The anti-Iran terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) has recently made futile attempts to make Iraqi people help the cult to stay in the country, an Iraqi youth revealed.
“An unknown user asked me to contact Iraqi as well as American officials to ask them let the MKO stay in Iraq,” an Iraqi member of an Arab discussion forum told Habilian Association (families of Iranian terror victims) news website.
“With a username different from my real name, I chatted to a user called Mustafa who admired the MKO and attacked the Islamic Republic of Iran sharply,” he said.
“I was surprised as he called me by my real name, though I appeared with a nickname on the forum,” he added.
“After a while, Mustafa asked me to write to and call Iraqi and American officials to express my support of the MKO and my willingness as an Iraqi to keep the cult in the country. He gave me their phone numbers and email addresses,” the Iraqi user said.
“We will deliver your letters to the UN ambassador to Iraq, commander of the US forces in Iraq General Raymond Odierno, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, VP Tariq Al-Hashimi, Parliament Speaker Ayad Al-Samarrai, FM Hoshyar Zebari and President of Iraq’s Kurdistan Region Masoud Barzani,” he quoted Mustafa as saying.
“Mustafa asked me to call Ayad Allawi, Tariq Al-Hashimi and Ayad Al-Samarrai to ask them to stand by the MKO. He also wanted to have a copy of my emails to the officials,” he added.