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They (Mojahedin) joined Saddam during the bloody 8 year of Iran-Iraq. Iranians know them as betrayers to the motherland
They (Mojahedin) joined Saddam during the bloody 8 year of Iran-Iraq. Iranians know them as betrayers to the motherland who even joined the enemy and killed their Iranian people to fulfill their own political agenda. They also assassinated many of the top thinkers and authorities of the Islamic revolution in the first years of the revolution which led to a lack of people who had the ability of thinking about the future and the appropriate strategy for the future of the revolution. With all their violent and bloody actions they even caused the regime to crack down on the relatively open political atmosphere, which eventually cost a lot for moderate opposition groups and ordinary people. At one point they started to kill whoever was supporting the revolution or had relations with Sepah-e Pasdaran (or Guardians of revolution) or even looked like them! I personally knew a grocery store owner who happened to be a strong fan of the regime and they killed him and his Pasdar son after a few months. Now these bastards are making a sense by burning themselves for their leader, Masoud Rajavi, who is not much different than Saddam. I get very angry when I see that American and European politicians or their ordinary people are fooled by their well-organized and always dramatic protests. Please, don't let them deceive you by their childish actions. They are terrorists who easily kill their colleagues because they refuse to obey their orders

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