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The important point is the relationship between Al-Dari's group and Rajavi's gang in Iraq. These two groups try to boost pro-Saddam Baathists against the government of Iraq. Wide range of relationships between these two groups, which have been directed from Camp Ashraf, have created sectarian clashes and the government has not been able to clam the region.
Iraqi government issued arrest warrant for Harith Al-Dari, head of Iraq's Association of Muslim Scholars. This association was formed immediately after the fall of Saddam Hussein, aiming at opposition to the presence of Shiites in Iraq's political scene and at the continuation of Saddam's policies. Al-Dari had repeatedly attacked the government of Iraq, inviting the Sunnis to resist the government. The major policy of this association was to stoke the fire of sectarian war and weakening the government. He's now outside Iraq but the Association's spokesperson, "Bashar Al-Faizi', using an unacceptable languages, said that releasing the warrant indicated that the government had lost balance and that it should resign! The important point is the relationship between Al-Dari's group and Rajavi's gang in Iraq. These two groups try to boost pro-Saddam Baathists against the government of Iraq. Wide range of relationships between these two groups, which have been directed from Camp Ashraf, have created sectarian clashes and the government has not been able to clam the region. On the other hand, the MKO has used this association to interfere in Iraq's internal affairs and to start sectarian war in Iraq. Iraqi Government

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