•  Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, March 17 2017:...  In Albania alongside the Women’s Day event, Maryam Rajavi arranged a catwalk event for herself. Closing off the road leading to the refugee camp where the MEK are now living, a red carpet was spread which Rajavi traversed dispensing waves and flowers to her adoring ‘fans’ who lined the street (men on one side, women on the other). Ironically this glamourous event ...

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, March 11 2017:... To mark International Women’s Day, Maryam Rajavi emerged in Albania - which was not unexpected after having sent her lobbyists as emissaries to that country. The MEK blocked the public road between the two apartment blocks used by MEK, and dressed it up as the Oscars red carpet. Maryam Rajavi was filmed traversing this street ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, March 03 2017:... Commentators scoffed after it emerged that two lobbyists had visited Albania to praise the terrorist MEK. Clearly, they point out, the MEK can no longer find more significant lobbyists who are prepared to sacrifice their possible future careers and have been reduced to employing people like Col. Wes Martin and these women to have words put into their mouths by the MEK ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, February 24 2017:... Following the death of Mohammad Ali Jaberzadeh Ansari (aka Ghasem), Maryam Rajavi’s speech drew criticism as she offered her condolences not to the deceased’s family and friends, but to Massoud Rajavi. ‘You can’t offer condolences to a dead person’ wrote most commentators. Instead of attending the funeral in Paris, Maryam Rajavi went to Albania to firefight the chaos ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, February 17 2017:... Col. Wes Martin wrote attacking Anne and Massoud Khodabandeh in The Hill. Several Farsi commentators dismissed this as an attempt by the MEK to boost their Google ratings. Further analysis points out that if President Trump dumps the MEK (which he will) it can be blamed on the ex-members. This represents the usual pattern for the MEK; creating a scapegoat ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, February 10 2017:... This week marked the anniversary of the death of Mousa Khiabani and other leading MEK members who were left behind in Iran after Rajavi ran away. The MEK have revealed their hypocrisy over this, not knowing if they are anti-Imperialist or pro-Imperialist. Some commentators highlight this. One is Saber from Tabriz who knew Mousa Khiabani. In an article published ... 

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  • Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, February 03 2017:... Farsi articles about the MEK have noted that the group has been silent about Trump’s Muslim ban and other issues, contrary to the usual habit of commenting on everything under the sun. Instead they have been on overdrive to insist that President Trump will attack Iran very soon and there is no alternative and no way back. Apart from the usual commentary about their mercenary habits which ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, Jauary 27 2017:... Reports from Albania say that after the Albanian foreign minister visited Iran and held talks with officials there, the whole MEK has fallen into a panic. Farsi commentators say ‘this reminds us of when Iran and Iraq got together’. The panic became so critical that a written message in the form of a letter from Massoud Rajavi (regardless whether he is dead or alive), had to be read to the members ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, January 20 2017:... In Tirana, the MEK have printed and distributed maps and plans for the members. These show that the MEK is purportedly planning to build a replica of Camp Ashraf in Albania. The MEK claims they will be given the land soon by the Albanian government and that the Albanians have got no say in this ‘because the Americans and NATO have ordered it and they will not be able to say no’. The plans ... 

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  • Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, January 13 2017:... News from Albania this week reveals that Maryam Rajavi has resorted to sending not only high ranking MEK enforcers, but also NCRI members, specifically Manouchehr Hezarkhani, in an attempt to calm people down amongst growing dissent. The interesting slant of this visit was that Hezarkhani told the people in Tirana ‘whatever problems you experienced in Iraq was because it was a ... 

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  •  Iran Interlink Weekly DigestIran Interlink, January 07 2017:... In an interview with VOA’s Mehdi Falahati, an individual named Morteza Sadeghi claimed that the man called Ali Motamed, whose killing last year in the Netherlands had been linked to drugs and crime, was in fact somebody else. Sadeghi said the dead man was Mohammad Reza Kolahi who was responsible for blowing up the Hezb Jomhouri headquarters in Iran in 1981 and that this meant ... 

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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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