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MeK silence is understandable, because they have no other choice; but in the current situation that this article has turned to a Moral crisis and political scandals for MeK and their supporters, the silence's meaning is nothing but a Preventive action to keep secret other aspects of their ugly and immoral collusions, in order to survive, and to gain strength.

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Despite the Western media exposure about MeK bribery to the former American officials and despite the fact that these individuals have confirmed receiving money from them, Keeping silence, Mujahideen continue this ugly and shameful act.

MeK leadership's policy is that no way they should get into this matter. MeK bribery factors are ordered to poewrfully stay on the field and continue their task, regardless of any objections and fear about disclosure of this scandal.

MeK silence is understandable, because they have no other choice; but in the current situation that this article has turned to a Moral crisis and political scandals for MeK and their supporters, the silence's meaning is nothing but a Preventive action to keep secret other aspects of their ugly and immoral collusions, in order to survive, and to gain strength.

In fact, the scandal of MeK bribery to the former U.S officials is only a part of MeK long history of illegal and criminal actions, and if the police and the FBI really intend to investigate on this issue, they will achieve remarkable results.

To the same time, MeK have been hit. This scandle, at least, leads to their failure to deceive public opinion in America. When every bribe-maker in an interview with the BBC admits that they have been paid off by MeK, and when Ed Rendell, the former Pennsylvania governor, said he received $20,000 for an 11-minute speech to support MeK, thre is no chance for the MeK loby.

It is unfortunate that some American officials support for a terrorist group for the sake of money, while some others oppose that.

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