Holding meeting in which Rajavi prepares his forces for death, has become a serial show in Mojahedin organization. Rajavi’s last strategy and answer to a mass of questions about Mojahedin activities, is to accept death. In a meeting held in the current year’s Moharram, Rajavi once again asked his forces to stay with him to their last drop of blood. With demagogy and comparing his time to the Husseinite Ashura, he tried to provide a heroic situation and prepare his forces for death. Once, he performed such a scenario in 1981 and took his forces to a bloody war with people and he himself fled to Europe. Once again at the end of Iran-Iraq war, he hid in Baghdad and sent his forces to meet the death. In 1991 also, when there was no hope, he asked his forces to be patient about any gloomy and dark future. This year’s Moharram also has given him a good chance to theorize his group’s deadlock and dark future for his forces. Suggesting death by Rajavi, is along with displaying scenes of romantic crying and mourning. Amid high irrationality and sophistry, he compares his deadlocks to the Ashura and wants his forces to go and die without asking a question. But this Ashura is always repeated for his friends and he always survives in these kinds of Ashras!!! Sometimes he says that everyone who wants to go can go and separate from us. If someone does so, he or she will be sent to prison in order to be prevented from leaking information out. It’s clear that Mojahedin have become completely disappointed from their propagandistic plots outside Iraq, and Rajavi has found somewhere to hide so that he invites his friends to death.

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