Recently, MKO supporters in Europe who feel MKO's deadlock have advised the leaders of the group and try to show the
Recently, MKO supporters in Europe who feel MKO's deadlock have advised the leaders of the group and try to show the facts to them. A few days ago we reflected the letter of one of these supporters, now we ask you to read to another one which has been written by Mr. Hussein Aladiush to the leaders of MKO.
The most important problem with the group is that MKO's terrorist strategy has failed because masses have left the group, he believes.
The other problem, from his point of view, is in restricted ideology of the group. He refers to the decline of forces after the war and says that it is a result of ideological revolutions.
In a part of his analysis, Aladiush the destiny of MKO is in the hands of the US. The US may use them in future or not.
Referring to the above reasons, the writer suggests:
MKOs should have an internal revolution and also a revolution in their communications with outside. For instance they should take their TV (simay-e azadi) out of monotonousness and try to turn it to a public TV..
Anyway, we can interpret such letters in 2 different ways: first, these people (writers of the letters) don't know Mojahedin at all and if they claim someday that they're not members of MKO we should believe them. Second, MKO's system in Europe has been stricken and has no control on its supporters or sub-groups, otherwise nobody dared to say such words and Mr. Rajavi's Fedayeen would have revenged.
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