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At first, it seemed that such rumors were along MKO's current strategy, namely encountering the US with Iran and instigating that country to attack Iran. However, a very important article by Habib Al-Iraqi on Soutaliraq exposed another part of purposes of these rumors.
Particular articles illuminate ambiguous situations and expose the rumors and lies that have been published with special direction. The stupid propaganda system of MKO is repeating baseless claims that some Iraqi officials, including Moqtada Al-Sadr, have gone to Iran. At first, it seemed that such rumors were along MKO's current strategy, namely encountering the US with Iran and instigating that country to attack Iran. However, a very important article by Habib Al-Iraqi on Soutaliraq exposed another part of purposes of these rumors. Habib Al-Iraqi, pointing to Baghdad Security Plan and interferences of terrorist cult of Rajavi in Dyala's unrest and also to the suppression of the people in this region by remnants of Baath, asks: "How long should we ignore that activities of this group due to respect for US officials? How long the Iraqi people should pay the price? Isn't it possible that some former regime officials, including Ezzat Al-Dori, might be hidden in their camp?" This shows that Camp Ashraf, in which remnants of Baath party hold their meetings, hosts people who make noise on Iraqi officials' escape to Iran only in order not to be exposed. It should be noted that Moqtada Al-Sadr issued a statement yesterday and asked the US officials to give the control of Baghdad Security Plan to Iraqis.

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