Trusting the cult of Rajavi to fight inequalities is a huge gaffe

Trusting the cult of Rajavi to fight inequalities is a huge gaffe

Rajavi_Faisal_1Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, September 13 2016:…  The recent move by the MKO to embrace Arab states and Arab separatists is just another effort to find financial sponsors to replace Saddam Hussein. Adam Ereli, a lobbyist for Qatar and former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain attended the MKO’s recent panel in Washington. He is an often-quoted critic of the Iran deal in the media and lobbyist for one of Iran’s biggest regional rivals, Qatar.”Over the past year, news outlets have consistently … 

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Trusting the cult of Rajavi to fight inequalities is a huge gaffe

Human society is dreaming the day that people will live together in peace regardless of their gender, ethnic, race, religious and national differences. Illuminated, open-minded people think of a society in which people value their most important common characteristic: humanity. Humanity is the basic notion for the qualities that make us human, such as the ability to love and have compassion, be creative, and not be a robot or alien. To achieve such ideals in a human society, one should trust those who actually practice the criteria of humanity not a destructive cult of personality like the Mujahedin Khalq with a dark history of violence and discrimination.

The Iranian nation includes a variety of ethnic minorities living in different parts of the country. This means that the Iranian territory has the potential capacity for separatist groups. As Mohammad Sahimi the Iranian-American professor suggests, the US and Israel alliance have founded their strategy on using this capacity to create what they call the “new Middle East”. They mostly succeeded to make this strategy work in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon but not in Iran.

“One approach that had been discussed for years and is now being seriously pursued is inciting ethnic unrest and creating puppet separatist groups or “liberation movements” in Iran’s provinces where ethnic groups other than Persians make up a significant portion of the population,” writes Sahimi. “They include Iran’s two Azerbaijan provinces, Kurdistan, and the oil-rich province of Khuzestan, where a small but significant part of the population is Iranian-Arab.” [1]

As it is known to everyone, the MKO is also one of the US-Israeli backed dissident groups to push Iran to turn into a client state. The MKO in its turn has so far cooperated with separatist group like Kurdish Pejak and now it is endeavoring to attract other separatists like Ahwazi Arabs. This year, the group annual gathering in Paris provided an opportunity for Ahwazi figures like Karim Abdian who might be so pleased to see Saudi Prince Turkie Faisal there calling for the fall of the Iranian government.

Karim Abdian announced his pleasure in an article published by Asharq Al-awsat. He writes about his experience of being in the list of MKO sponsors: “There appeared to be a drive to reach out to others in the Iranian opposition as well as Arab governments, in an effort to forge wider solidarity. Invited to attend for the first time, I headed a moderate Ahwazi Arab delegation as we sought to respond to the MEK’s offer to give our cause a fair hearing.” [2]

Abdian believes that the MKO is a reliable entity to unite with to form a federal state. As a matter of fact, federalism is the aim of certain separatists. Professor Sahimi asserts that in 2005, the American Enterprise Institute, the bastion of the neoconservatives, held a conference, “The Unknown Iran: Another Case for Federalism?” According to him the conference “, as usual, was attended by some who claim to represent a portion of the Iranian population. But the conference also provoked wide protests by Iranians.”[3]

While Karim Abdian resorts to the Cult of Rajavi as a trustable “non-Persian” opposition group, he indicates his ignorance about the current Mujahedin Khalq by recalling Ayatollah Taleqani as “the MEK’s ideological father”. He fails to know that Massoud Rajavi has been the absolute leader of the cult for at least the past 35 years. He counts on the MKO alliance saying, “In a positive move, Dr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, the head of MEK’s foreign relations, stated in recent interviews with Al-Arabiya and Alkhabriah that MEK seeks the same autonomy for the Kurdish, Arab, Baloch, Azeri, Turkmen and Lur regions as well.”[4]

The recent move by the MKO to embrace Arab states and Arab separatists is just another effort to find financial sponsors to replace Saddam Hussein. Adam Ereli, a lobbyist for Qatar and former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain attended the MKO’s recent panel in Washington. He is an often-quoted critic of the Iran deal in the media and lobbyist for one of Iran’s biggest regional rivals, Qatar.”Over the past year, news outlets have consistently failed to disclose his work on behalf of Qatar when publishing his attacks on the White House’s nuclear diplomacy,” writes Eli Clifton of Lobelog. [5]

“Ereli wouldn’t be the first MEK-advocate with Sunni-Gulf ties to jump on the MEK’s bandwagon,” suggests Clifton. “Prince Turki bin Faisal al-Saud, the former head of the Saudi intelligence agency and longtime ambassador to the U.S., praised MEK leader Maryam Rajavi at the group’s annual gathering last July, in Paris. Prince Turki’s appearance, and his show of open support for the MEK, lends new credence to the rumors that the Sunni Gulf states are a possible source for the group’s mysterious funding.” [6]

Professor Sahimi accurately conclude that “the efforts to break Iran up will ultimately fail, as Iran has existed for thousands of years”. [7]Separatists and their allies particularly the Cult of Rajavi should know that Iranian nationality is one single identity that all ethnic minorities of Iran are living under it and brightened Iranians are those who seek a peaceful world together with all human beings of all races, religions and ethnic backgrounds. Mujahedin Khalq have indicated that humanity does not mean to them, what matters to the Rajavis is the survival of their cult of personality.

By Mazda parsi

Sources:

[1] Sahimi, Mohammad, Stop Supporting Separatist Groups in Iran, Antiwar.com, October 15, 2012

[2] Abdian, Karim, How the Iranian Opposition can Unite and Win?,Asharq Al-Awsat, September 4,2016

[3] Sahimi, Mohammad, Stop Supporting Separatist Groups in Iran, Antiwar.com, October 15, 2012

[4] Abdian, Karim, How the Iranian Opposition can Unite and Win?,Asharq Al-Awsat, September 4,2016

[5] Clifton, Eli, Congressional Research Service Expert and Gulf Lobbyist Headline MEK Event, LobeLog

August 31, 2016

[6] ibid

[7] Sahimi, Mohammad, Stop Supporting Separatist Groups in Iran, Antiwar.com, October 15, 2012

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From Democratic Centralism to Dictatorship in the MKO (Mojahedin Khalq Organization, Rajavi cult) 

Massoud_Rajavi_Marxist_notMazda Parsi, Nejat Society, April 26 2016:… As for the MKO this legacy turned into a human tragedy. Democratic Centralism became a tool of domination over all members of the group. The so called struggles for liberation of the Khalq – ruled by Massoud Rajavi- produced a totalitarian cult of personality that required members to obey the leader blindly. Massoud Rajavi’s monopoly of power illegalized all criticism and opposition against the leadership … 

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From Democratic Centralism to Dictatorship in the MKO (Mojahedin Khalq Organization, Rajavi cult)

مسعود رجوی مرکزیت دموکراتیک

Democratic Centralism was once a principal of the Communist Party Organization by which members take part in policy decisions, and elections at all levels but must follow decisions made at higher levels. Many Marxist –oriented groups formed during early years of the 20th century and eventually during the 1960s in Iran tried to follow the principals of democratic centralism. This was a catastrophic legacy that the communist parties have left the Mujahedin Khalq Organization, too.

As for the MKO this legacy turned into a human tragedy. Democratic Centralism became a tool of domination over all members of the group. The so called struggles for liberation of the Khalq – ruled by Massoud Rajavi- produced a totalitarian cult of personality that required members to obey the leader blindly. Massoud Rajavi’s monopoly of power illegalized all criticism and opposition against the leadership.

Democratic centralism was supposed to be based on democracy in deciding and unity in action but this was not practically fulfilled. Particularly in the MKO, while the formulation of democratic centralism traditionally promoted election of all positions, this has not been done in the group. The leader of the MKO has not been changed for nearly 40 years. Besides, all the positions in the group’s hierarchy are assigned by the superior officials. Thus, election is unheard of in the MKO.

In fact, the convergence of power and centralization, created a situation in which the method of determining leaders became shadowy in practice. In the ceremony they call elections in the MKO – which is only held for a few high- ranking members– one person is introduced for a position by his superiors, then the audience is asked: ”Does anyone oppose this election?” definitely, nobody dares to express his opposition. No one raises his hand. This way, the person is determined for the position!

Historically, the decline of democracy has been repeated in all structures under democratic centralism. The most notable example is the former Soviet Union. As the central bodies are empowered in these structures, the power is eventually shifted away from membership. Members of the MKO also became a tool of carrying out orders of Massoud Rajavi rather than being empowered and developed to think and act as creative corps. Moreover, members are forbid from expressing disagreements to their superior officials.

Central bodies of the MKO attempt to manage information and perception of events to maintain their own dominance. Therefore, the democratic centralism has turned into a dictatorship in practice. Centralism seems to be an undemocratic notion in essence. Any kind of dictatorship under any name or motivation is unhuman. Furthermore, the history has showed that these kind of structures of power are not stable and consequently will lead to a lot of negative results. The main and the worst result might be the slavery of thousands of people inside the MKO Camps.

Mazda Parsi

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MKO, God Father of Suicide bombers! Mujahedin Khalq ‘s Cultism

Recent suicide attacks in Belgium capital, a park in Pakistan and a stadium in Iraq have resulted in dramatic loss of lives. All attacks were operated by the extremist terrorist suicide bombers who left their own life behind to take the lives of a large number of innocent people.

What makes a person to commit a suicide bombing?

Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult Suicide bombers

To understand the motives behind suicide bombing many people try to excuse or approve it. It seems easier to assume that suicide bombers are just malicious characters who hate their victims but terrorism is not a simple phenomenon with easy explanations. Actually a wide variety of motives and factors are involved. For analyzing these motives and factors the Mujahedin khalq Organization (the MKO) is a significant example of such terror acts.

The group may be one of the first role models of suicide bombers for extremists through the history.

One may also think that suicide bombers are crazy or psychopathic or that they lack moral feelings but most terrorists are not psychologically deviant and do not operate outside the normal rules of behavior, but are instead ordinary people from ordinary backgrounds. A glance at personalities of current and former members of the MKO indicates that the majority of them are from average Iranian families with religious or/ and honorable backgrounds. Most of them are smart, university educated individuals with intellectual tendencies.

Nonetheless, the crucial point about them is that they believe that their violent actions, while somewhat regrettable, are justified and noble. Moreover, their emotional commitment to their cause and their comrades and particularly their leader is revealing of normal human psychology. Often their actions do not ultimately stem from hatred, but rather from love of their leader and from absolute obedience to the orders of the leader. But, how leader can convince such people to commit the most atrocious acts?

In case of the MKO, in better words “the Cult of Rajavi”, the leader Massoud Rajavi manipulated his rank and file with a very complicated methodology of indoctrination. Massoud’s followers were indoctrinated that killing the innocent is inevitable consequence of fighting for the cult’s cause. Members of the cult of Rajavi were manipulated that these missions were the only way to fight for their leader. They were then glorified as martyrs.

Although the realization that MKO terrorists view themselves as soldiers engaged in a just war does not legitimize their cause or methods, it does provide some insight into their motivation. The MKO’s history is overwhelmed with suicide bombings, self-immolations and swallowing cyanide capsules just because these acts were wisely indoctrinated in the minds of members.

After the 1979 revolution in Iran, when the MKO began to fight the newly established Islamic Republic government, the MKO suicide bombers assassinated dozens of the Iranian officials and civilians. The suicide bombers were glorified in the group’s journal as suicide martyrs.

Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult Suicide bombers

More than two decades later, suicide was repeated in the MKO history in a much more horrifying form: self-immolation. Following the arrest of the group’s co-leader Maryam Rajavi by the French Police, a dozen of the cult followers set themselves on fire in European cities to protest the arrest of the co-leader. These horrific acts in the heart of Europe revealed one important issue: The MKO is a destructive cult of personality. Self-immolators showed that they do not follow their leaders but they worship them. This was the very consequence of Massoud Rajavi’s methodology in his modern slavery.

Today, the IS and other extremist groups should be watched and destroyed but groups like the MKO seems to be more threatening because they freely have bases in Europe with hundreds of brainwashed slaves who are ready to scarify themselves for their leaders despite the group’s propaganda for human rights and democracy.

Mazda Parsi

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Elimination Projects (Mehdi Eftekhari and Mehdi Katiraei) 

Mehdi_Eftekhari_Mojahedin_KhalqNejat Society, February 28 2016:… After the so-called ideological revolution that turned the MKO into a destructive cult, Katiraei was a member of the group’s political office. Like Ali Zarkesh, he was opposed to the establishment of the National Liberation Army. “He was strictly against the establishment of the NLA so Massoud Rajavi was very angry with him,” says Mohammad Karami.” Because of his critics against the group’s strategy, he was demoted to rank … 

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Elimination Projects in the MKO – Mehdi Eftekhari

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مهدی افتخاری مجاهدین خلق

“Stalin killed over fifty members of the soviet communist party who opposed his plans for reform in one night and nothing happened,” asserted Massoud Rajavi in a public meeting inside the Mujahedin Khalq. This way, he justifies the removal of each and every person who disagrees with him.

Mehdi Eftekhari (commandant Fathollah) was one of the key members of the MKO’s central committee and its political office. He was the group’s top military commandant who operated certain terrorist acts of the MKO against the Islamic Republic. He was the one who managed Rajavi’s flight to flee Iran for Paris but three decades later, he was demoted to growing vegetables in a his small garden in the corner of Camp Ashraf. Rajavi eliminated all those high-ranking members of the MKO with whom he shared his rank. Since then, he became the absolute power of the cult.

Mehdi Eftekhari was an active member of the MKO who lost his first wife in the group’s disastrous operation against Iran, the “Eternal Light”. Then, Massoud Rajavi ordered him to marry another female member of the group but not so long after the second marriage, he was forced to divorce his wife. This was an organizational order to the entire members of the group, who according to Massoud were not enough dedicated to the group’s cause and because of that they were responsible for the failure of the Eternal Light! Through his so-called Ideological Revolutuon, Massouid forbid marriage and made celibacy mandatory. Practically he turned the group into a cult.

According to a defector’s weblog, bandrajavi.blogfa, Massoud Rajavi made all members sign a bond under this title “we have no exit”. In the meeting, Massoud threatened his rank and file, “those who want to leave will be faced with the iron fist!”. However, Mehdi Eftehkhari expressed his determination to leave the group. “I want to leave the organization, what should I do?” he asked Massoud Rajavi. Eventually, Mehdi was summoned to the scene by Rajavi who was awfully angry with him. Rajavi humiliated him in front of his lower ranks in the hall severely.

Based on several articles and testimonies of MKO defectors, he was then under the sever peer pressure in the group’s meetings. Certain defectors remember a meeting in 1991, in which Massoud Rajavi suppressed Eftekhari accusing him of different charges, verbally abusing him…but Mehdi’s reaction was silence!

Since then Commandant Fathollah turned into a depressed and isolated walking dead! He suffered the constant suppression and peer pressure in the group’s indoctrination sessions. He was diagnosed with cancer but he did not receive proper medical treatment. He died in Camp Ashraf in 2011.

Elimination Projects in the MKO – Mehdi Katiraei

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The second part of the series on the assassinations committed by the MKO authorities, contains the elimination of another high-ranking member of the group named “Mehdi Katiraei” whose pseudonym was “commandant Sasan”.

Former member of the MKO, Mohammad Karami introduced Mehdi Katiraei in his interview with Mardom TV: “He was the deputy commandant of the June 20th protest which marks the start of the MKO’s armed struggle against Islamic Republic. He was then in charge of training partisans in Iraqi Kurdistan.”

After the so-called ideological revolution that turned the MKO into a destructive cult, Katiraei was a member of the group’s political office. Like Ali Zarkesh, he was opposed to the establishment of the National Liberation Army. “He was strictly against the establishment of the NLA so Massoud Rajavi was very angry with him,” says Mohammad Karami.” Because of his critics against the group’s strategy, he was demoted to rank and files.”

Then, Mehdi was brought to trial and sentenced to death by Massoud. He was imprisoned in the SouthWestern side of Camp Ashraf. Later, Massoud Rajavi launched his Eternal Light operation against Iran. It was a great opportunity for him to get rid of dissatisfied members such as Ali Zarkesh, Majid Hariri, Mehdi Katiraei and many others.

During that catastrophic operation, Mehdi was shot to death from behind.

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Elimination projects in Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult, MKO, MEK) – Part one (Ali Zarkesh) 

Ali Zarkesh YazdiNejat Society, February 20 2016:… Ali Zarkesh might be the most important figure in the MKO whose removal from the group has been very controversial. Ali Zarkesh was the second person of the MKO and actually Massoud Rajavi’s rival. In 1986 Zarkesh was sentenced to death penalty by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. Mohammad Hossein Sobhani, former member of the MKO, wrote a book on his life in the MKO, titled “Dark Days of Baghdad” in which he … 

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Elimination projects in Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult, MKO, MEK) – Part one (Ali Zarkesh)

Ali Zarkesh YazdiAli Zarkesh Yazdi in prison before revolutions

In a dictatorship maintaining of absolute power requires one important action: elimination of opponents. As a totalitarian cult of personality, the Mujahedin Khalq Organizaion (the MKO) could not survive for over three decades without eliminating the opponents and critics inside the group. According to various reports and testimonies, there have been numerous cases of assassination of dissident members of the Cult of Rajavi. Some of these assassinations were then reported by the group’s media as suicide or even martyrdom.

These series of editorials will cover certain cases of internal eliminations in the MKO which are more significant in the group’s history and have been confirmed by several witnesses although there must be many more secret murders in the cult that few people might know about them.

Ali Zarkesh might be the most important figure in the MKO whose removal from the group has been very controversial. Ali Zarkesh was the second person of the MKO and actually Massoud Rajavi’s rival. In 1986 Zarkesh was sentenced to death penalty by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi.

. Mohammad Hossein Sobhani, former member of the MKO, wrote a book on his life in the MKO, titled “Dark Days of Baghdad” in which he recounts the case of Ali Zarkesh in details. According to the book, Zarkesh’s death sentence was then reduced to imprisonment.

As Massoud Rajavi wrote in a letter to one of the group’s high-ranking member, Saeed Shahsavandi, Zarkesh was punished because he had “repositioned”! What kind of repositioning deserves death punishment?

Based on the testimonies of former members the answer was never revealed. But again based on facts witnessed by former members, Zarkesh criticizes Massoud Rajavi’s armed struggle policy for it doesnot result in the overthrow of the Islamic Republic. He is against the establishment of the so-called National Liberation Army (Saddam’s Private Army) because he sees it as a mistaken failed strategy.

Despite his opposition against military invasion, Ali Zarkesh is treated as an ordinary soldier in the MKO’s military operation across Iranian borders “Eternal Light” (Forough Javidan). He is simply killed in that disastrous operation in which a large number of the group forces were sent to death.

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From: History of Iran Saddam’s Private Army: How Rajavi changed Iran’s Mojahedin from armed revolutionaries to an armed cult By: Anne Singleton, Iran-Interlink, 2003:

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When the Ideological Revolution was announced in 1985, the guerrilla fighters were led by Ali Zarkesh. Upon hearing these changes, Zarkesh dismissed the Ideological Revolution and refused to recognise Rajavi’s new self-proclaimed role as well as that of his wife. As far as Zarkesh was concerned, there was no place for such individualism in the organisation. The Mojahedin were fighting one of the most suppressive regimes in the world’s recent history. Those inside Iran were having a desperate time of it and hadn’t the luxury of playing power games within the organisation. They were daily risking life and limb to carry out the Mojahedin’s original aim, which was to break the atmosphere of repression by fighting back against and thereby exposing, the weaknesses of Khomeini’s suppressive forces. They were stoically pursuing Rajavi’s own seven-sevenths policy with few resources and little in the way of success.
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