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Mojahedin-e Khalq, among exiled Iranian opposition groups, has been isolated for years. Since they claim that they’re the only democratic alternative for the current regime. But in fact the organization itself shows that it has critical democratic flaws. They are ready for violence. The evidence for this claim is the iron hierarchy which exists as a sect around the couple of Rajavi (Massoud and Maryam)
The Authority of Protecting Germany’s Constitution, in Bayern province, has published its newest annual report on its website. A part of this report reads as follows: “Mojahedin-e Khalq, among exiled Iranian opposition groups, has been isolated for years. Since they claim that they’re the only democratic alternative for the current regime. But in fact the organization itself shows that it has critical democratic flaws. They are ready for violence. The evidence for this claim is the iron hierarchy which exists as a sect around the couple of Rajavi (Massoud and Maryam)... Sympathizers and supporters collect money for the group by moving house to house and asking for help for so-called “in need human beings”. Cover organization for helping Iranian refugees was dismantled in October 2003. but there are signs that there have been other associations, for example the association of Human Rights for Refugees. The members of this association are looking for the donors to the previous association. MKO and NCRI are still looking for politicians to take part in their (MKO’s) ceremonies in order to show themselves as a democratic movement in Exile.”

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