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Remnants of Rajavi are so stupid that they neglect changes in Rice's policies and strategies (from a strong neoconservative to someone who is eager for sport and artistic exchanges with Iranians); MKO only tries to open a way for receiving support from the US.
Since the terrorist cult of Mojahedin is an anti-people, anti-nation group and has to have the support of a foreign country (even if it was that of dictator Saddam) for survival, it has decided that it should resort again to the US and its secretary of state, although they have been repeatedly slammed by Americans. Remnants of Rajavi are so stupid that they neglect changes in Rice's policies and strategies (from a strong neoconservative to someone who is eager for sport and artistic exchanges with Iranians); MKO only tries to open a way for receiving support from the US. In this regard, AP quoted a MKO spokesperson saying that the group was planning for judicial measures in the US to lift the group's name off terror list. According to AP, the group is to pose its request (to remove it from the list) in an official letter to Condi Rice and that if the request is rejected, the MKO would try to take the case to appeals court in Washington.

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