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Earlier also, Mojahedin had spent a lot of money on writing slogans on the walls and hanging posters and placards
Top news of MKO TV channel yesterday was: "A balloon bearing the picture of Maryam Rajavi has been flown in Gharb Township in Tehran." Earlier also, Mojahedin had spent a lot of money on writing slogans on the walls and hanging posters and placards. They had given money to smugglers and hoodlums in Iran to write slogans in favor of them so that it can be concluded that they have supporters inside the country. One example was Khezr Ali Yari who revealed last year that Mojahedin had not given him the money they had promised him in exchange for writing slogans for Mojahedin. In this particular case, the idea is that they have done this by computer tricks. But we want to discuss the reasons why Mojahedin bluff. Those who are patient and watch the TV channel of terrorist MKO are well aware that all their news are social issues which have been reversed in order to be used in organization and to boost the morale of desperate members. Since members have no access to the media (television, radio, press, books, etc) inside Mojahedin and Camp Ashraf and members in Europe are not allowed to use media sources, MKO uses its TV channel to inject the accidents in Iranian newspapers and TV channels to its forces as reports and news! Except political news, which is taken from western press, all other programs (social, economical news and reports) are directly taken from Iranian television or press so that when Iranian TV channel broadcasts a program Mojahedin do it a few days later. Dialogues are taken from the accidents' page of newspapers and are turned to a news program!!! A few examples of recent news of Mojahedin are as follows: "Unfortunately we heard that an Iranian has been killed in car crash in Torbat-e Haydariah road." "a two-story shop burnt in fire in Ahwaz." "An airplane in Kish-Tehran airline, belonging to SAHA, had an emergency landing after getting fire." Films, reports and interviews are totally taken from Iranian TV and Mojahedin cover the mark of the channel and change the words of actors. Mojahedin, by censoring some parts of reports, alter them in order to show that Iranian people are poor. By reviewing this kind of program-making, we understand that whole process is "bluffing" and since they are aware that their programs are not valid, they use lies such as this piece of story."

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