Mr. Richard Armey! What are you expectations from Mojahedin Khalq Terrorist cult?
As you are aware, the ‘foreign policy’ of Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (MKO) has always been based on ‘incitement and war’ and to that end it exploits any kind of crisis and/or destabilisation.
The MKO ideology and way of thinking at the start of the revolution inside Iran was again based on aggravating the differences between the liberals and the religious fanatics and to survive in the gap between these two; a kind of ‘existence policy’ in a gap.
After that we witnessed the intensification of the war between Iraq and Iran and the desperate need of Saddam Hussein for the Mojahedin Khalq so that he gave them overt unlimited logistical and financial support. In reality you can say that the war was a God sent opportunity for the Mojahedin to reorganise themselves in Iraq and over time change themselves from an organisation with some support into a cult totally dependent on wars and crisis.
Dear Mr. Richard Armey,
Your acting on behalf of this organisation which is in effect promoting imperialist and aggressive objectives – the example of which is clearly visible in Afghanistan and Iraq -is understandable. And of course your antagonistic opposition to the Islamic Republic of Iran also can be considered as normal, but what is not so clear is your expectations of and your analysis of Mojahedin Khalq cult which has no actual support among the people of Iran and is so limited and irrelevant that it could not have any role in the political equations?
Do you find this Mojahedin, which throughout its entire history has used explosives to extinguish the fire of wars, trustworthy?
To clarify myself I would urge you to give more attention to the substance of the letter sent to you by Mr. Massoud Khodabandeh.
I sincerely hope that you, like many other Iranian, European and American politicians distance your good self from being used by the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation.
December 7, 2006
Massoud Jabani, December 7, 2006