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The analysis was that if we can't enter the scene with the most power and can't influence French officials and public opinion,
Based on the observations of a member of Paris Association The analysis was that if we can't enter the scene with the most power and can't influence French officials and public opinion, they would deliver Sister Maryam to Iran. So Marzieh Babakhani was supposed to set herself to fire first before the reporters and then others save her after reporters have taken film and photos; then, Sedigheh Mojaveri was supposed to do the same in another location. Ms. "Z" assured them that they will be saved before the fire is extended to all their clothes and Mr. "A" who was there said that he will call the reporters whose number he has immediately to give the identity of them. Sister "Z", of MKO's central leadership, told Marzieh that if this is done, its wave will go all over the world. This person says that in 1980 he had seen the same thing and a person who was supposed to be saved was not and people took him to hospital. Pay attention to reports about MKO's theatric self-immolations: French Police detain 2 guys because they were involved in the self-immolation of Sedigheh Mojaveri and her death. These 2 suspected guys had personal things which belonged to Sedigheh Mojaveri when they were arrested. One of them is accused of preventing social workers to help her. Sanabarq Zahedi, one of MKO members, has written in his article, which has been published by Alsharq Alawsat: "self-immolation is the best thing to win the attraction of public opinions. Self-immolation in the street has better effects than jumping from Eiffel Tower." On June 19, Parisian Newspaper wrote: "some reporters were called before and after self-immolations by a mobile phone and that the name of the person has been said to reporters by the spokesman of NCRI's foreign affairs." After putting out fire from on of the persons, a MKO member suggests to Parisian Reporter to take better photos from "self-immolation ceremony"!

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