The process of arresting Mojahedin and releasing them can be considered in different ways:
The process of arresting Mojahedin and releasing them can be considered in different ways: 1- France is looking for a winning card in the Iraq crisis. The deal of the US with Mojahedin was a sign to Paris who had given shelter to the heads of MKO for more than two decades. France immediately answered that "Paris should not be forgotten." 2- Each country, dependent to the situation, uses the policy of "carrot and baton". After some years of respecting, France hit MKOs with baton to say to them: "the vein of your existence is in our hands and that you can't be our tenant but to go to the US for honey moon!" 3- Relying on the anti-terrorist policy of French police was a bit fast and optimistic. Even if we assume that controlling MKO's activity in France was a prevention act by the police, we can't forget the "instrumental use of Mojahedin" in interaction with Iran. 4- Nobody in Iran was against the act of Police in France. This had a clear message which both the US and France received it. For Iranian people, in fact, Mojahedin have died many years ago.

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