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MKO has recently quoted ISNA about the number of those who commit suicide in Iran and has finally claimed that
MKO has recently quoted ISNA about the number of those who commit suicide in Iran and has finally claimed that "increase in the number of self-immolation and committing suicide among Iranian women and girls is the direct result of the increase in suppression and being restrained from social activities." It's amazing that MKO always uses news reports to help itself. This ISNA agency reported while ago that 61 percent of those who have passed entrance examinations of universities in Iran are women. MKO's women commission should change its glasses and quit lying. Can this commission justify the number of those who commit suicide in MKO's small society or for those women who are depressed? Those who live outside can judge better than others, but the sectarian rules of MKO don't let them do so. For example, a social research shows that 5 percent of whole population of the world are depressed people and in Germany only, 12000 people commit suicide each year.

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