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Report Discloses MKO’s Key Role in Stirring Recent Unrests in Iraq

The terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI) has ordered its Report Discloses MKO's Key Role in Stirring Recent Unrests in Iraqmembers to fuel sectarian unrests in Iraq through bombing Sunni centers, media reports revealed on Monday.

In a report today, Didehban Center quoted an unnamed source in Iraq as saying that the MKO members have been ordered to use all possible means to increase tension in the country.

"Owing to the sectarian and ethnic nature of the recent unrests in Iraq, the MKO elements are tasked with planting bombs in Sunni mosques and public centers in a bid to intensify clashes in Iraq and blame the terrorist operations on Iraq’s Shiite government," the report said.

The source noted that the terrorist group is seeking to delay its expulsion from Iraq by igniting instability in the country, warning that the MKO plot can worsen the situation in Iraq.

Earlier media reports had disclosed that the MKO has offered the US to help it spark Syria-like unrests in Iraq.

In a report earlier this month, Didehban Center disclosed that the MKO has on many occasions asked the US administration to provide the group with financial support in a bid to make Iraq insecure.

The report said that the proposals have been put forth to the US officials through former and retired Washington officials who are now among the MKO advocates, including former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton, Former presidential candidate John Mc Cain and former US Attorney General Michael Mukasey

The MKO has claimed that it can recruit extremist and terrorist groups in Iraq due to its three-decade-long stay in that country which has also provided them with some in-debt knowledge of the Arab country, and then organize bombing plots, suicide attacks and spark sectarian and ethnic conflict in a bid to make Iraq’s atmosphere tense similar to the present conditions in Syria.

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