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This is, of course, MKO's known method. They take such a position toward Iraqis, call the Iranians "the mercenaries of the regime", accuse French officials of receiving money from Iran, say that Human Rights Watch is tied to Iranian regime and claim that the UK and the EU are tails of the Islamic republic…!
Iraqi people's opposition to the presence of terrorist MKO in Iraqi soil is increasing in different forms. This shows the will of all Iraqis who want the expulsion of this terrorist group (which suppressed Iraqis alongside Iraqi forces) from their country. Also, Iraqi officials (apart from their religious or ethnic roots) consider this terrorist group as an obstacle in the way of more friendship with Iran and naturally express their dissatisfaction over the presence of this group. The press, as informing means (absent at the time of Saddam or very restricted due to dictatorship), now reflect the views of Iraqis in a wide scale. Al-Menar Al-yaum newspaper says that the lack of freedom was the reason why Iraqi papers were silent when Baath party was in power. Increasing opposition of Iraqis to the presence of Saddam-bound terrorists of MKO comes at a time when the MKO, in a hurried forged moved, claimed that it enjoys the support of more than 2 million Iraqis. During last 2 years, they tried to buy a number of columns in Iraqi newspapers to soften the condition for their presence in Iraq. It's notable that during recent weeks, the position of Iraq elites, journalists and people has become an important crisis for this group so that they have tried to accused Iraqi press of receiving money from Iran! This is, of course, MKO's known method. They take such a position toward Iraqis, call the Iranians "the mercenaries of the regime", accuse French officials of receiving money from Iran, say that Human Rights Watch is tied to Iranian regime and claim that the UK and the EU are tails of the Islamic republic…! There's no doubt that this stance of the MKO against Iraqi people will have negative outcome for them since the Iraqis never forget the role of Mojahedin in suppressing Shiites and Kurds and still see the MKO's hands stained to the blood of innocent Iraqis. It won't take a long time that Iraqi officials will understand (due to the conspiracies of remnants of Rajavi's band) that Mojahedin are too stupid to thank Iraqis and that they will act against the interest of Iraq and Iraqis while they're on that country's soil.

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