Back in the old days in my hometown, like most other cities in Iran, there were two kinds of hookers. The first group were those who had gotten in the business of prostitution as victims of circumstances, mainly economic. These hookers knew that what they were doing was immoral, illegal, and worst of all, degrading to their humanity. They therefore were ashamed and tried to keep their trade a secret as much as possible. To that end, they would go out only late at night and sneak into neighborhoods other than their own, and do their tricks under the veil of darkness and under the literal veil of their chadors. In short, they were not proud of their profession.
However, there were a second genre of hookers (aka gendeh, fahesheh, khanum, etc.) who, due to their length of being prostitutes, and due to a total lack of moral aptitude, had lost all traces of shame and not only did not hide their trade, they even advertised it openly by way of outrageous dresses, vulgar behavior and bad mouthing any one who dared challenge their way of earning a living.
Mojahedin's chosen path and policies during the last two decades, and especially last several years, have put them squarely in league with the second type of hookers described above. They have chosen to openly and proudly spy for foreign powers, be it Saddam Hussein, King of Jordan, King of Saudi Arabia, and the crown of all, George W. Bush's State department, Pentagon, and CIA.
Mojahedin's frantic and desperate activities to bring about bombardment of Iran's nuclear facilities is betrayal of their homeland by all accounts. Their speaker, Alireza Jaafarzadeh, proudly declares during an interview that the intelligence MEK has been furnishing CIA with have always been original and "actionable," i.e., they show pilots were exactly to drop their bombs. Yet, Mojahedin argue that they are not spies, because if they were, they would not be proudly announcing their intelligence gathering and disseminating activities to the world. By the same token, the vulgar hookers who made their profession known to everyone were not prostitutes either!
One does not have to be a fan of Iran government to believe that destruction of that country's nuclear facilities will be a blow to the nation as a whole. These physical facilities have cost untold billions of dollars to build; and the scientists, engineers and technicians who run them are technological Iranians of the rare breed who cannot be easily replaced or replenished. Opposing any non-peaceful nuclear activity can be done by means other than inviting the B1-B bombers.
At the risk of making this long-irrelevant group relevant, the Iranian diaspora has a duty in exposing and shaming Massoud Rajavi and his organization. And this should be done without any fear of their thuggish and dahan derideh attack tactics.
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