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With the election of new government in Iran and during the previous session of Board of Governors, remnants of Rajavi tried hard to work on differences and take advantage. They were hopeful about the recent session and the survival of the cult but the window of repeating Zionist accusations was shut.
Issues related to Iranian nuclear activities were considered an open window, through which the MKO tried to make an opportunity for itself by spreading rumors. Latest IAEA meeting was held in Vienna two days ago, while 50 desperate MKO members were busy with their futile efforts before the IAEA building. But the IAEA lifted the urgency of Iran’s case and moved it toward getting out of Agency’s agenda. With the election of new government in Iran and during the previous session of Board of Governors, remnants of Rajavi tried hard to work on differences and take advantage. They were hopeful about the recent session and the survival of the cult but the window of repeating Zionist accusations was shut. Rajavi’s band would have taken the best advantages if this situation had existed in the international community 20 years ago; we remember that they did the same thing during Iran-Iraq war and enjoyed the full support of Saddam and Western countries by investing on the lives and blood of the Iranians. Today, those very governments that put Rajavi beside Saddam understand that they should no longer allow this traitor group to take advantage of political international differences. In other words, the MKO can’t guarantee its survival by tying its fate to the international issues. The more the time passes, the more it becomes clear that their fate is tied to that of Saddam Hussein and that they have no way except being tried and then removed of the scene (like Saddam).

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