Rajavi Cult starts armed struggle against Iraqi government

Following the direct order of Massoud Rajavi to start attacking the Iraqi police and increase insurgency in the country, the remaining forces of the cult of Mojahedin Khalq in Iraq attacked the police force in order to stop them carrying out their duties, including the establishment of a new security post inside Camp New Iraq (formerly Ashraf).   MKO starts armed struggle

The communiqué issued by the terrorist cult admits that it was the Mojahedin Khalq (aka; MKO, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult) who instigated the attack on the Iraqi police force, and the police force have been forced to defend themselves.

It is obvious that the leaders of Mojahedin Khalq terrorist cult fear that the establishment of this new post will facilitate the disaffected members and hostages taken by the cult having greater access to the Iraqi forces and make it harder for the cult leaders to stop them from taking refuge with the police.

The new developments shows that the leadership of the cult is in no mood to accept personal freedom of the members and that using violence and attacking the police has been the last resort to stop Rajavi’s hostages escaping from the garrison.

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