A political mystery in Paris
Last week, I traveled to France to attend the annual conference of the Iranian People’s Mujahideen Organization. On the way to the conference, I saw the entire story of the mullahs’ rule over Iran for 39 years, as if I were watching a sad documentary film and a prison.
When these clerics overthrew the Pahlavi Dynasty and took power, they accused the monarchy of being a narrow, backward, backward regime. But what did those who considered themselves revolutionaries to Iran and the Iranian people do for decades? What have they done to the Iranian people? They gave Iran and the Iranian people nothing but death, destruction and destruction. In their era, the terrible economic collapse took place, and the Iranian currency fell at a terrible rate that even the calculators could
not even chase.
The mullahs’ regime has executed hundreds of thousands of Iranians. According to reliable sources of human rights, the number of political prisoners more than 240 thousand prisoners, and many of them are still waiting for their role in the death row.
In the light of all this, and many other dimensions of the tragic situation in Iran under the mullahs, it was natural that when I went to attend the MEK, it was in my mind to seek to see those who appointed themselves governors of Iran, Answers to many questions are raised in my mind.
The conference was held at the Expo Center in Paris near Charles de Gaulle Airport, for security reasons as we were told.
I had to admit at first that my surprise was too great for the conference. Hundreds of public figures, many of them well-known personalities from Western Europe, and America, including mayors, ex-MPs, retired congressmen, and so on.
We all know that all these public figures do not pay a penny of their pockets. They are welcome and are fully hosted at the expense of the conference organizers, who bear all the costs of tickets and accommodation.
Every word spoken by those in the conference is paid in advance. For them, this is a nice walk in their retirement.
The words that were delivered were fiery, but without any meaning or content. These words were filled with empty construction threats and warnings without any specific insights or practical solutions.
The fact that the speeches and speeches delivered by these people suggested that they were convinced that the Iranian regime would inevitably fall during the conference.
It is clear that the leaders of the PMOI are so oblivious that they do not know that the Iranian people, even though they are demonstrating against the regime, have not been considered once by the PMOI to represent or express it.
Of course, the Paris conference cost several million dollars. The question is: who financed these and paid these funds? Everyone who attended the conference was asking this question!
I heard one of the Western participants describe the conference by saying: “Who has a circus?
She left the conference hall angrily after three hours of listening to empty speeches without any content. Two of the organization’s leaders noted my departure and called me the next day to arrange an appointment to explain their views and ideas. I already met them at the hotel where I stayed, and the meeting lasted more than two and a half hours.
At the beginning of the meeting, they were asked one important question: Where is Massoud Rajavi (founder of the PMOI)? Is he dead or alive?
I deliberately ask them this question to test their honesty and honesty.
Their response to the question was a shocking one. They said he was alive, but he could not appear publicly for fear of threats to assassinate him.
We all know that after the invasion of Baghdad, Massoud Rajavi disappeared, and since then no one has seen or heard of him.
We know what happened during the organization’s annual conference on July 22, 2016. At that conference, Mariam Rajavi praised her husband Massoud as the organization’s leader, but a very prominent Arab politician named Masoud Rajavi twice as the late leader of the Mujahideen Khalq The word “late” refers to it.
When Mariam Rajavi heard this word, her face caught her, but she did not say a single word because the word “Marom” meant in Arabic an expression of condolence. It is remarkable that the translator completely ignored this word.
I tell this incident to draw attention to the fact that the leaders of the organization hide such facts can not serve their goal or credibility.
In fact, when I heard what the visitors told me about Massoud Rajavi, I realized immediately that the discussion with them was meaningless and meaningless.
The next day, an old friend I had not met for 38 years, a very well known in Iran, and a professor of economics at several universities, visited me. Dr. Shahin Fatmi, the nephew of Dr. Hussein Fatmi, Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Dr. Mohamed Mossadeq between 1951 and 1953. In the wake of the 1953 military coup, this virtuous man was executed in 1954.
Dr. Shaheen Fatimi is a calm man. When I met him, I told him my experience with the conference and my observations on it, and expressed his pleasure that I knew the truth myself close.
I asked Dr. Fatimi: How do you see the situation in Iran today, how do you evaluate it, and how do you see the future?
MP Hariri: There will be no future for Iran under the mullahs and religious theocracy. But be aware that the mullahs will not disappear so suddenly and simply. The mullahs are well aware that their rule is unsuccessful and popularly oppressed, but like all tyrants, they live in a state of illusions. Today, they believe that the only way to save them from all these disasters they have created themselves is to enter into a new war. They believe that such a war will save them and will distract the attention of the people, just as happened when the war broke out between Iraq and Iran 38 years ago.
“The war with Iraq saved many mullahs in the name of the homeland and defending the homeland,” Dr. Fatmi continued. They dream of repeating the experience of war again. Such wars are the basic tools for the survival of the mullahs, but they overlook the fact that the Iranian people today in 2018 are very different from him in 1980.
No one denies that the mullahs have an army of more than a million soldiers, recruited by brainwashing.
Dr. Fatimi said in the end: In light of this, the salvation of Iran requires wisdom, not just emotions. The Iranian people, despite the fact that they are demonstrating daily, are waiting for a mass popular uprising that is taking place all over the country. But so far, there is no single leader that the people can bring together and lead such an uprising.
On the way out of Paris, I thought about Dr. Fatmi. I thought especially that Iran’s treatment of its intractable diseases could not be at the hands of foreign doctors from abroad who were prescribing treatment. The treatment comes from inside Iran itself.