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Rajavi has announced that he is well aware of all dangers surrounding the group! So, there's no doubt that in his view, what are most dangerous are Iraq's political independence and its decisiveness in making decisions without paying attention to occupiers. Rajavi has well understood that Maliki's government will sure execute the order on MKO expulsion as it did Saddam's death sentence. As no one was concerned about changing strategic balance in favor of Iran when executing Saddam, no one will worry about MKO expulsion.
In a hurried move caused by weakness and fear, the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e Khalq condemned execution of Saddam Hussein and claimed that bringing him to justice was in favor of Iran that insisted on his trial! Common positions and nature of terrorist MKO and criminal party of Baath (headed by Massoud Rajavi and Saddam Hussein), particularly against Iran and Iranians, is an undeniable fact so that both movements accuse Iraq's Shiite majority of being "Iranians"! Hence, Camp Ashraf has become a haven for Saddamists (whose dreams were blown away). MKO propagandistic system is trying to hide this reality and, in the West, claims to have been independent from Saddam. Earlier also, the MKO claimed that its disarmament (by US army) had changed the strategic balance of the region in favor of Iran. They also claimed that the victory of current Iraqi government was due to Iranian interference in Iraq! Indeed, at the beginning of Iraq occupation, MKO leaders were happy and celebrated Neocons entrance to Iraq because considered them stronger than Saddam in suppression Shiites and pro-Iran forces. After then, when it was announced that Iraqis should go to the polls, they promised their forces that "the US won't allow Shittes get to power"; they also supported the boycotting of elections by Baathists. Finding that "boycotting elections" didn't work, they started disrupting the elections of Iraqi parliament. They failed again… and it was clear that people who were the enemies of Shiites and Iranians would put the blame totally on Iran. On the other hand, from Iran enemies' viewpoint, all these events were and are victories for Iran. The process of Saddam trial is also clear. From the beginning, Iran asked for questioning him on the issue of invading Iran and using chemical weapons. However, his death sentence was issued immediately after Dujail case. Meanwhile, the terrorist MKO claims it's in favor of Iran and more interestingly, Baath party issues statement and asks for revenge on Iran! But what's all this for? Rajavi has announced that he is well aware of all dangers surrounding the group! So, there's no doubt that in his view, what are most dangerous are Iraq's political independence and its decisiveness in making decisions without paying attention to occupiers. Rajavi has well understood that Maliki's government will sure execute the order on MKO expulsion as it did Saddam's death sentence. As no one was concerned about changing strategic balance in favor of Iran when executing Saddam, no one will worry about MKO expulsion. MKO statesment on the execution of dictator Saddam reflects MKO's fuss and fear about the time of being tried in Iraq. Although none (trial of Saddam and MKO) has been done properly, Iraq is determined to get rid of dictators and terrorists.

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