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MKO's TV channel claimed that Mehrnoush Soluky has been arrested because of interviewing the families of those MKO members who'd been killed. By this, the MKO tried to tie Ms. Soluky's affair with security issues and to instigate Iranian security agencies to take harsher measures against her.
French Foreign Ministry released a statement 3 days ago, claiming that Mehrnoush Soluky, a France-based Iranian documentarian, was arrested in Iran, her film confiscated and then released. The statement quoted the spokesman for French Foreign Ministry saying that he was constantly in touch with French embassy in Tehran and that "Ms. Soluky visits French embassy regularly and we hope she could be allowed to return as soon as possible." Following this, MKO's TV channel claimed that Mehrnoush Soluky has been arrested because of interviewing the families of those MKO members who'd been killed. By this, the MKO tried to tie Ms. Soluky's affair with security issues and to instigate Iranian security agencies to take harsher measures against her. Even "iranliberty" website (belonging to Rajavi's gang in Germany, run by Mansoor Ghadrkhah) published a picture of her under the statement. It should be noted that this picture had not been published anywhere lese and it can be understood that the MKO is trying to complicate her case and make Iranian security agencies sensitive against her. Earlier also, the MKO acted against the families who'd gone to Iraq secretly in order to meet their loved ones in Camp Ashraf, which was aimed at sensitizing Iranian security agencies against these families. This proves that MKO's major need for the current situation is crises and bloodshed. This need by itself reflects the challenges and problems the cult is dealing with and that how they try to solve them by resorting to such tactics.

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