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    Simple Answer to Bangkok Blasts: MKO

    The Valentine’s Day bomb blast in Bangkok came approximately a month after Tehran bombing where the Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahamdi Roshan was assassinated after a magneticSimple Answer to Bangkok Blasts: MKO bomb was slapped to his car by motorcycle riders who were MKO-Israeli agents according to various reports. The most prominent report is that of MSNBC that quotes from US officials who confirm that Israeli Mossad and the Mujahedin khalq Organization have been working together on killing Iranian scientists.[1] MSNBC revealed that US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the Obama administration is aware of the assassination campaign but has no direct involvement. Israel’s Foreign Ministry declined comment. And, the MKO called the report “absolutely false”.[2] The sophistication of the attacks shows that an experienced intelligence service was involved, according to experts.[3] The possibility of the MKO involvement in the attack “seems logical” in the “psychological warfare” conducted against Iran. ”it ‘s been done before” Dr. Uzi Rabi, director of the Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University told NBC.[4] The MKO’s spying network and terrorist operations against Iran is notoriously known to the world. Maybe that's why Bangkok Post states, ''at various levels, there are grounds which might support the theory of an Independent MEK operation in Bangkok, New Delhi and Tiblisi. “Strategically, the organization has ample motive. The successful assassination of Israeli diplomats would at the least serve to further isolate the Iranian government at a critical juncture. At most, it might provide the impetus to push Israel into an attack on Iran that would destabilize or even topple the regime – a result MeK has no chance of achieving itself.”[5] Muhammad Sahimi and Richard Silverstein of the Christian Science Monitor believe that it may be no accident that the attacks occurred only days after the publication of MSNBC report on Mossad – MKO role in Iran assassinations.[6] It was no surprise that after the February blasts Israel accused Iran and eventually Iran denied the accusation. “Though the plot in Thailand appears utterly amateurish and there are questions as to why Iran might choose India – one of the most importers of its oil- to attack the Israeli diplomats, the denial might be self-serving”, Sahimi and Silverstein write. [7] However, “the willingness of the Islamic Republic to provide proactive assistance in the investigations [about Bangkok blasts] will also serve as an important reflection of its interest in rebutting Israeli's accusations,” according to Bangkok Post. [8] It doesn’t seem too difficult to figure out who really commit the terrorist operations.”Operationally ,the hand of the MEK or allied opposition elements also provides an explanation for the otherwise puzzling blunders displayed in Mid February,” reads Bangkok post.”It can be safely assumed that a small number of Iranian opposition elements has been recruited, trained and deployed by Israeli and/or US intelligence services in the covert war against Iran’s nuclear program.”[9] Referring to “Which Path to Persia” 2009 report of Brookings’ Institution, Feroze Mithiborwala put it in that the US and Israel are looking for ways to goad Iran into provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. [10] He finds “the riddle of Bangkok”, ”a very simple matter to comprehend” explaining that ”The Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/MEK) ,is a terrorist organization comprising of disgruntled Iranians who are now working for the CIA and the Mossad. The MKO is openly supported by the US – Israel as their strategic allies and they are the ones who are responsible for the assassinations of the Iranian nuclear scientists and terror attacks within Iran.”[11] Yeah, for the United States and Israel the MKO is categorized in “Good Terrorists” group because it is engaged in any act of violence against people-whether civilians or military – to destabilize their long time common foe, Islamic Republic of Iran.