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After years that Mojahedin supported themselves with forged names and in Mojahd Journals and internet or made imaginary
After years that Mojahedin supported themselves with forged names and in Mojahd Journals and internet or made imaginary supporters for themselves in Iran, now their tactic has been revealed and even their sympathizers are criticizing them. After receiving successive blows to Mojahedin in Iraq and France, internal fights between supporters of this group increased and many issues about Mojahedin were revealed, for instance their censorship policy. This group has censored all its critics during past two decades. Another example is that the members of Mojahedin have several different names by which they support MKO in internet. For instance, it's been revealed that Mansoor Ghadrkhah and Ahmad Esmaeli and Omid from Tehran and Nasser Abadani and … are all the names of one person who's been directed by Mojahedin's Iranliberty website. Or Mr. Morad from Germany who's the same man who's called Mohammed Gharayee in MKO and there's no one called Ali Eshraghi at all. In this regard Mojahedin use different names in Paris such as "Iran's green party, Referendum committee on the wall, Iranian youth, NCRI, ….

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