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This fact couldn't be ignored that while Iran's being accused of terrorism, suppressing freedoms and having an undemocratic president, the West tries to disrupt his speech and oppose his proposals on dialog. On the issue of MKO, it should be noted that Rajavi, as the leader of the group, has never attended a QA meeting for the past 30years. The leader of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq is not ready to hear the questions and criticisms of his own members. He has gone into hiding for the past 4 years because of fears of answering questions and his puppets have forbidden it for members to ask about his whereabouts.
The Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad headed to New York this week to address the UN General Assembly. His travel to the US received a lot controversy from the very beginning, the examples of which could be found in the media. Of course, it was not limited to his speech at the General Assembly and included several other plans, such as his controversial speech at the University of Columbia. Meanwhile, the enemies of Iran opposed his presence in the US and even asked the UN's Secretary General and the US administration not to grant him a visa. They also expressed regret that Columbia University had invited him for speech and called for its cancellation. His speeches, in the University and the General Assembly, received protests by these people. The sponsors of these protests against Mr. Ahmadinejad were Zionists and the terrorist MKO. Israel's Foreign Affairs Minister Tzipi Livni spoke against Iran among protestors in front of Columbia University and at the same time, Maryam Rajavi sent a message for protestors. They were both upset and angry that he (Ahmadinejad) was allowed to give speech. "It's a surprising contradiction in Westerners' behavior to accept the leader of Mullahs' president; it's surprising because they call the Iranian regime a threat to the world's peace and security on one hand and they want to keep their ties with it on the other," Rajavi said. These protests were not given enough attention by the media. Instead, they were interested in Iranian president's speech at the Columbia University, which came with questions by students and teachers. The meeting started with University's dean insulting the president (some admit that it was done under the pressure of the US administration and Zionist lobby) and there were efforts to disrupt it. According to John Bolton and Haaretz newspaper, the meeting ended with the victory of Ahmadinejad and the failure of those seeking to present a wrong image from Iran. Terrorist group of Mojahedin-e khalq welcomed the comments of University's dean, censored Ahmadinejad comments and focused on negative views of American media about Ahmadinejad in order to show that it was a failure for Iran. Even if we accept MKO's analysis on the issue, one could understand with a simple comparison that it this approach itself is a victory for Iran and a failure for discredited opposition, including the MKO. This fact couldn't be ignored that while Iran's being accused of terrorism, suppressing freedoms and having an undemocratic president, the West tries to disrupt his speech and oppose his proposals on dialog. On the issue of MKO, it should be noted that Rajavi, as the leader of the group, has never attended a QA meeting for the past 30years. The leader of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq is not ready to hear the questions and criticisms of his own members. He has gone into hiding for the past 4 years because of fears of answering questions and his puppets have forbidden it for members to ask about his whereabouts. The more the MKO works to spread propaganda on Ahmadinejad's visit to New York, the more it becomes discredited and the more it's revealed about its undemocratic nature.

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