Monday, August 07, 2006

MKO in Iraq

(See "Iraq plans to remove Pentagon's proxy force," and "Terror Ops Underway in Iran," for background information.)

Reports are surfacing out of Iraq that the Pentagon's anti-Iranian pets, the Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK or MKO), are now organizing (or being organized) against the Iraqi government. This is pure insanity...

BBC Arabic, July 20, 2006:

"Iraqi security services' report indicates that the group of Mojahedin-e khalq gathers intelligence on Iraqi officials and authorities and gives this intelligence to other terrorist groups in the country," said Haydar Ebadi, Iraqi MP from the list of Iraq's Unified List.

This comment follows the statements of Iraqi PM, accusing the Iraqi-based Iranian opposition group of interfering in the internal affairs of Iraq.

Sotal Iraq, July 24, 2006:

…members of this group have formed a joint militia with some Baathist to kill Iraqi citizens and destroy the infrastructure of Iraq. It's really surprising that Iraqi governments, before that of Mr. Maliki, didn’t expel this group from Iraq. (They did!)

Some reports indicate that since the fall of Saddam, MKO has been giving secret information to Baathist forces to be used in order to assassinate Iraqi leaders.

Some of the officials, from security services, report of MKO's involvement in terrorist operations, the examples of which are the invasion on "Abu Hanifa Al-Naaman Mosque" in Azamiah district as well as raid on "Al-Sadeq mosque" in "Aur" district a few months ago; these operations were conducted in order to create religious and ethnic differences. During the raid on Abu Hanifa mosque, a number of these terrorists were arrested by the guards of the mosque and when identified as the members of MKO they were handed over to coalition forces before being released by them.

IRNA, July 2006:

[Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, the head of Iraq's SCIRI] also called for the expulsion of terrorist groups from Iraq, with the MKO at top, and stressed that terrorist prisoners should not be freed. "A number of people involved in recent terrorist operations have been released. Releasing prisoners should be done under the supervision of parliament."

He said the role of fighting terrorism law should be strengthened and all those who support terrorism should be punished.

IRNA, August 2006:

Dr. Salem Al-Tikriti, professor at the University of Mosul, said he was the representative of 15 political and civil organizations, adding: "This group's presence in Iraq is illegal and it's also performing illegal acts. Occupiers have tied the hands of Iraqi government and support terrorism."

"Americans even ordered the government not to interfere in MKO's issues because the group was supported by them!" he added.

Al-Alam news channel, July 2006:

"Terrorists, mostly from Baathists and the members of terrorist MKO, try to divide Shia and Sunni muslims and to ignite the fire of clashes between Arabs, Kurds and Turkmens living in Dyala province," said Taha Dor' Al-Sa'di, representative of Dyalah people in Iraqi parliament. …

"The presence of this group in Iraq harms both Iran-Iraq relations and honor of Iraqis."

This member of Iraqi parliament also declared: "American forces don't care about the security issues in Dyala province; this has raised questions because the terrorists in this province don't target American forces anymore while tens of Iraqi citizens are being killed each day. US forces support professional terrorists and when they Iraqi security forces arrest such people, Americans release them."

"Iraqi Unity Coalition has asked the parliament to form a committee to prevent violence and improve security situation in Dyala because massacring people, terror and kidnapping happens on daily basis and more than 1000 families have left this region," he added.

Then he referred to the death of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi and said: "His successor is also in this province and more than 1000 terrorists, including Baathists and MKO members, have scattered around the region conducing terrorist operations."

Dr. Jamal Al-Ali, Arz Alsawad newspaper, July 2006:

I heard the comments of a tribal leader from Dyalah province, expressed during interview with an Iraqi satellite television, on the necessity of investigating the reasons for a meeting, which was held in terrorist MKO's Camp Ashraf with the assistance of US military commanders, military officers from former regime and with the participation of some terrorist leaders. This meeting was all surprising.

Soon after that, I received a letter from a friend of mine, an Iraqi author; the letter said that according to sources, US occupying forces, MKO, pro-Baathist regime elements and anathematic terrorists are plotting against the elected government of Mr. Nuri al-Maliki and that they try to return their Baathist figures to the government.

They want to assassinate Shia clerics and elites and destabilize Kazemiah in order to crush the Shiites and then, introduce Al-Mahdi forces, Badr organization and Hizb Al-Dawa as the ones behind instability in Iraq.

By destabilizing the country, they want to convince public opinion that Nuri al-Maliki is not able to stabilize the country. They want their own puppets in the government.

MKO terrorists, who have declared their preparedness for conducting this plot, will engage with Shiites. In this way, they want to improve their face for Americans so as to be lifted from terror list!

Meetings are held in Camp Ashraf in order to coordinate terrorist operations.


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