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That you say Israel's crimes can boost Iran's position in the region shows your understanding of the events; so don't you think MKO's policies- to make alliance with warmongers and defending Israeli peace plan, and supporting the strategic slogan of imperialists (Big Middle East) to establish democracy!- are intentionally planned to help Israeli criminals and to receive advantages in return?
"The criminal army of Israel has raided the innocent Palestinians in Gaza Strip only with the excuse that it wants free a kidnapped Israeli soldier; so far, tens of innocent Palestinians have been killed and many building destroyed. Bombing bridges and power plants, homes and shops in Gaza is an unjustifiable crime. On the other hand, detaining 8 ministers and 23 members of Palestinian Parliament reveals the true nature of the trumpery slogans of democracy by Americans and Europeans and their support for Middle East people's "right to vote". There' no doubt that this raid had been planned earlier by Israelis and its coincidence with world cup football matches is not accidental. Israelis claim they've targeted Gaza to retaliate an attack on a military post, but this justification can dupe only criminals and their international supporters." The text above is a part of a joint statement by Bizhan Niabati and Kourosh Erfani, which was published on Didgah website. In the statement, referring to the brutal crimes of Israel, they asked for proper reaction from political forces and announced that: "All Iranians and progressive forces should react and protest to this inhuman crime, which has been planned and done before the eyes of the US, European states and the UN. It's not legitimate to stay silent toward this crime." Now, one should ask these two (who have always been supporting the MKO): 1. Your identity comes from movement you believe is the only alternative for the political scene of Iran. By cooperating with Zionist lobbies, this very movement waved Israeli flag during Iran-Mexico football match. Why didn't you protest to taking part in Zionists' crimes at that time? 2. Don't you know that current policies of the MKO are based on unification with Israel and supporting its interests? 3. Your political approach is a hollow, unpopular policy, taken from your own understanding from the interests of a certain group, which is now only an ally of Israel. 4. That you say Israel's crimes can boost Iran's position in the region shows your understanding of the events; so don't you think MKO's policies- to make alliance with warmongers and defending Israeli peace plan, and supporting the strategic slogan of imperialists (Big Middle East) to establish democracy!- are intentionally planned to help Israeli criminals and to receive advantages in return?

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