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Why they MKO doesn't point to the terrorist operations of Hojat Zamani that led to the killing of civilians, when praising his death?! Weren't the victims- including a Christian Iranian and another Muslim killed in the bombing of the court- human beings? Why did the MKO call Hojat an "agent" to send him towards death?!
Hojat Zamani was executed by the Iranian regime for his terrorist attack on Revolution Court, which led to the killing of four civilians. Reports on the execution of Hojat Zamani, and any other person who's sentenced to death (apart from the crimes he/she has committed) are grievous since human soul is against hatred, violence and blood shedding; but there are some people who create hatred, direct it towards terrorism in order to take advantage of the blood. The survival of violence-seekers is beholden to the blood of the victims of terrorism and victimized terrorists. There's no doubt that Hojat Zamani was a terrorist but we should accept that he was also the victim of terrorism- a number of opportunists have taken advantage of the blood he has shed and his blood shed. With this reasoning, you can answer this question why the MKO called Hojat's escape as tactic by the regime and caused his deportation to Iran in political-intelligence interactions. Mr. Zamani took advantage of his prison vacations and fled to Turkey. In the summer of 2003, he made contact with MKO intermediaries in Europe; he called his escape a victory and expected to be welcomed as a hero! But he was unbelievably treated unfriendly by the organization so that he was called an infiltrator from regime and he was said that "you are an agent of the regime's intelligence ministry and regime wants to play the old game with you"!! Although he had spent a long time with the cult of Mojahedin, he showed that he didn't know the cult and its ideology well! How did he expect to be welcomed heroically by the MKO, when the organization's beliefs are based on the following lines? "I we are not executed, we have not accomplished our duties as Mojaheds. We should do our best so that the enemy executes us. Then, our movement outreaches the events, enemy drops its weapons and then it should be accountable" (Founders' Book: p. 96) According to the rules of the cult, Hojat Zamani was condemned to be killed otherwise the MKO's model could be questioned; then, the MKO would have treated him as it did with Marjan Malek, Jamil Bassam, or Ibrahim Khodabandeh. Why they MKO doesn't point to the terrorist operations of Hojat Zamani that led to the killing of civilians, when praising his death?! Weren't the victims- including a Christian Iranian and another Muslim killed in the bombing of the court- human beings? Why did the MKO call Hojat an "agent" to send him towards death?! Did they have the right to intentionally send him towards death, and then hold ceremonies for him?! What was their reason to call his escape a tactic and to send him back to Iran?! The answers for these questions should be sought in MKO's thirst for blood. The way the MKO treated Hojat Zamani (sending him back to Iran after his escape) is a clear translation of self-immolation phenomenon in the MKO; they believe that you should burn yourself if you can't burn others… Why Maryam Rajavi doesn't set fire to herself in front of regime's embassy in Paris to protest to the execution of Hojat Zamani?

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