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During past 3 years, Camp Ashraf officials have taken advantage of Iraq's developments to keep their members in Ashraf. Once, MKO members were promised that the MKO won't allow the establishment of a pro-Iran Shiite government in Iraq and later they were said that the US had guaranteed the prevention of formation of such a government! (these are similar to their promises they made about overthrowing the regime 25 years ago)
The process of the establishment of Iraqi government, despite all threats by some foreign countries and the problems made by non-Muslim terrorists, passed its course and has apparently overcome the challenges. It seems that the process ahs reached an acceptable stability start efforts in order to solve the problems of Iraq. There's no doubt that the vigilance, strategies and patience of Shiite politicians, who were under pressure and threat from everywhere, played an important role in foiling the plots of enemies. The formation of the current government, which represents all political groups and national ethnicities, is the result of the sovereignty of Iraqis' vote to United Iraqi Alliance, which indicates the high position of religion and religious authority in Iraq. The will of Iraqi people and politicians to have friendly relations with Iran is based on Iraqis' cultural, religious, humanitarian requests and … that were suppressed by Saddam. Mercenaries of foreign powers, Al-Qaeda, Baathists and remnants of Saddam tried to use different kinds of psychological warfare methods in order to preserve Saddam's warmongering ambitions against Iran but the vigilance of the Shiites and known figures' support for these righteous requests foiled the plots of the enemies of two countries. Disbanded groups like the terrorist MKO, using all propagandistic and software capabilities of occupiers, focused their efforts on relating Iran to the terrorist operations inside Iraq and published different kinds of scenarios against Iran in order to prevent the formation of Iraqi government. But it was clear that the terrorist operations were being performed by the enemies of Shiites, particularly the enemies of Iran. The more these enemies emphasized on their fictitious scenario, the more reality came up. The fact is that despite claims, Iran's regional power and its spiritual influence in the region and Iraq have important in decreasing the ambitions of foreigners. More importantly, it's now more than 3 years that Ashraf's Gestapo is holding detainees in its camps by hollow promises and their right to think freely has been refrained. During past 3 years, Camp Ashraf officials have taken advantage of Iraq's developments to keep their members in Ashraf. Once, MKO members were promised that the MKO won't allow the establishment of a pro-Iran Shiite government in Iraq and later they were said that the US had guaranteed the prevention of formation of such a government! On one hand, they introduced the protests of failed groups in the elections as the main reason for internal struggles, and on the other introduced it as the failure of the groups who had been chosen by the votes of people (these are similar to their promises they made about overthrowing the regime 25 years ago) The establishment of Iraqi government and its stability provides the opportunity for all those who for the past 3 years wanted to leave the MKO (and were prevented from doing so) to save themselves from the quagmire the MKO is going to take all its members to.

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