Iran-Interlink Weekly Digest – April 14, 2017

Iran-Interlink Weekly Digest – April 14, 2017

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Inerlink, April 14 2017:… This week marked the anniversary of the death of General Sayad Shirazi – a war hero during the Iran-Iraq war. Saddam Hussein ordered the MEK to assassinate Shirazi for a specific amount of money which was then paid to Massoud Rajavi. At the time of his assassination Shirazi was retired and living as an ordinary citizen without any security. The head of the terror team, Zohreh Ghaemi, was later deliberately left in Camp Ashraf without … 

زهره قائمی فرمانده ترور صیاد شیرازیZohre Ghaemi in Camp Ashraf, the commander of the team which assassinated General Sayad Shirazi (Iranian war hero)

زهره قائمی کمپ اشرف 2Massoud and Maryam Rajavi deliberately left Zohreh Ghaemi and other top commanders to be killed and still refuse to give access to 42 witnesses to these crimes

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Iran-Interlink Weekly Digest – April 14, 2017

Iran Interlink weekly digest exposing mojahedin khalq rajavi cult mek mko ncri++ This week marked the anniversary of the death of General Sayad Shirazi – a war hero during the  Iran-Iraq war. Saddam Hussein ordered the MEK to assassinate Shirazi for a specific amount of money which was then paid to Massoud Rajavi. At the time of his assassination Shirazi was retired and living as an ordinary citizen without any security. The head of the terror team, Zohreh Ghaemi, was later deliberately left in Camp Ashraf without protection by Rajavi to be killed by Iraqi tribes. Former MEK Struan Stevenson then wrote a book for the MEK praising her terrorist activities. Every year at this time Iran broadcasts programmes about Shirazi the war hero to remind people how the MEK betrayed their country and about the crimes of Saddam Hussein.

++ This week Farsi commentators reacted with disdain to Rajavi’s hysterical reporting of Trump’s bombing of Syria. According to these writings Rajavi has become more extreme than the Syrian opposition itself. Rajavi says the American reaction was insufficient, there should be more bombing of Syria and that the ultimate aim should be to bomb Iran. Commentators decried the dirty and treacherous MEK for claiming to be Iranian.

++ Several reports mentioned that more and more members have left the MEK during this week.

++ Alameh Hosseini, of Lebanese origin, has acted as an MEK lobbyist in Iraq. Recently he published a complaint against the MEK alleging that they have not paid him for his services. The MEK response was to quietly remove all his writings from their websites. Iraqis who know the MEK commented that Hosseini is not alone in his troubles with the MEK. The MEK has decided it no longer needs its Iraqi or Arab lobbyists as much since the Arabic lobbying is now done directly by Saudi Arabia. Instead, since moving to Albania, the MEK has shifted more of its budget to its western lobbying efforts and therefore has not paid for the work done by Iraqi and Lebanese lobbyists like Hosseini. He has not been as patient or trusting as others and has complained publicly. Others have complained directly to the Saudis.

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++ Nejat Society reported that the Iranpour family celebrated the birthday of their family member Ahmadreza who is still held hostage by the MEK cult. Ahmadreza and his brother Mohammadreza Iranpour, travelled to Turkey in 2002 attempting to reach Europe to make a better life. They were deceived by the MEK and taken to Camp Ashraf. Their family were without news until 2004 when they managed to meet with them accompanied by 20 MEK minders. Since then the Iranpour family members travelled to Iraq several times but were denied further meetings with the brothers. They have now been transferred to Albania but the family refuse to give up their efforts to free them from the cult.

++ Tony Cartalucci in New Eastern Outlook examines the terrorist attack on St. Petersburg’s metro system, saying that “Western analysts are also attempting to cement a narrative that downplays the significance of the attacks and instead attempts to leverage them politically against Moscow.” Cartalucci identifies “US-European support for foreign-funded organizations posing as ‘nongovernmental organizations’ (NGOs) running parallel efforts with terrorist organizations undermining Moscow’s control over Chechnya…” The article mentions US support for the MEK as an example of such sponsorship. “As per US policymakers’ own documented machinations – such as the 2009 Brookings Institution report, “Which Path to Persia?: Options for a New American Strategy Toward Iran” (PDF) – a militant component is prescribed as absolutely essential for the success of any street movement Washington manages to stir up against targeted states.”

++ Mazda Parsi in Nejat Bloggers exposes the double standards of the MEK who cheered the Trump administration’s retaliatory bombing in Syria in response to an alleged chemical gas attack. Parsi reminds us that when Saddam Hussein used chemical weapons against his Kurdish populations the MEK not only failed to condemn the dictator but supported his agenda to crush Kurdish resistance. Parsi also points out that the MEK are quick to condemn the massacre of children in Syria but remain silent about the starvation of Yemeni children.

++ In the lead up to the presidential election in Iran Reza Pahlavi had an interview with Jon Gambrell in AP. Pahlavi expressed his interest in liberating Iran with a peaceful revolution which he envisages could start with “labor unions starting a nationwide strike”. Heedless of the actual power structures in Iran, Pahlavi continued “members of the hard-line Revolutionary Guard, a paramilitary organization established to protect the clerical system, would be assured they wouldn’t be ‘all hung and shot’.” While admitting that he had yet to meet with the Trump administration despite his letters, Pahlavi dismissed the MEK: “Another Iranian exile group, the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq, previously paid a member of Trump’s Cabinet $50,000 for giving a speech. However, the MEK’s siding with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein during the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s and its killing of Americans before the revolution, which the group now denies, makes it an unsuitable partner, Pahlavi said. ‘It’s pretty much a cult-type structure’, he said.”

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Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult, Saddam’s Private Army, were trained by Mossad to assassinate Iranian scientists 

Albanian_Mafia Mojahedin_Khalq TerroristsTehran Times, Marhc 12 2017:… Israel’s secret service, Mossad, trained MEK members. This information largely came from the interrogation of a would-be assassin detained in Iran in 2010.  The MEK, however, denies any involvement with Israel, but Israeli commentators have confirmed the MEK-Israel connection. The MEK was designated as a terrorist group … 

همکاری مافیای آلبانی و مجاهدین خلق، فرقه رجوی Iran arrests MKO (Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult …) ringleader in Isfahan

Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) Our Men in Iran? (Seymour M. Hersh, The New Yorker, April 2012)

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Israel’s role in assassinations of nuclear scientists

(Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult, Saddam’s Private Army, were trained by Mossad to assassinate Iranian scientists)

Although Israel has a policy of not commenting on allegations of murder and terrorism, authorities and unnamed sources have hinted that Israel may be involved in the assassinations of four Iranian nuclear scientists between 2010 and 2012.

Four Iranian nuclear scientists – Masoud Alimohammadi, Majid Shahriari, Darioush Rezaeinejad and Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan – were assassinated between the years 2010 and 2012. Another scientist, Fereydoon Abbasi, was wounded in an attempted murder. 

Two of the killings were carried out with magnetic bombs attached to the victims’ cars. Rezaeinejad was shot dead in front of his wife and young daughter, and Alimohammadi was killed in a motorcycle-bomb explosion. 

Reza Najafi, the Iranian ambassador to the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency, said on Thursday at a meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors that “Israel-hired terrorists” were behind the assassinations of the nuclear scientists in the Middle East. 

“Unfortunately, the Zionist Regime has ignored the rightful requests of the international community in the last years, and having the blind support of some Western countries and with infringing all international laws and regulations, has pushed its dangerous military nuclear program forward,” the ambassador said. 

The former Iranian envoy to the IAEA, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, had called the assassinations of nuclear experts instances of “nuclear terrorism”.

During the time of the assassinations, there was speculation about the identity of the killers. The Israeli Mossad intelligence service and Israel Defense Forces were seen as the most likely perpetrators. However, the Iranian opposition group Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), intelligence agents from Arab countries opposed to the Iranian government and the United States were also under suspicion. 

While then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denied any U.S. involvement in the killings, given the reported lack of U.S. intelligence assets in Iran, Israel neither confirmed nor denied its involvement. 

In 2015, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said in an interview with Der Spiegel that he bore no responsibility “for the life expectancy of Iranian scientists”. Speaking about Iran’s nuclear program, he commented that, “it must be stopped”.

“We will act in any way and are not willing to tolerate a nuclear-armed Iran. We prefer that this be done by means of sanctions, but in the end, Israel should be able to defend itself,” he said, hinting at Israeli involvement in the assassinations. He called the nuclear negotiations between Iran and six world powers “a historic mistake”. 

According to a report by CBS News several years ago, the Obama administration pressured Israel to stop carrying out assassinations inside Iran against the country’s nuclear scientists. This came amid Washington’s attempt to reach a nuclear deal with Iran. 

Although Israel never admitted to carrying out the killings, Mossad officials concluded that the assassination campaign became too dangerous for its spies, said the CBS News report. 

A well-sourced and convincing investigation from 2012 by NBC News in the U.S. concluded that “deadly attacks on Iranian nuclear scientists are being carried out by an Iranian dissident group that is financed, trained and armed by Israel’s secret service”. It also cites two senior Obama administration officials as confirming that the MEK is responsible for the killings.

NBC quoted Mohammad Javad Larijani, a former top diplomat and current chief of Iran’s human rights council, as asserting that Israel’s secret service, Mossad, trained MEK members. This information largely came from the interrogation of a would-be assassin detained in Iran in 2010. 

The MEK, however, denies any involvement with Israel, but Israeli commentators have confirmed the MEK-Israel connection.

The MEK was designated as a terrorist group by the U.S. State Department in 1997, although the designation was lifted in 2012. Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh said that, even while it was listed as a foreign terror group, MEK members received training from the Joint Special Operations Command in Nevada. During the confrontational period between Tehran and Washington over Iran’s nuclear program, the MEK was attractive to U.S. intelligence agencies as an opposition group in Iran. 

Israel has a history of systematic assassinations, most prominent of which are targeted killings of Hamas leaders in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. According to an Israeli intellectual, “targeted assassinations have become the most significant and frequent form of Israeli military attack,” and serve to control Palestinian territories.  

In 2013, a young Iraqi nuclear scientist, Mohammad al-Fouz, was allegedly gunned down by Mossad in the country’s capital city of Baghdad. A member of Fouz’s family told reporters that unknown gunmen targeted the young scientist when he was on his way back home. He had just published his new uranium enrichment formula in a number of Western journals before he died.

No evidence has been provided linking Israel to the murder and Israel denies involvement. However, earlier reports suggest Mossad’s involvement in the assassination of more than 350 Iraqi nuclear scientists and more than 300 university professors. The attack on al-Fouz was the most recent in a series of attacks on Iraqi nuclear scientists.

According to a report released in 2010 by the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Israel refused to admit that it had been carrying out “targeted killings” for decades.

“There is no policy, and there never will be a policy or a reality, of willful killings of suspects. The principle of the sanctity of life is a fundamental principle of the Israeli army,” the report quoted the Israel Defense Forces as saying.

Israel has defended its use of assassinations and targeted killings as legal under international humanitarian law.

However, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that all individuals have the right to life, liberty and security. Article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights also says the right to life must be protected by law and “no one shall be arbitrarily deprived” of that right. 

According to the United Nations’ “Principles on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions,” governments must prohibit such executions and ensure they are considered offenses under their state’s criminal laws. It rules out “exceptional circumstances, including a state of war or threat of war” as justifications for such executions. 

Mark Regev, the former Israeli prime minister’s spokesman, said in 2012 that it is preferable to arrest and bring “terrorists” to court, but that is not always possible. “Sometimes in the combat reality, the only real option is to eliminate,” he said. 

Research by the Gaza-based Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), stated that from 2000 to 2008 the Israeli military carried out 348 “extrajudicial execution operations” in the occupied Palestinian territories. The attacks killed 754 Palestinians: 521 of whom were specifically targeted and 233 of whom were civilian bystanders, including 71 children and 20 women.

KB/PA

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مجاهدین خلق در آلبانی به جان هم افتاده اندAlbania: What would a de-radicalization program for the Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) involve

anne-khodabandeh-singleton-albanian-gazeta-impkt-2017Qytetarët shqiptarë të frikësuar nga grupi Muxhahedin Halk i radikalizuar meritojnë më shumë informacion

Anne Singleton: Key to de-radicalization of MEK hostages in Albania are their families

IMPAKT 55 – Muxhahedinet iraniane ne Shqiperi. Interviste eksluzive me Anne Singleton

https://youtu.be/8v-Q7UWfN3M

تعلیم دیدگان صدام مجاهدین خلق رجوی از عراق تا آلبانیAlbanian citizens fearful of radicalised Mojahedin Khalq neighbours deserve more information

Can Albania deradicalise Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cultMassoud Khodabandeh, Huffington Post: Can Albania Meet its Obligations and De-radicalize an Influx of Terrorists into Europe? 

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احمد صحوبیMojahedin Khalq ( MEK, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult) Affiliated Terrorist Ring Disbanded in Southeastern Iran

Grand Controversy as MEK can’t prove leader Massoud Rajavi is dead or alive

2016-06-30-1467308500-6000440-download.jpgMaryam Rajavi — MEK Propaganda Queen — Advertises Her Serives For Iran’s Enemies

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Albania: John Kerry brought terrorists (Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, Rajavi cult), John Brennan warns of their risk 

Gazeta Impakt, Albania, Translated by Iran Interlink,  January 01 2017:… According to Fatos Klosi, former director of the National Intelligence Service, the American CIA chief has warned Albania that Donald Trump will renounce support for the MEK terrorists and it will be the Albanian Government itself which must deal with internal security and must confront a group trained militarily from the time of Saddam Hussein … 

تعلیم دیدگان صدام مجاهدین خلق رجوی از عراق تا آلبانیAlbanian citizens fearful of radicalised Mojahedin Khalq neighbours deserve more information

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(Translated by Iran Interlink)

Albania: John Kerry brought terrorists (Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, Rajavi cult), John Brennan warns of their risk

Shqipëri: John Kerry sjell terroristët, John Bernnan paralajmëron rrezikun e tyre

Shqipëri: John Kerry sjell terroristët, John Bernnan paralajmëron rrezikun e tyre

After the “gift” that John Kerry gave Albania, now CIA director John Bernnan has warned Tirana of the possible huge risk that the Mojahedin Khalq (MEK) terrorist group poses to Albania through its presence in the capital.

According to Fatos Klosi, former director of the National Intelligence Service, the American CIA chief has warned Albania that Donald Trump will renounce support for the MEK terrorists and it will be the Albanian Government itself which must deal with internal security and must confront a group trained militarily from the time of Saddam Hussein. Fatos Klos said, “The visit to Tirana of the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), John Brennan, has not gone unnoticed, as it could not have been intended that a state senior discuss only small and unimportant issues”. The former head of the National Intelligence Service, Fatos Klos, said in a statement to the newspaper Today, that he has listed three main issues for which the head of the CIA is believed to have arrived in Tirana. According Klos, one of the issues that has been the subject of discussion between the head of the CIA and top state officials, it is the question of the Mojahedin. The former Albanian head of espionage argues that the new president of the United States, Donald Trump has said he will pursue a new policy, focusing on economic growth in the country and that every member of NATO should contribute financially toward its own security.

In these conditions, Klos explained that America will not protect Albania, nor will it finance the Mojahedin. According to Klos, a change of US policy on the issue of the Mojahedin will increase the risk to Albania from Iran after the Albanian government undertook to accommodate three thousand representatives of the Iranian opposition, that the country considers terrorists. On the other hand, there is a risk from the Mojahedin itself. A lot of these issues would have been discussed, including the Iranian issue. “The new American president will escalate tensions with the Iranians and the Iranians will raise complaints against us because Albania has undertaken to accommodate these terrorists. The head of the CIA comes to discuss such issues. His visit to Tirana is an assessment of Albania’s role and partnership with the US, “said Klos”.

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Comrades in Arms – Sexual abuse by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi
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Albania: Toxic Waste, Cannabis and the Iranian Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) are part of the same equation under the devilish Justice Reform 

mojahedin-khalq-terrorism-albaniaIran Interlink, Tirana, Albania, November 07 2016:… The author of this equation – as expressed in the title of the analysis – is Soros, who lobbied Washington to support this scheme, aiming to provide income to finance the activities of his Foundation in the Balkans and beyond Europe. In coming years, Albania will be known for the import of Mojahedin Khalq organisation, imported toxic waste and the mass cultivation of cannabis. Time will tell how the ‘reformed’ justice system will deal with this challenge. In conclusion, Myftaraj forecasts that Rama’s ‘Justice Reform’ will not affect the progress of this hellish business.

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مجاهدین خلق در آلبانی به جان هم افتاده اندAlbania: What would a de-radicalization program for the Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) involve

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Albania: Toxic Waste, Cannabis and the Iranian Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) are part of the same equation under the devilish Justice Reform

مجاهدین خلق زباله شیمیایی و مواد مخدر در آلبانی

kastriot-myftaraj-mojahedin-khalqIn October, City News published an article by Kastriot Myftaraj criticising Prime Minister Edi Rama’s Justice Reforms. The article outlines what Myftaraj calls a black market deal with Washington to bring thousands of Iranian members of the Mojahedin Khalq organisation to Albania. This is a large number in relation to Albania’s own population and its place amongst other NATO countries. What may have been profitable for some is very harmful for the country and its inhabitants.

Rama’s government is accused of covertly striking other harmful deals. First to transform the country into a large plantation of cannabis production. Second, to transform the country into a centre for processing trash and hazardous waste from Europe and beyond. Both deals earning multi-billion euros for a minority of people.

In order to push these deals, Myftaraj says Prime Minister Rama invented the idea of ‘Justice Reform’, but argues that it doesn’t take a genius to realise that ‘reformers’ of justice are not really interested in making the justice system functional or independent because if this were so, judges and prosecutors would reveal and punish the authors of the above three schemes.

An independent prosecutor would ascertain what agreement there was to allow the introduction of the Mojahedin Khalq organisation in Albania. According to Albania’s constitution, any such agreement should have been passed to Parliament for approval. An independent court, therefore, would prosecute the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior as criminals.

An independent prosecutor would only need to chart the chronology of events to understand the connection implicit in the title of the article. It is no coincidence that the bill for the arrival of garbage and hazardous waste before the Assembly came after the massive influx of Mojahedin.

The author of this equation – as expressed in the title of the analysis – is Soros, who lobbied Washington to support this scheme, aiming to provide income to finance the activities of his Foundation in the Balkans and beyond Europe.

In coming years, Albania will be known for the import of Mojahedin Khalq organisation, imported toxic waste and the mass cultivation of cannabis. Time will tell how the ‘reformed’ justice system will deal with this challenge. In conclusion, Myftaraj forecasts that Rama’s ‘Justice Reform’ will not affect the progress of this hellish business.

http://www.citynews.al/2016/09/nga-kastriot-myftarajplehrat-kanabisi-muxhahedinet-iraniane-dhe-e-ashtuquajtura-reforme-ne-drejtesi-i-perkasin-te-njejtit-ekuacion-djallezor/1

Nga Kastriot MYFTARAJ/Plehrat, kanabisi, muxhahedinët iranianë dhe e ashtuquajtura reformë në drejtësi i përkasin të njëjtit ekuacion djallëzor

NDAJE ME MIQTË?

Qeveria e Edi Ramës, duke pranuar në Shqipëri të gjithë organizatën e muxhahedinëve iranianë, me mijëra njerëz, dhe jo vetëm një numër të vogël sipas përpjestimit që i takonte Shqipërisë në një ndarje të tyre në vendet e NATO-s, cfarë ishte marrëveshja e qeverisë paraardhëse, bleu në tregun e zi politik të Washingtonit, dy leje sa fitimprurëse për të, aq të dëmshme për vendin dhe banorët e tij.
Leja e parë është ajo për ta shndërruar vendin në një plantacion të madh të prodhimit të cannabis sativa. Leja e dytë është ajo për ta shndërruar Shqipërinë në një vend-kosh plehrash dhe mbetjesh të rrezikshme të Europës dhe më gjerë. Të dy këto leje sjellin të ardhura prej shumë miliardë eurosh për një pakicë njerëzish.
Për të mashtruar shqiptarët, në ndërkohë që përgatiteshin dhe bëheshin këto, u sajua teatri i reformës në drejtësi. Nuk është nevoja që një njeri të jetë shumë i mencur që të kuptojë se “reformatorët” e Drejtësisë nuk janë të interesuar vërtet për një reformë që ta bëjë Drejtësinë funksionale, të pavarur, sepse nëse do të ndodhte kështu, gjyqtarët dhe prokurorët do të zbulonin dhe ndëshkonin autorët e skemës së mësipërme.
Sepse një Prokurori e pavarur do të kërkonte nga qeveria marrëveshjen për ardhjen e muxhahedinëve në Shqipëri, dhe kur të konstatonte mungesën e marrëveshjes, e cila për më tepër nëse ekzistonte duhet të kalonte në Kuvend për miratim, sipas Kushtetutës, do t’ i dërgonte në Gjykatë si të pandehur Kryeministrin dhe Ministrin e Punëve të Brendshme. Dhe Gjykata e pavarur do t’ i dënonte si kriminelë.
Një Prokurorie të pavarur do t’ i mjaftonte të ndërtonte kronologjinë e ngjarjeve për të kuptuar lidhjen që kam bërë në titullin e kësaj analize. Sepse nuk është rastësi që projekt-ligji për ardhjen e plehrave dhe mbetjeve të rrezikshme erdhi në Kuvend pas ardhjes masive të muxhahedinëve .
Autori i ekuacionit të shprehur në titullin e kësaj analize është Sorosi, i cili loboi në Washington për ta mbështetur këtë skemë, me synim që të sigurojë të ardhura për financimin e veprimtarive të fondacionit të tij në Ballkan dhe më gjerë Europë.
Në vitet e ardhshme Shqipëria do t’ ua shikojë të keqen muxhahedinëve, plehrave të importuara, kultivimit masiv të kanabisit. Koha do të tregojë se sa do të jetë e aftë Drejtësia e reformuar për t’ u përballur me këtë sfidë. Nuk e quaj veten për parashikues të madh nëse them se Drejtësia e reformuar as që do ta cënojë mbarëvajtjen e këtij biznisi djallëzor.

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