According to estimations of our Iranian compatriots in Europe and the United States, Mojahedin couldn’t bring more than
According to estimations of our Iranian compatriots in Europe and the United States, Mojahedin couldn’t bring more than 40 to take refuge in the streets. Meanwhile, most of the participants in these demonstrations are members of MKO or National Council of resistance. During recent days, Mojahedin tried to win the support of some people and take them out to streets to accomplish their demonstrative scenario, but they have failed. Total number of such efforts can barely reach 400. Sources, close to Mojahedin, say that the main reason for this is the disappointment of those who had participated in such demonstrations. One another reason is financial crisis of the group that has been intensified after the fall of Saddam and those people who received money in return of participating in such movements don’t cooperate anymore. The confusion of Mojahedin’s leadership shows that with the fall of Saddam, Mojahedin’s prestige has been turned to ashes. Experts of Mojahedin-related issues believe that we will see a strong declination among the members and supporters of MKO in the near future.

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