• Mojahedin_Khalq_Rajavi_Cult_MEK_terrorism_Septmeber 2001Iran Interlink, September 11 2017:... In 2001, the day before 9/11, all members of the Mojahedin Khlaq (MEK, MKO, PMOI, Rajavi cult…) were brought to a military base in the west of Baghdad called Bagherzadeh. Long sessions of cultic indoctrination were being carried out, engaging people in what can only be described as forced brainwashing under the military rule of Saddam Hussein. On September 11, in the middle of one of these sessions, Rajavi announc

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  • Iran_Victim_of_Terrorism_Tehran_2017_2Habilian Association and Tasnim News, Tehran, September 02 2017:...G roups from the Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MEK, MKO, NCRI, PMOI, etc) to groups with separatist claims which conducted brutal and savage terrorist acts in the name of people, and their followers today, have continued the same terrorist approach with the excuse of religious disputes. Regarding to its long record of terrorist activities, MEK could be rightfully named as the father ... 

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  • Tehran Times and Mehr News, Tehran, August 30 2017:... This time some 36 years ago, the lives of President Mohammad Ali Rajaei and Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar were cut short in an explosion set by Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization, also known as MKO. The bomb went off at the office of Islamic Republican Party in Tehran where a meeting was held. It also claimed lives of other officials. Survivors said the bomb was set off when one of the ... 

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  • khodabandeh_Ebrahim_Mashad_Mojahedin_Khalq_Rajavi_Cult_MEK_3Habilian Association, August 28 2017:... Ebrahim Khodabandeh, a former senior member of Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization who defected from the group in 2003, provided details of some less known aspects of the MEK in a speech delivered to scholars of Astan Qods Razavi endowment in Mashhad. In the first part of his speech, Ebrahim Khodabandeh referred to the cultish nature of MEK and said cults like the MEK highlight real-life problems of people and ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, August 11 2017:... In Albania there have been many letters sent covertly from inside the MEK written by people who want to leave. They talk about the mobile telephone system given to MEK leaders by the Pentagon enabling them to track their movements and communications. They say the UNHCR is under the thumb of the CIA and only says whatever the MEK tells it to say. Maryam Rajavi is holding brainwashing sessions and forcing ... 

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  • Dr. Ankit Srivastava, Editor In Chief, New Delhi Times, August 07 2017:... The history of the MEK’s brush with Iran explains the depth of the US hostility to Iran. MEK was active in university campuses during Iranian revolution and combined Islamic revolutionary fervour with leftist zeal. The group had killed Americans even before the revolution and was fully involved in the 1979 siege of the US embassy even though Washington subsequently ... 

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  • Saudi Arabia_Muqtada al Sadr_MEK_TerrorismMadawi Al-Rasheed, Middle East Eye, August 06 2017:...  Mohammed bin Salman’s strategy to reach out to opposition groups in Iraq may echo his bid to support multiple opposition movements to his rivals. After supporting the Iranian Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and more recently reaching out to Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen in Pennsylvana, the crown prince’s strategy may backfire. His rivals in Iran, Turkey and even Iraq have at ... 

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  • rudy-giuliani-mojahedin-khalqAlexander B. Downes and Lindsey A. O'Rourke, Washington Post, August 05 2017:... The fundamental problem, as we argue in a recent article, is that foreign-imposed leaders answer to two masters — the intervener that placed them in power, and their own citizens. Interveners typically replace a government to avert or eliminate perceived security threats, hoping to install elites who will implement their preferred policies. But once in power ... 

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  • Rajavi_Faisal_1Mazda Parsi, Nejat society, August 01 2017:... The MEK is hated in Iran for its role in the war and for its terrorism against Iranians over the years,” Daniel Larison of the American Conservative writes. “No one genuinely interested in the freedom of Iranians would have anything to do with such a group, but of course Saudi and American hard-liners couldn’t care less about Iranian freedom. They are simply looking for ways to stoke conflict with Iran, and they see this as a way to ... 

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  • ISIS ISIL Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult FlaqsTed Galen Carpenter, The National Interest, July 18 2017:... The MEK’s history should cause any sensible U.S. administration to stay very, very far away from that organization. The MEK is a weird political cult built around a husband and wife team of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. It has been guilty of numerous terrorist acts and was on the U.S. government’s formal list of terrorist organizations until February 2012. The group ... 

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  • Mahmoud Abbas Maryarm RajaviAlmonitor, July 17 2017:... Meanwhile, as Fatah-Egypt relations were hitting a new low, the Palestinian Authority sent a parliamentary delegation to take part in a conference organized by the People’s Mujahedeen Organization of Iran (Mujahedeen-e-Khalq), perhaps as a sop to Saudi Arabia, upon which Abbas depends for support. Ahmad Melhem writes, “In light of the PA’s adherence to Saudi positions on most of the ... 

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  • majaraye_Nomrooz_MKO_MEK_Mojahedin_KhalqTehran Times, July 17 2017:...  Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has praised “The Midday Event”, a political drama that features the terrorist atrocity of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) in Iran of the 1980s. “This film was very good. Everybody played his part very well; the directing was great, the acting was very good. The plot was great. It was a well-made film,” the Leader ... 

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