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However, reports indicate that Camp Ashraf's Gestapo has failed in this effort; the crisis of defection of members continues more seriously. Many of critics in MKO have no trust in the promises of Rajavi's gang; many of them escape each day from the camp to reach defectors' camp next to Ashraf.
Why the MKO insists on immediate action against Iran? Remnants of Rajavi showed their anger over Moscow-Tehran talks and Iran negotiations with Europeans in Vienna, saying in their internet journal (Mojahedin, vol.790): "What's surprising is the insularity of compromisers who endanger the interest of Iranians as well as the security of their own, the region and the world. The question is that why don't they quit compromising after revelation of all these documents? … delaying the sanctions against regime, will provide regime with "time", the only factor it needs to get a nuke bomb." Maryam Rajavi also repeats MKO's requests as follows: "Referring Iran's nuclear case to the UN Security Council is a necessary step but other measures should also be put on the agenda as soon as possible; these measures include sanctions on oil, weapons, technology, diplomacy, removing terror tag from MKO".* Why do the remnants warn about any delay and ask for immediate action? This group claims that there's a global consensus against Iran and that the talks have failed, then why should it be worried? Mojahedin claims that opposes war and follows the action by Security Council, then they should be asked why they are afraid of diplomatic talks that can lead to referral of Iran's case to the Security Council? All this hurry can be justified in the decision of Rajavi's gang to stop defection of its members. Following this decision, Camp Ashraf's Gestapo started negotiating with protesting members, offering them some advantages and asking them not to leave the group. These negotiations were based on convincing the members to stay in Camp Ashraf temporarily; the offers were presented in two forms: 1. These members can stay in a separate place, equipped with TV, Radio and other accommodations; they shouldn't go to the camp of defectors and MKO is determined to provide them will all services. 2. Stay in the camp until Iran's nuclear case is referred to the UN Security Council (MKO has slyly tied this event to the removal of MKO's name from terrorist lists!) and after that they would be sent to European countries by the assistance of MKO. However, reports indicate that Camp Ashraf's Gestapo has failed in this effort; the crisis of defection of members continues more seriously. Many of critics in MKO have no trust in the promises of Rajavi's gang; many of them escape each day from the camp to reach defectors' camp next to Ashraf. The reason for MKO's emphasis on immediate action- which has increased recently due to the smell of US money and also due to the fear of being defeated by monarchists in receiving this money- is that the MKO can't stop the process of increasing defections.

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