NCRI - Iran’s state-run Resalat daily in its Tuesday edition on May 16th described questioning the mullahs’ crimes against the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as a red line and a grave political sin.
“A grave sin in the election is crossing the Islamic establishment’s red lines, meaning the same red lines the enemies of the Iranian people in the past 38 years have dreamed of.
“If a candidate questions the firm measures of the Islamic establishment against the (PMOI/MEK), they will have committed a ‘grave political sin.’ If a candidate seeks to delight the enemy by weakening the state’s revolutionary entities, such as the Revolutionary Guards, that are maintaining the country’s security, they, too, will have committed a ‘grave political sin.’ If a candidate, in one voice with the enemy, dubs the spirit of jihad and resistance with terms such as extremism or violent, they, too, will have committed a ‘grave political sin.’
“The election fever coming to an end is not the end of the world. In fact, its continuation, in this world or the next, is an opportunity to settle the scores and review one’s ‘grave political sins,’” this daily threatened.