• abdi_ahmad_mojahedin_khalq_mek_hustage_2Nejat Society, Tehran, June 25 2017:... We learned that the Rajavi cult is trying to replicate the conditions it imposed on the group in Iraq and wants to move all the members to a remote location in Albania where they can be kept in total isolation. This means that their contact with the outside world and the families would be almost impossible. We also learned that the individual UN refugee allowances of all the members ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, December 30 2016:... The reaction to an open letter to Donald Trump from thirty “members of the Iranian opposition, including human rights activists and former political prisoners” has been quite precisely divided. Only the MEK felt jealous and wished they had also jumped on this bandwagon. They even got frontman Ali Safavi a slot on Fox News to say as much. However, every other Iranian person, personality ...  (END)

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  • Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult Tirani camp 1Peyvand Rahaee, June 21 2016:... We are the families of prisoners imprisoned in Albania by the Mojahedin-e-Khalq. We write this letter to inform you that after years of captivity in Iraq, our children, while some of them were captured by Mojahedin-e-Khalq in the Iran - Iraq war as a soldiers for their country and others were captured by Iraqi soldiers sold to this ... 

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  • United Nations TehranNejat Society, Tehran, March 16 2016:... The Cult of the Mujahedin- e Khalq has been manipulating its members systematically in order to achieve its cult-like objectives. The Cult has barred members from contacting their families. In the cult of Rajavi, love is forbidden. The outside world is not permitted. It is the most significant example for modern slavery. Members are deprived from free will. Under this circumstance, members are deprived from their basic human rights ... 

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  • Mazda Parsi, Nejat Bloggers, December 27 2015:... The “acolytes” of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi, committed numerous acts of violence including military operations, mortar attacks, suicide attacks and assassinations. One significant example of the MKO’s “unspeakable atrocities” was the suppression of Kurdish uprising in Iraq. Read Rubin’s account ...

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  • Iran Interlink, December 12 2015:... Iranian exile Ali Safavi, who previously enjoyed infamy as a commander in Saddam’s private army - the terrorist Mojahedin Khalq (MEK) – and who is wanted in Iraq on charges of torture and murder, has now emerged as a ‘human rights’ blogger in the normally conservative Financial Times. Safavi’s personal blog has ...

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