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Having international support also is a legend for this group. Basically, the MKO wouldn't be this much desperate if it had the international support as it claims. The support of a number of old Lords is called "international support" by the MKO, as it calls "broad resistance" the 3000 detained members in Iraq.
In pursuit of efforts for getting out of terrorist lists in order to guarantee its survival, the terrorist group of the Mojahedin-e Khalq has employed a number of lawyers to take its claims to the Court of European Communities in Luxemburg. Mojahedin has a long record of appealing to different courts, but the answer has always been the same: no way out; MKO's always terrorist. What has been presented to the court by the MKO (apart from covert items, including possible items on rejecting armed struggle that may be given by lawyers) is a repetition of the past claims; notorious terrorist MKO claims: • To be the only resistant movement inside Iran, • To be the only opposition group supported by the international community, • Respects Human Rights, • Follows democracy principles, • It has never targeted civilians. Apart from the biggest lie by remnants of Rajavi who claim to be Iranian people's legitimate resistance, it should be said that even domestic resistance is not authorized to use terror and generally this has nothing to do with this case since it's political issue. Having international support also is a legend for this group. Basically, the MKO wouldn't be this much desperate if it had the international support as it claims. The support of a number of old Lords is called "international support" by the MKO, as it calls "broad resistance" the 3000 detained members in Iraq. Respecting the human rights and boasting on this, particularly after the release of "No Exit" by Human Rights Watch (on human rights abuses in MKO's camps), is also a funny and futile claim. The terrorist MKO has never presented a clear picture of what it calls "democracy". For instance, regarding the MKO's ideology, one should ask the MKO about the type of the governing system it's going to take and about the relation of democracy with ambiguities surrounding this group's stances on regional and global issues. What would be its stance on the occupation of Iraq or the crimes of Israel? MKO claims that it has never targeted civilians; this claim should be refereed by judge according to the facts and realities and in this regard, reviewing the cases of terror teams' crimes in Iran is necessary. Moreover, terrorism means killing the people without trial, with terrorizing the society; and this is exactly what the MKO has done for so many years. What can be said with a look at this case is that repeating baseless claims, which have repeatedly proved for Americans and Europeans to be void, can't help this terrorist group get out of list by desperate efforts.

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