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Experience has proved that US's adventurism in the region, specially after Israel was defeated by Lebanon's Hizballah, won't help the US. However, US policies prove that terrorist groups, such as the MKO, are only tools of Israel and the US in the region; the US is well aware that such groups have no influence on the political scenes of the countries, therefore it uses these group only as weapons in the war.
The travel of Condoleezza Rice to the region and her unplanned visit to Iraq, the position of the US on Lebanon and the hostility of this country towards Iran, indicate that the US leaders are pursuing their plans in the Middle East (despite the failures) and that they are still going on with the strategy of changing the Middle East. The failure of Neocons' plans in Afghanistan and Iraq have not made the White House to take lessons and change its strategies. The White House is till pursuing aggressive policies and prefers to guarantee the security of Israel. Warmongers are still heavily pressing the Palestinian government while interfering in the internal affairs of Lebanon and showing hostility toward Syria. Furthermore, the US takes advantage of the issues like stability and peace in Iraq, Iran's nuclear program and fighting terrorism in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan … in order to advance its goals. It hoes these issues will help it achieve what it wants, without considering the damaging consequences of such policy for the people of Afghanistan and Iraq. The US has also planned to use the terrorist groups in the region in order to press the countries [of the region] and force them to surrender to the ambitions of US officials. It seems that the US has not been able to take advantage of the current Iraq for interfering in the affairs of other countries and that's why it has decided to divide the country and settle terrorist groups in part of the country. Earlier (3 years ago), in a joint meeting with Pentagon officials, terrorist group of Rajavi announced it was ready to take part in joint plans. Plans for starting a wave of assassinations in the Iranian cities along with the attacks on Iran's nuclear sites are among what the warmongers have planned for using the terrorist group of MKO. On the other hand, as mentioned, warmongers are using the issue of peace and security in Iraq to advance their goals. The continuation of illegal presence of the MKO in Iraq is also part of a plan to keep Iraqi destabilized, which again serves the purposes of warmongers; otherwise, the fate of terrorist groups like the MKO and PKK had been determined earlier. Experience has proved that US's adventurism in the region, specially after Israel was defeated by Lebanon's Hizballah, won't help the US. However, US policies prove that terrorist groups, such as the MKO, are only tools of Israel and the US in the region; the US is well aware that such groups have no influence on the political scenes of the countries, therefore it uses these group only as weapons in the war.

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