Political analysts believe that Iranian opposition groups, like Muajhideen-e Khalq, which is based in Iraq, lack popular support inside Iran
London-based Asharq Al-Awsat daily, referring to the proposed plan by 2 US senators about financing Iranian opposition groups, writes:
"Political analysts believe that Iranian opposition groups, like Muajhideen-e Khalq, which is based in Iraq, lack popular support inside Iran."
Daily continues: "despite critical view of Iranian youths toward governmental policies, Iranian oppositions have always had weakness and flaw in their organized programs. For instance, although Iranian oppositions' satellite channels had asked repeatedly for demonstration on the anniversary of July 8th (University of Tehran), there were no demonstration or protest in Iran.
Awsat adds: "political analysts believe that opponents who are settled outside Iran, like monarchists or Mojahedin-e Khalq, have no considerable support inside Iran."
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