One of the biggest problems of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization is the inability to maintain its members.
When the US began its military adventure in Iraq in 2003, many Western scholars noted that Washington’s unilateral aggression was leading to a rethinking of international processes, as well as the legitimisation and institutionalisation of multipo
It has become clear after Baghdad’s active attempts to suppress Iraqi Kurdistan that the region cannot hope for independence. Instead, it will remain autonomous.
Iraq, a country that lacks many basic security standards and living conditions and specifically the holy cities of Najaf and Karbala which have a capacity of less than half a million at best, play host to 20 million+ pilgrims who cover the roads l