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Jebheye Hambastegi website, referring to the separation of one of the Komoleh party members, has tried to reveal Komoleh relations and so on.
Jebheye Hambastegi website, referring to the separation of one of the Komoleh party members, has tried to reveal Komoleh relations and so on. Mr. Omid Karimi has talked about anti-national and unreasonable positions of Komoleh and has expressed his story of cooperating with this group. Then, he reminds that he has got Mansoor-e Hekmat books by one of the members of this group and by reading them he has decided to separate, and finally in May 2003 he has resigned and has left the group. And now, we address the remnants of Mojahedin and bring the advantages of Komoleh group (Which MKO lacks): 1- Your group, besides having betrayal records, doesn't forgive its own members and it doesn't have moral distinction to accept that when someone comes voluntarily he has the right to go the other day. Rajavi and his men torture members and put them in jail in order to prevent them from leaving, while Komoleh didn't do that. 2- Mr. Karimi has had enough freedom in this group to get a book and read it or to talk about another member of that group, but in all Rajavi's ideology one can't find anything contrary to what he wants and if two people talk about such things, they'll certainly be sentenced to death! 3- Until now, Komoleh hasn't accused Mr. Karimi of cooperating with Iran Intelligence agency or some thing else, but in your group anyone who's going to leave the group will be called "a mercenary of Islamic republic of Iran and…".

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