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since the remnants of this cult believe in suppressing opponents, their spokesperson came to the scene and threatened that they will repeat these acts if anyone comes with the name of “former member”. He said, “They will be secure only in the case that they hold meetings by introducing themselves as members of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry”!
Remnants of Rajavi’s cult had organized their gangs to disrupt defectors’ press conference in London but only were able to beat VOA’s correspondent; meanwhile, after Mr. Khodabandeh sent a letter to UK interior minister protesting the MKO, they withdrew cowardly and used their British supporters to cover their crimes: “They were members of UK parliament who didn’t let the meeting of Iranian intelligence ministry be held in the parliament. Earlier, regime’s news agencies had announced that the meeting would be held in UK parliament but “Ayatollah BBC” and the mentioned mercenary denied this fact.” Then, in order to convince that their own gangs have not been involved in the turmoil and in order to cover their anarchical behavior, they resorted to the British supporter of the terrorist MKO (Corbett): “Ayatollah BBC failed to mention that on November 9, Lord Corbett had announced that he couldn’t believe that those who use terror in the country and encourage it abroad would think that any wise person in London wanted to listen to them…” Then the MKO continued to repeat accusations (seemingly made by Mr. Win Griffiths) to fully exculpate itself! However, since the remnants of this cult believe in suppressing opponents, their spokesperson came to the scene and threatened that they will repeat these acts if anyone comes with the name of “former member”. He said, “They will be secure only in the case that they hold meetings by introducing themselves as members of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry”!

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