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In the meetings of the organization, Mr. Rajavi always maneuvered on 3 fields of "internal, International and regional" but
In the meetings of the organization, Mr. Rajavi always maneuvered on 3 fields of "internal, International and regional" but he was well aware that in the internal field he lacks the popular support and foreign element also was aware of that (in the international field). But all Mr. Rajavi's hope during past 20 years was based on the regional field (Iraq) and his cult was controlled by the authority of Saddam Hussein. But what is the current situation? 1- Despite internal conflicts and present contrasts, people still don't doubt in not supporting the cult of Mr. Rajavi and even second generation is not willing to look at the affairs from the organization's point of view. 2- The God-Father of Mr. Rajavi was toppled and the book of the organization was closed in the region, which had wide effects in the world. 3- In the October of 1994, the U.S. government issued an announcement and stated formally that Mojahedin-e Khalq is a terrorist group. In fact, a coffin was made for the ideas of Mr. Rajavi whose nails during following years prepared it for a funeral ceremony. Seven years passes since the coffin was made and the Organization was also put in the terrorist list of the EU… Saddam was toppled and the documents of cooperation of Mr. Rajavi's cult with Ba'th Party went to Westerners…National Liberation Army was disarmed by the foreign elements… MKO was banned from having activities in the west… Mrs. Rajavi was arrested along with tens of other members in France…. The governments of Sweden, Australia, England, and Germany …,in separate statements, called the organization as terrorist and so, Mr. Rajavi lost the international field too. He was pleased by seeing that westerners are trying to separate MKO from NCR although they knew they're both the same. He considered this as a positive signal until the last nail was hammered on the coffin of rotten and sect-like ideas of Mr. Rajavi on August 15th and the U.S. government called NCR as illegal and shut all its offices. This is the destiny of those who have gone away from people and manage themselves with others. 2003-08-18

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