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Former members illustrated their battle scene against Mojahedin by gathering. A scene that MKO tries to escape its consequences by buying time, political deals and spending espionage abilities. But the process of separation is becoming deeper, more revealing and more challenging.
Announcements of NCRI secretariat , Commission of Political Studies, The Greens party of MKO, and even Mojahedin in Iraq, about the recent gathering of MKO former members show that the pillars of MKO’s organization are shaky. Mojahedin are trying to silence all freedom-seeking voices of former members. From the hurried and frightened responses of MKO, it can be found that Mojahedin are deeply concerned about such revealing gatherings and that they believe the only way to act in response is to insult and accuse former member. Former members illustrated their battle scene against Mojahedin by gathering. A scene that MKO tries to escape its consequences by buying time, political deals and spending espionage abilities. But the process of separation is becoming deeper, more revealing and more challenging. There’s no doubt that the final fate of Mojahedin would become clear in this very scene. Although they try to silence this voice by insulting and hiding, but it seems that it’s the end of lying game by remnants of the cult of Rajavi and we would soon witness the full dissolution of this cult.

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