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MKO knows well that it can stay in Iraq only if the Shiites are destroyed, otherwise their illegal presence in Iraq will be finished; therefore, they act on behalf of failed Baathists to obstruct the progress of the government.
When the fascist regime of Saddam Hussein was in power no one was making trouble for the MKO group because Saddam buried them all in mass graves to comfort these terrorists. New troublemakers though are more than 65 percent of Iraqis, including those who were in exile and those who were too suppressed to be able to express their feelings. However, following the fall of Saddam, troublemakers appeared. If they were supposed to do the least of what Saddam did, not a single pro-Saddam group had existed in Iraq, let alone the idea of such groups having representatives in the Parliament or the Government! Now Baathists and their allies call these troublemakers (their opponents) "paramilitary groups" in order to pursue the policy of eliminating them (the policy of Saddam Hussein); and due to the sensitivity of Americans in Iraq, they prefer to attribute these groups to Iran in order to pave they way for suppression. MKO's propagandistic machine, trying to draw a blank on the crimes and aggressions of occupiers in Iraq, has taken an active role in this issue. MKO knows well that it can stay in Iraq only if the Shiites are destroyed, otherwise their illegal presence in Iraq will be finished; therefore, they act on behalf of failed Baathists to obstruct the progress of the government. By mobilizing a number of French individuals and two Iraqis, MKO remnants have resorted to the international community to put pressure on the Iraqi government! In MKO's meeting, an Iraqi called "Mohammed Hussein Awaz" has suggested that the only way is to force the international community put pressure on Iraqi government; MKO supporter "Edith Cresson" has also called the international community to support the MKO! It's amazing that the MKO has even claimed (through its Iraqi supporter) that "Iran has turned Iraq into a protective trench for itself"! In the meeting, MKO's Iraqi supporter tried to justify group's desperation for staying in Iraq; therefore he started to explain MKO's distribution to the establishment of democracy in Iraq! Also, a French man claimed that lifting MKO's name off the list of terror groups will be a great help to the process of democracy in Iraq. In the end, Mehdi Abrishmachi moved to prove he's not an Iranian and that MKO has been created by Saddam in Iraq and will be dismantled there: "MKO's presence in Camp Ashraf has a strategic meaning, because it prevents Iraq from being eaten by Iran"! Holding such meetings show that MKO efforts in Iraq have come to a deadlock; they also confirm the comments of Iraqi PM who had said that, according to the reports of security services of Iraq, MKO is interfering in Iraqi affairs as if it's an Iraqi group.

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