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The major point is that the murderous gang of Rajavi has been forced for a long time to accept the fate determined by its hosts; this group has no control over its own future: when Saddam was in power, MKO's leadership was banned from leaving the country and now a short order by the Prime Minister of Iraq has shocked them.
Following the funny shows of its stupid propaganda machine to convince its members that the group is still alive (which started with their meeting in Paris and continued with Rajavi's message and …), MKO was supposed to hold a meeting in Camp Ashraf but it was shocked by the decisive order of PM Nuri al-Maliki, to ban all traffic to and from Camp Ashraf and to arrest those who violate this order. Mr. Maliki's order to prevent Iraqis from entering the MKO's camp and to prevent MKO elements from leaving it, and then deploying Iraqi forces to surround this terrorist camp, relates to the government's and parliament's decision two months ago, which had the agreement of Coalition forces and was announced officially by Mr. Ali Al-Dabbagh. The decision was based on international regulations and the Iraqi Constitution, made by Iraqi parliament and government in order to stop the interferences of this terrorist group in Iraqi internal affairs and their sabotage operations; this is why Americans had to agree with it. At that time, the MKO tried to hide behind the forces protecting Camp Ashraf and pretend that the decision was a propagandistic move of which no one was aware! However, seeing their dreams all gone, MKO leaders claim that no one could force them to leave and …while decisions to restrict this terrorist group have nothing to do with asylum laws and protection of refugees. In other words, the Iraqi government can, in the framework of its authority can counter all sabotage activities wherever and whenever possible; this undoubtedly applies to MKO's meeting. The major point is that the murderous gang of Rajavi has been forced for a long time to accept the fate determined by its hosts; this group has no control over its own future: when Saddam was in power, MKO's leadership was banned from leaving the country and now a short order by the Prime Minister of Iraq has shocked them. In the US, which is protecting this group in Iraq, the MKO's offices were shut as soon as it was announced as a terrorist organization; the small activities they have in Europe is due to European countries' ignorance of the group's activities. There's no doubt that surrounding Camp Ashraf and preventing illegal meetings in this terrorist camp is the beginning of expulsion process; this will force the MKO to accept its determined fate, which is leaving the country. Now, desperate members of Rajavi's bankrupt gang should think about how they could stop US's plans to use this group in its deals with Iran.

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