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Even Mohaddessin’s photo taken beside Bill Clinton and Al Gore (used by Mojahedin as a big victory and as a sign of US support) was later described by the offices of Al Gore and Clinton as a typical photo taken at the presidential ceremony for Clinton. Any political purpose behind the photo was denied and misusing it was condemned.
In 1982 at the assembly of Germany’s Social-Christian Union , two MKO members appeared in front of Helmut Kohl and suddenly there was the flashlight of a camera. Reflection of this issue (as the meeting of MKO’s delegation with Mr. Helmu Kohl) can still be found in Mojahed magazine, MKO’s publication. Meantime, Mr. Kohl and many others whose photos appeared in MKO’s publications didn’t know anything about MKO claims. Ten years later when Mojahedin claimed that they have fixed foreign supporters, particularly in the US congress, documents revealing the amounts of money paid by Mojahedin to these people were published by the US media. Even Mohaddessin’s photo taken beside Bill Clinton and Al Gore (used by Mojahedin as a big victory and as a sign of US support) was later described by the offices of Al Gore and Clinton as a typical photo taken at the presidential ceremony for Clinton. Any political purpose behind the photo was denied and misusing it was condemned. Now, Maryam Rajavi tried “fraudulent diplomacy” to buy credibility for herself and her notorious fugitive husband by taking photograph beside the members of French Parliament, but everyone knows this cunning method. Using these methods by the terrorist group of Mojahedin is of course an explicit social-political crime which is being done in order to defame European political and diplomatic figures and there’s no goal behind it except making tension in the relations of Iran with these countries. So, security services of European States should take suitable measures against the methods of this group, explicitly performed against those states. Publishing the photo of the head of French Parliament beside the chief of an anti-Iranian terrorist group, exactly at the time when he is going to trip to Iran, can bring up political-diplomatic problems which is what Mojahedin want, but they failed and more defamed since their dirty methods were revealed. For a long time, Mojahedin could keep the fire of war against Iran flaming by instigating Iraq. After ceasefire was announced, they put it in the top of their agenda to instigate Saddam to attack Iran again. After the fall of Saddam, Mojahedin are again trying to encourage Americans to deal with Iran by military attack. Mojahedin think the only way by which they can get to their ideals is to destroy relations between Iran and Europe and then the US will attack Iran by European support; and in that case they can survive for a longer time. When MKO’s key player in Europe enters the scene of such a show and makes such scandals, it’s proved that Mojahedin are in urgent need of influential supporters who may be able to make changes in anti-terrorist operations against Mojahedin. Few foreign supporters of this terrorist group have not been able to help this desperate group, which is worriedly looking for special privileges; but regarding the European governments’ knowledge of this organization and its dirty tricks, it doesn’t seem they are willing to help it.

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