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Ayandegan, the independent mass-circulation daily, wrote that it had been predominantly the Feda'iyan and the MEK that had defeated the Imperial Guards.
Khomeini did not like the MEK'S philosophy, which "combined Marxist theories of social evolution and class struggle with a view of Shiite Islam that suggested Shiite clerics has misinterpreted Islam and had been collaborators with the ruling class." By early 1979, the MEK had organized themselves and recreated armed cells, especially in Tehran.
The MEK had managed to emerge from the underground onto the public arena.
Although it would soon enter into conflict with Khomeini.
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It was the "first Iranian organization to develop systematically a modern revolutionary interpretation of Islam – an interpretation that differed sharply from both the old conservative Islam of the traditional clergy and the new populist version formulated in the 1970s by Ayatollah Khomeini and his government".