This book explains the approaches of Mojahedin of Massoud Rajavi, which should not be confused with Afghan Mojahidin who received orders from King Massoud
Popular insurrection that was followed by the army dispute:
The history of Iranians has shown that, the day after the Second World War started, a secret link with foreign economical powers was established in order to make political instability.
Other competitors of the Iranian government, Soviets, British and Americans exerted pressures on to obtain economic and strategic advantages in exchange of financial assistance and army force. The Iranians were restricted by the interferences of internal powers and trade sanctions. Also, when Mohamed Mossadegh (1881-1967) proposed to the Parliament the nationalization of oil as a principal resource of the country, his action was supported by a vast movement of people. As soon as the law of the nationalization of oil was rejected by the Parliament in March 1951, Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi summoned Mossadegh, and he became the symbol of the anti-imperialist fight. None of them retreated, and in fact it was the clash of the forces who were behind them. Iranian oil was boycotted for three years and government lost considerable incomes. The working class was upset and Mossadegh was dismissed and his activities were banned. And the regime became monarch dictatorially.
Enthusiastic followers of the Western model who believed Iran has the capacity to adapt it brought back Shah between 1956 and 1962, under the name of White Revolution white, which had special addressees in particular among rural population (as the majority of the country). But the redistribution of the grounds and reforms angered great landowners and the monks. These issued endangered their long-standing alliance.
The latter call into question their old alliance with the monarchical system and facing the regime whose forces had attacked Fayzia School started. The confrontation was from now on open. The attempt of the Shah to make pass a law protect the American experts and operands in the was barely accepted and the result was that the unrest in the country was going to explode
In November 1964, Ayatollah Khomeini was in exile in Turkey, then he was sent to exile in Najaf, in Iraq.
In the choking atmosphere of Savak which had been created in 1965, MKO (a group of suppressed elites and young students opposing the capitalist regime) was formed. Two main founders of this group were Ali Asgha Badiee Zadegan and Saeed Mohsen.
MKO, that had learnt lessons from the failure of 1963 resorted to new way of fighting: Armed Struggle.
This method is considered as a turning point in Iran's contemporary history. Before this date, there was no arm in the struggles and proving a king of calmness before the Shah's regime seemed necessary. Brutal suppression of the opponents of the Shah made them resort to weapons which have been described by Mohammed Ahmadi. Mojahedin have pointed out that their struggled is modeled on the revolution of Algeria, Cuba and Vietnam and that they have sent their supporters to the camps of Palestinian Liberation Organization, and to Lebanon and Syria.
At this time, their analysts had analyzed the factors leading to the failure of previous political movements in Iran. They list these factors as follows:
Lack of clear ideology
Lack of a central organization and organizational structure
Lack of popular support
Lack of charismatic leader
Lack of professional revolutionaries in recent years
Mojahedin have made permanent contacts with their separated members and day by day they increase their efforts to find solutions.
In the first years, the organization received money from the aids of market. Later, it enjoyed the gifts of exiled Iranians and some members were appointed to manage this work.
Very soon, we will witness a kind of network development in the form of international companies which acted in the field of rugs, gold and cars.
For decades, Western empires have waged a silent war against Iran, using tactics ranging from supporting known terrorist groups to deposing the country’s leaders and leveraging regional rivalries. The war...