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On the attack in Paris, it should be noted that since a few days ago, MKO websites had started instigating their supporters and members to take aggressive measures against a meeting "The Association of Protecting Refugees' Rights" was going to hold. It was important for MKO to disrupt this meeting since they believed it gave the upper hand to former members and defectors.
Twenty-seven years ago, wherever the name of Mojahedin could be heard, there were complaints about the existence of a phenomenon called "bludgeoning"! They claimed that should they be given a chance, they could exterminate the roots of bludgeoning; they also attributed this phenomenon to "Islamic Republic Party", which they called the governing party. Meanwhile, it should be noted that if the MKO had any evidence on this, they would have gone further and revealed it. Besides, the leadership of MKO was later behind all such things and MKO's "social unit" was tasked with organizing clashes, instigating the critics and hiding behind the president (of that time) as well as organizing demonstrations under the name of his supporters. "Self-Striking" was a typical method of MKO and as far as it concerns undeniable documents, witnesses of two cases of such a phenomenon are still alive. One of the cases in Kermanshah was exposed by Mohammed Reza Eskandari and in another one, Mahmoud Kamali Sadeghian in Mashhad revealed that he had been kidnapped and torture by the MKO so that the group could use it as a propagandistic means in order to inflame the society; these are clear examples that one could use prove that this has been MKO's method since a long time ago. Reports on MKO mobs' attack on the meeting of Iranians in France reminds us of those old days; and it comes from the undemocratic, brutal nature of the group. Rajavi's gang, unable to take part in healthy political campaigns, always try to create crisis and is even ready to shed blood; it's prepared to victimize its forces, recruited and kept only for such purposes. On the attack in Paris, it should be noted that since a few days ago, MKO websites had started instigating their supporters and members to take aggressive measures against a meeting "The Association of Protecting Refugees' Rights" was going to hold. It was important for MKO to disrupt this meeting since they believed it gave the upper hand to former members and defectors. Therefore, one should know that it was very important for sponsors to hold their meeting and MKO's claims that former members were ready for the clash are totally baseless. Naturally, anyone who announces his will to hold a meeting tries to do it not to disrupt it! The opposite is true about those who want to disrupt such gatherings. Anyway, MKO should know that these acts in France, which is now carefully and sensitively watching the group, would have negative consequences for the leadership, much worse than the consequences of the meetings that, by MKO's claims, host only a few people.

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