Disputes in the NCRI escalate to a higher extent

Disputes in the NCRI escalate to a higher extent

Ebrahim Khodabandeh, Iran interlink, April 14 2015:… Apparently when Iraj Mesdaghi issued his first report about the unrealistic policies of the NCRI and directly questioned the cult leader Massoud Rajavi, and consequently Abdol Karim Qasim and Mohammad Reza Rouhani, two prominent members of the NCR, resigned …

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Disputes in the NCRI escalate to a higher extent

Recently I have received many letters and messages from members and supporters of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) and the National Council of Resistance (NCR), in particular from France, Iraq and Albania. These communications indicate that the long running disputes between the members and the officials inside the Council have escalated to an even greater extent so that this has become the main concern of the leaders.

Apparently when Iraj Mesdaghi issued his first report about the unrealistic policies of the NCRI and directly questioned the cult leader Massoud Rajavi, and consequently Abdol Karim Qasim and Mohammad Reza Rouhani, two prominent members of the NCR, resigned as a sign of protest and revealed many facts about the internal affairs of the Council, and Iraj Mesdaqi wrote his second report on the anniversary of the first one, and then the argument of Esmail Yaghmai with the organization erupted over financial scandals, an unusual atmosphere was created inside the NCR. This resulted in several sessions being held one after another over a short time, even though no session had been held for a long period.

The question “where is Massoud Rajavi?” continuously asked by the members and supporters has really taken the breath of the leaders. Of course the officials have no response to give but to insult and accuse the person asking such a question. The members of the NCR openly say that this a typical trick used by Cult leaders to sanctify themselves.

After all this, the authorities of the NCRI instructed the members to denounce their former colleagues; those who left the Council and criticized its internal undemocratic relations. As a result, articles in this regard were published by the likes of Mansur Qadarkhah and Parviz Khazai and others. But the majority refused to take part and did not accept to betray their old friends and repeat the MKO’s fabricated lies about them. Of course they had their own excuses. Some put it this way, that it would be better that they keep their contact with them in order to keep the way back to the NCR open for them. Some explained that they have family relationships and old friendship so they would be ashamed to turn against them. Some of course being under pressure by the MKO leaders did write something without mentioning any names just to comply with their demands.

Reports indicate that the NCR members openly bring their disputes for discussion to the sessions and complain about the lack of the minimum of democratic rights when decisions are made. The articles that the members write for the websites and publications are edited by NCR officials before being published and sometimes their contents are totally altered.

The NCR members argue that although the MKO members have accepted a super military discipline and they must accept orders without question, this obviously should not be the case for the NCRI members.

The present members of the NCRI discuss the term “national” in the National Council of Resistance and say that this means that the Council must contain all tendencies of the Iranian people, but in reality it only represents the MKO and its policies and ideas and only obeys the instructions of Massoud Rajavi. The same argument is put for the MKO satellite television program which is called “National TV” but only reflects the ideas of the Rajavi cult.

They also argue that the term “council” means that all decisions must be taken collectively after adequate discussion; otherwise it has no difference from the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization. They say that from the beginning it was accepted that the policies of the Council be criticized and opposed by the members, but now anyone doing so is accused of being at the disposal of the Iranian regime. This trick is constantly used to silence the discontented members, though the critics continue with their disputes. In many Western countries the members and supporters of the NCR talk about these issues openly and bluntly.

One other matter the members claim is that in recent years many members left the NCRI but no one was recruited, and all those proposed to become members were opposed by the MKO leaders who hold hegemony over the Council. They ask firstly, why they do not allow more dignitaries and organizations to become members and secondly, why the opinions of the present members, when they are not in agreement with the MKO policies, are immediately ruled out and suppressed.

We can deduct from the letters and messages received from within the NCRI, that we must expect more dispatches from the Council in the near future which will reveal more facts about the undemocratic internal relations of the NCRI.

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Massoud Khodabandeh
Article first published online: 27 JAN 2015
DOI: ۱۰٫۱۱۱۱/aspp.12164

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Sahar Family Foundation, December 18 2014:…  “Ebrahim Khodabandeh also met Ebrahim Jafari, Iraq’s Foreign Minister, and delivered to him the pleas of the families who anxiously want to visit their loved ones in Iraq. Mr. Jafari expressed his sympathy with the families and promised to try to help them. In this meeting Mr. Jafari emphasized …

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Ebrahim Khodabandeh asks Iraq’s FM Ebrahim Jafari to facilitate family visits for residents of Camp Liberty

The Tehran Centre of Nejat Society reported that Maryam Sanjabi and Ebrahim Khodabandeh, former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, aka Rajavi Cult) participated in the International Conference on World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) in Tehran on 9-10 Dec. 2014. During this conference, Ebrahim Khodabandeh had an opportunity to speak with Iraq’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ebrahim Jafari. Khodabandeh talked about the problems faced by the families who wish to visit their loved ones in Camp Liberty in Iraq, but who are denied that right by the MKO cult leader Massoud Rajavi.

Nejat Society’s report states that “over the two days of the conference, Sanjabi and Khodabandeh spoke to participants to give a brief report about the latest situation of Rajavi’s mind manipulating destructive cult (MKO). They emphasized the need to establish contact between the individuals trapped in Camp Liberty in Iraq in the hands of Rajavi, and their suffering families. In all cases, without exception, the addressees approved the necessity for this basic right to be fulfilled and made promises that they would do everything possible in their capacity to help this human rights issue which is the result of the whim of a violent extremist leader of a cult.”

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According to the report, “Ebrahim Khodabandeh also met Ebrahim Jafari, Iraq’s Foreign Minister, and delivered to him the pleas of the families who anxiously want to visit their loved ones in Iraq. Mr. Jafari expressed his sympathy with the families and promised to try to help them. In this meeting Mr. Jafari emphasized that the MKO is a terrorist cult which has committed many crimes against the people of Iraq and confirmed that it is the wish of all factions and tendencies that they should leave the country and that their leaders be prosecuted. He said that preventing the families from visiting their relatives shows by itself the nature of the leaders of this group.”

Sahar Family Foundation, which represents the suffering families of MKO members trapped in Camp Liberty in Iraq, wishes to thank Ms. Sanjabi and Mr. Khodabandeh, family rights activists, for their efforts and hopes that all those who actively work toward gaining the most basic rights for the families’ success in their good work.

Sahar Family Foundation

Dec. 15, 2014

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Ebrahim Khodabandeh in Baghdad

Nejat Bloggers, October 26 2014: …  He asked Mr. Ambassador to take any necessary action in order to facilitate contacts between suffering families and their love ones imprisoned in Liberty. Danaieefar in response promised to use any possible means to help Liberty residents find access to their families. Khodabandeh warned Iraqi officials on the threat liberty …

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Ebrahim Khodabandeh in Baghdad

Ebrahim Khodabandeh, former responsible of the MKO’s international relations visited some of Iraqi officials including two MPs Adnan Seraj and Adnan Shahmari. He also met the Iranian Ambassador in Baghdad Hassan Danaieefar.

In his recent trip to Baghdad, Iraq, he was interviews by some Iraqi media and newspapers including Al-Masar TV and Kul Al-akhbar Newspaper.

During these meetings, he described grieves of families of members of the Cult of Rajavi who are taken as hostages by the cult leaders in Camp Liberty, near Baghdad.

He asked Mr. Ambassador to take any necessary action in order to facilitate contacts between suffering families and their love ones imprisoned in Liberty. Danaieefar in response promised to use any possible means to help Liberty residents find access to their families.

Khodabandeh warned Iraqi officials on the threat liberty residents are exposed to. He emphasized the need to take serious action in order to prevent a human catastrophe in Camp Liberty who responsible is no one except Massoud Rajavi the Leader of the MKO cult. He asked Iraqi MPs to draw the attention of Iraqi administration and parliament to the human rights issue of Liberty hostages.

Ibrahim Khodabandeh was a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization who was arrested in Syria when he was on a mission for the organization. He was then transferred to Iran and imprisoned for five years.

After his release he turned into a vocal critic of the MKO’s cult-like abusive system. He is an active member of Nejat Society. A lot of his articles in both Persian and English and interviews with have been so far published.

As a former official on international relations of the MKO, Khodabande is meticulously informed about the true nature of the Cult of Rajavi. He has been the main speaker of various conferences on the terrorist cult-like substance of the MKO. Khodabandeh translated the famous book of Professor Margaret Thaler Singer “Cults in our Midst” to Persian.

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