows the international laws, particularly the 4th Geneva Convention and UN's 1967 refugee regulations. Now, if mullahs and their mercenaries don't respect international laws and want to rule Iraq according to "jungle laws", it's another story." What's important is that despite demagogy and claims of having a large support of Iraqis, MKO resorts to Paul Bremer and UK MPs to justify its illegal presence in Iraq; by this, they hope they'll be able to survive in Iraq.

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