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Submitted by Ali (Australia), Jul 23, 2011 at 19:06

Thanks for the article but Mujahedin e Khalgh have 2 big problems.

1. People of Iran know them as traitors. They provided intelligent and military support to Iraqis during Iran - Iraq war

2. They are strictly religious (Islamic) group (or they pretend to be) and that is certainly not what the next Iranian regime should be.

Probably nowhere else in the middle east has as many anti religious people as Iran does at the moment.

Iranians are sick and tired of Islam or any other religious regime.

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