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The conclusion of a meeting with a number of friends on Saturday, May 28, 2005, was that Massoud Rajavi, lifetime leader of Mojahedin, has had a stroke due to months of depression.
The conclusion of a meeting with a number of friends on Saturday, May 28, 2005, was that Massoud Rajavi, lifetime leader of Mojahedin, has had a stroke due to months of depression. Evidences indicate that Rajavi is not able to talk. Stroke and his silence returns to the early 2003, when the US forces attacked Iraq which led to the fall of Saddam and his Baath party. According to Mehdi Abrishamchi, Rajavi was sure that the US would attack Iraq so he was very depressed. He couldn’t accept that his dreams be ruined. US invasion to Iraq and rapid fall of Saddam shocked his heart and disabled his tongue. According to undeniable evidences Rajavi became silent since the March of 2003 and he is no more able to talk and to appear among public. US invasion and consequent fall of Baath party, shocked the leader as well as whole system of Mojahedin-e Khalq, so that it disrupted the system and disabled the central point (namely, the leader. His articulation system is no more able to work. Stroke- whose simple meaning is “abeyance”- includes both physical stroke which leads to heart or brain stroke and political stroke (political silence) which is true about the leader of Mojahedin-e Khalq. Understanding this kind of stroke needs meeting parameters which have been involved in it. In Rajavi’s case, he can’t speak. One could no more speak due to physical stroke and political stroke. The political failure has led MKO’s leader not to speak. Anyway, both cases may be true about the leader but the thing which can’t be denied is that stroke and silence has entangled MKO leader. I don’t think Rajavi is dead. His body is alive but his soul is dead. He is an animated dead who has hid or has been hidden. Another possibility is that his face may be deformed due to the stroke so that he is ashamed of appearing in public. Anyway, the US invasion disabled former dictator’s regime and also disabled the brain system of his ally, Massoud Rajavi. No one can bear such a shock, so Rajavi should not be criticized. Being alone and isolated and hidden are enough to beat him. In the next articles I would tell you more about Massoud Rajavi’s 30 month silence.

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