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Current situation of the US in Iraq has convinced the owners of arms factories, Zionist lobby and American warmongers to propose military action against Iran as the only way for getting out of this situation. This has also prepared the situation for satanic activities by Rajavi's gang.
The strategy of "spark and war" has been the major strategy of murderous gang of Rajavi for the past 20 years, now boosted by the historical status of NeoCons. One should note that when the ceasefire between Iran and Iraq took effect in 1988, terrorist MKO faced a political-military deadlock that, in Rajavi's view, could be resolved only by a new war between Iran and Iraq or Iran and the US. Moreover, the current situation of the US in Iraq has convinced the owners of arms factories, Zionist lobby and American warmongers to propose military action against Iran as the only way for getting out of this situation. This has also prepared the situation for satanic activities by Rajavi's gang. For two reasons, the retarded leader of terrorist MKO tries to hide his ugly anti-Iranian activities. First, America's public opinion has a bad memory of Iraqi opposition's role before the US invasion to Iraq. Therefore, Rajavi's gang tries to distance itself from activities similar to those done by Iraqi opposition. Second, besides trying to stoke the fire of war, he consider it his own duty to whitewash the face of warmongers and claim that the US should attack Iran because it's meddling in Iraq or because it's not suspending uranium enrichment. In Rajavi's view, this decreases the ugliness of MKO's approaches; this is important because MKO members would become suspicious of these satanic activities and these are the only ones Rajavi has been able to deceive. Revealing MKO's strategy disrupts their activities, targeting Iranian people. Despite the fact that many experts believe any military action against Iran would receive harsh response, those seeking such situation should be identified and exposed so as to prevent them from taking peaceful gestures.

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