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Didgah website, one of MKO’s subordinate websites which is run by Ali Nazer, has published some announcements during the US-led war on Iraq which it seems have not been in according to the taste of MKO’s officials in Europe so that they ha
Didgah website, one of MKO’s subordinate websites which is run by Ali Nazer, has published some announcements during the US-led war on Iraq which it seems have not been in according to the taste of MKO’s officials in Europe so that they have attacked this website with their Fascistic culture. Ali Nazer has taken position against these attacks in a letter. A part of his letter is as follows: Some people who introduce themselves as supporters of Mojahedin have insulted Didgah Website, which has no duty except reflection different views, in anyway they have wanted. Some of these nonsense words have been published for a long time in your website that claims supports your line. Since your organization has clarified its position toward many websites and media, I think it’s now the time that you should clarify your position clearly toward Didgah. The silence only makes these nasty supporters of you to become nastier, and also it boosts this idea that your organization considers media (Didgah) as supporter only when it helps you in hardest times but if it says anything against you it will be accused of being drowned in corruption.. Does giving blood for freedom of people justify your so-called supporters’ right for censorship and accusing others? And shortly, should all be silent and not to tell anything against MKOs otherwise….?? Ali Nazer, April 28, 2003

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