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after chanting so many slogans against Imperialism, Mojahedin have now taken refuge in the heart of imperialism itself
Roshana website has published an article by Mr. Edward Tromadian, former member of MKO, in which he had commented on the Unity Meeting of Republicans. In part of the article, he wrote: "Not accepting the criticism, whether internally or externally, takes the struggle to a deadlock and leads to egoism and idolatry; such as Mujahaideen-e khalq organization which chants the slogan of "criticize and self-criticism" but the leaders of the organization have never had the patience of even a bit of criticism from inside or outside. This is one of the reasons of current situation of MKO. I say nothing about the egoism inside the MKO, because it needs a long discussion." Then, Tromadian, referring to the role of women in political activities adds: "Mojahedin should not think that they are taking women to the struggle, by creating Leadership council. In fact, they crush the personality of woman and by the name of so-called ideological revolution insult women- who have come to give their life for the freedom of people. But they age and wear in MKO's camps by hard physical work, and finally they should bear insults and dirty words. Why and what for? To prolong Mr. Rajavi's ruling? But now we see that, after decades of chanting slogans, they have gone into the bosom of the imperialism. This is called free-thinking and struggling for freedom. Today, humanity is advancing faster than before and the age of armed methods has come an end. People will never get back and they hate blood and bloodshed.

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