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They ARE terrorists

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Submitted by Iraqi (Netherlands), Mar 2, 2012 at 13:49

... They ARE terrorists. Did you ask yourself how the hell 34 people got injured? Because they actually have weapons in their camp. The iraqi army could not go inside the camp for a long time, because they were actually armed.

They attacked civilians and politicians in Iran. But one of the biggest reason to hand them over to Iran is the fact they aided the Saddam Hussain in the suppression of the Kurds and Shia in 1991.

The only reason America is so concerned about MEK is because they are enemies of Iran.

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