They desperately said they have reached deadlock. Some callers cried and what they wanted to indicate was that they are ready to start “self-immolations” again if necessary.
With the agreement of Iran and European countries and IAEA inviting Iran to participate in the club of Nuclear Fuel Studies, most of MKO’s plans and ideas have been failed.
By following nuclear theaters, Mojahedin wanted to create fear for the Europe and prevent them from developing their relations with Iran.
Paris agreement, although being a general agreement on expanding social and cultural ties between Iran and Europe, foiled two-year long efforts of Mojahedin and blocked their most strategic goal (namely being removed from terror list), since the agreement has been proposed by European side and will restrict Mojahedin.
Hence, the atmosphere of despair and frustration has been spread among the members of this group in Europe.
This was openly shown in “Direct Contact” program on MKO’s TV channel hosted by Mohammed Reza Rohani. The program was aired Sunday night.
All the people who called the program were members of the group in cities in the US and Europe. They desperately said they have reached deadlock. Some callers cried and what they wanted to indicate was that they are ready to start “self-immolations” again if necessary.
What callers said was exactly aimed at encouraging supporters to self-immolate and suggest that it is the only solution for exiting the crisis.
It’s notable that the organizers of this program didn’t let the mother of “Ali Nezhad” (one of the members) to speak about her morale and that her son has not been in touch with her.
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