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While the MKO was dreaming about taking advantage of the issue, they were freed and therefore the MKO changed its tactics suddenly and started making so much noise about pressurizing British sailors as if they forgot that they had claimed that British sailors had been detained by Iran in order to put pressure on the West for its nuclear program!
When one becomes weak, one psychological warfare tactic is to exaggerate unimportant issues and distort the main points or to forget them as far as possible. Such tactic was widely used by Radio Baghdad during Iraq's war against Iran. For instance, when Iran succeeded, they talked about tens of Iranians. Using means such as rumors, broadcasting selected reports and … was all tactics of Radio Baghdad which now seems to have been transferred wholly to the gang of Rajavi in order to enable this group to hide its failures. However, the historical experience has proved that such tactics couldn't help Saddam and his Baathist regime. One of such tactics is the one MKO used for the issue of British servicemen. While the MKO was dreaming about taking advantage of the issue, they were freed and therefore the MKO changed its tactics suddenly and started making so much noise about pressurizing British sailors as if they forgot that they had claimed that British sailors had been detained by Iran in order to put pressure on the West for its nuclear program! This is an old tactic of MKO, which does whatever it can in order to hide its failure. In this regard, Mohammed Ali Towhidi, in charge of MKO's propaganda unit, came to back innocent! British sailors and described how they had been tortured: "Forcing the sailors to confess on TV really shocking as when we heard they were detained. Faye Turney and other sailors shocked the world two times in less than two weeks: once when she appeared on TV with a scarf and confessed they had entered Iranian waters illegally and later when she showed up and said she feared being raped by her jailors. "They stripped me and put me in a dark cell. I feared they may rape and kill me. Once I thought they were making a coffin for me. They got my sizes and I heard they were working with hammer and saw." She also said that when Iranians asked her to write against Britain and the US she felt being a traitor to her country. 'I would have been tried for spying charges if I hadn't written that.'" These delusions are stupid enough but repeating them needs "Charlatanism", which the MKO is full of. The sound of hammer and saw when she thought they received her sizes to make a coffin! Elsewhere he says: "Joe Tindell, 21, who was arrested along with other 14 British sailors on March 23 said: "I thought they wanted to behead us one by one. A day after we were arrested, they took us to a jail. I feared the worst scenario may happen. On the second day, the situation changed and Revolutionary Guards changed their clothes and wore black uniforms… they tied our hands with plastic handcuffs, then they forced us to seat facing the wall. We heard the sound of breechblock. One of us said that we were going to be executed and another one vomited; He thought they were going to behead him. We were waiting for this to happen. They took us to a room and took photographs. Then we were taken to solitary confinement and for six days we didn't talk to or see anyone."* Someone said we were going to be executed and another one vomited! The bravery of British servicemen is comparable to that of MKO's leadership, who disappears as soon as something happens. But, what's this all about? 1. To hide and forget MKO's failure in crisis-making project, 2. To challenge revelations made by defectors and former members, who mostly (80 percent) have never been in prison. One should ask, "What's the reason for resorting to such tactics if it's not because of weakness and destruction"? ------------------------------------------- * Mohammed Ali Towhidi, Mojahed No. 849

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