• Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, May 26 2017:...  The MEK’s reaction to Iran’s presidential election has elicited comments from many and various quarters. The common theme, however, is ‘You don’t know what “election” means and your benefactors, whether Saddam or Saudi Arabia, don’t know what a ballot box is either’. When Maryam Rajavi sent a ‘special’ message to heads of Arab countries gathering with Trump in Riadh, commentators said ‘as if they hadn’t suffered enough humiliation and degradation by having to ... 

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  • Mehr News, May 26 2017:...  “Security of our people is redline for both Army and IRGC and we continue to increase our missile power,” he said and continued to remind that “we never forget the United States supported Saddam’s Baath regime in its war against Iran, shut down our passenger flight, backed MKO, created ISIL and fueled war in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.” He vowed that Armed Forces will never allow bittering events like Iraq war would occur again and stressed that expansion of missile ... 

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  • Nejat Society, May 24 2017:... Mr. Raoof Faramarrzi was deceived by the Mujahedin-e Khalq in to joining the group. He was taken hostage for more than 29 years. He was transferred to Tirana along with other MKO members. Faramarzi family was in contact with Nejat Society and did their utmost efforts to free their beloved son. In Albania they finally could make contact with Faramarz and ensured him of their everlasting love towards him. Faramarzi family efforts paid off and he could liberate himself from the ...

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  • Nejat Society, May 24 2017:...  Comparing the terrorist groups of MKO and Daesh, Mr. Khodabandeh said the group’s nature are alike. The former member of the MKO Cult also mentioned:” exploiting Islam, the use of violence and using Turkey as a transit route” as other similarities between the two terrorist cults. Ebrahim Khodabandeh also referred to his arrest in 2003. He was arrested by the Syrian officials, in 2003 while carrying 2 million dollars in cash. He was serving for the international relations committee ... 

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  • Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek, Adrià Salvador Palau, The New Arab, May 23 2017:...  The high turnout also serves to consolidate the Islamic Republic against dissident exile groups. The Iranian general public has overwhelmingly ignored calls for regime change and a boycott of the presidential elections such as the Reza Pahlavi (son of the last Shah of Iran), and Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), also known as the National Council of Resistance in Iran (NCRI) ... 

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  • Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, May 19 2017:... In the lead up to Iran’s presidential election this week the MEK tried everything possible to ask people not to vote. In response, several writers remind us what elections have meant for the MEK and for their last benefactor Saddam Hussein and for their new one in Saudi Arabia, King Salman. One writer says “I remember the last time I saw an election in the MEK. Massoud Rajavi came in, raised the hand of Maryam and said ‘you don’t get me now, you have to get to me through Maryam. Now s

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  • Elona Gjebrea_Maryam RajaviMassoud and Anne Khodabandeh, Huffpost, May 18 2017:... In Albania, Elona Gjebrea also has close ties to the United States on the issue of people trafficking and slavery. The US embassy in Tirana, Albania acknowledged the State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons report in June 2016 by saying, “The United States appreciates the close cooperation with the Government of Albania, civil society and especially National ... 

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  • Trend, May 16 2017:... Iran has laid flat a terrorist attack by what the country’s Ministry of Intelligence has called “an anti-revolution group… whose hand is stained with the blood of thousands of people,” a possible reference to the People’s Mujahedin group, known as MKO.Through painstaking planning and operations, the intelligence forces managed to preclude the attack and confiscate explosives of various ... 

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  • Sharmine Narwani, Russia Today, May 16 2017:...  The US has traceable ties to some of these groups, notably Jundallah which received Bush-era funds from Washington before being listed as a terrorist organization. That “terrorist” designation, Iran knows, means little. The Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) was listed by the State Department for decades, but then de-listed in 2012 and is today being actively courted by US officials ... 

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  • Balkan Sport, May 16 2017:... Joachim Hagopian: John McCain has been caught regularly meeting with various terrorist groups for a number of years now. So this is really nothing new. The warmongering US traitor represents the military industrial complex and central bankers that both manufacture and profit most from war. McCain has proven to be a compromised politician owned and controlled by Israel through ... 

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  • Register guard, May 15 2017:... U.S. intelligence agencies have supported the acts of violence committed by the Mujahedin-e Khalq — listed by the State Department as a terrorist group (now delisted) that advocates the overthrow of the Islamic Republic, as well as the Baluchi militant Salafi group Jundullah. An Iranian ethnic minority, Jundullah is a Sunni group aligned with the thinking of al-Qaeda ... 

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  • Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, May 12 2017:... Another writer talking about Albania describes the difference between the standard of living enjoyed by the leadership elite and the struggles of the rank and file who do not have proper food or clothing. Maryam Rajavi spends whatever money the MEK has in order to promote herself, says the writer, but nobody in the MEK dares to raise their voice. If they do, they will be labelled an ‘agent of the Iranian ... 

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