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France, as a great claimant of human rights, was one of the main supporters of the antihuman actions of a criminal organization called Mujahedin against Iranian nation.
Publish Date : 08:58 - 2020 July 19 France, as a great claimant of human rights, was one of the main supporters of the antihuman actions of a criminal organization called Mujahedin against Iranian nation.

France, the covert for the executionor of 60's

A leak on the calls between Masoud Rajavi and the authorities of Ba'ath party, revealed that the the cooperation of France and Mujahedin wasn't limited to defection of Masoud Rajavi. France and Washington were aware of the bombing in the office of the Prime Ministry and Jomhuri Party. Masoud Rajavi, in a meeting with the authorities of Ba'ath party said: "As you know, I was in Paris from 1981 to 1986. We weren't called terrorists in those times, although the White House and Elysée Palace knew who did the bombing, and who and why did the operation against the President. They were totally aware and they never labeled us as terrorists".

Javad Mansouri, the consular deputy of the ministry of Foreign Affairs, says: "It was too weird that even before any of Iran's authorities or new agencies published the news, the France news agency declared that "The President and the Prime Minister of Iran, were killed in a bombing in President's office". It can be told from the archives of that day, the France agency had announced the news before the Islamic Republic of Iran news agency. This is so important in historical observations, it's a proof for France's involvement in the incidents of that time.

Following a change in France government in 1995, Jacques Chirac, the new president, objected the presence of Iranian refugees in France. An expedition came to Iran, and offered an apology for supporting Rajavi in the past. So they were hopes that France would confront Mujahedin. Iran and France were constantly in touch but yet there seemed to be no intention to cooperate with Iran.

Mujahedin would do anything to stay in Paris, so they also spied for France. In the crisis known as "The war of embassies" the Liberation paper revealed: "The members of Mujahedin organization had stayed in France under the pretext of spying for the government, and the accusation of Vahid Gorji, Iranian diplomat living in Paris, was from the cooperation of the organization with the owners of French military industry and some of French politicians".

Paris, the center of conspiracy of Mujahedein and Ba'ath regime against Iran

The presence of Mujahedein in Paris, in such an important historical era, during the Imposed War, was the context of collaboration between Rajavi's mercenaries with Saddam. The France, which was one of the supporters of Ba'ath party, perfectly channeled them.

Masoud Rajavi mentioned a two-year relationship with the head of Ba'ath regime intelligence service in Paris in a meeting with General Taher Jalil Habush.

Paris also served Mujahedin with planning meetings between Rajavi and heads of Ba'ath regime intelligence service, which led to a contract of settlement between them. Rajavi says: " I remember when Tareq Aziz came over to our place in Paris and we signed the contract of settlement, and I said to the reporters that Khomeini will be defeated and the Iraqi nation and their resistance will be the winning side of the war".

The noteworthy point is the media coverage of the meeting and the settlement, which is the sign of the full scale support from French government. After the settlement, France was under pressure by public opinion and it was forced to transfer Mujahedein to Iraq, although the cooperation never ended.

France, with open arms for the terrorism of Rajavi

In 2001, England put Mujahedein on the list of terrorist groupuscules and banned their activities in London. Although the law didn't include the council of the organization, and the publication of Mujahed magazine. The European Union also put Mujahedin on the list of terrorists. After the overthrow of Saddam, the senior members of the organization returned to Paris. Maryam Rajavi and approximately 170 individuals, all the heads of the organization, were arrested and brought to trial in court, but they were released after a while.

Meanwhile, Mujahedin lobbied in international organizations, and specificly the US congress to get their name out of the list of terrorists. In 2007, the Strasbourg Court, the chief judicial reference in Europe, omitted their name from the list of terrorist groupuscules, and in 2009, the ministers of foreign affairs from 27 European countries, in a paradoxical attitude to their anti-terrorism claims, agreed that Mujahedin would no longer be on the " UN blacklist of terrorist organizations" in an assembly in Brussels.

It must be noted that France was the first volunteer to give them political asylum. The the claimant of freedom and human rights welcomed the terrorists.

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