I read the announcement of Fedayeen Khalq about a deal between Iran and France which led to the arrest of MKO members in France; and now I, as an exiled person and as someone whose sister is the victim of Blind acts of Rajavi teams, have two questions from Fedayeen Khalq organization: 1- Why did you stay silent when Mr. Rajavi signed cease-fire with American army on April (of those kind of deals which you say), that America which was known by your organization and Rajavi's organization as imperialist and the enemy of people??? In this deal, Mr. Rajavi has said: "We welcome signing this cease-fire with Americans". Although there has been no army one our side… Didn't you hear the news when Mr. Rajavi rejected all his ideological lines and surrendered to imperialism? 2- Wasn't your organization available to protest when Mr. rajavi's team directed terrorist operation from France and by telephone? Isn't attacking with mortars a kind of irresponsibility in guerilla operations? Do the bullets, which are shot by an unskilled man, destroy the targets? Or kills people in the streets? As my sister is one of such victims. As you have been always zealous in condemning deals, I hope you have enough zealous to criticize yourself. Shahin Torabi June 18, 2003

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