• zahra-moini-nov-2016Zahra Moeini, Iran Zanan Association, January 06 2017:... Mehdi ABRISHAMCHI has been sent from Paris to Albania and he specially has been ordered to stay and work in this notorious cult in your country . His duty in that cult in your country is to yell and threaten the members who are dissident and want to separate from this cult , some of his threats against those members are as follows: Albania is in our control and just with ... 

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  • Iran Interlink, February 20 2015:... Hanif Heydarnejad, from the MEK’s so-called internal critics, has finished his three part article titled ‘Rajavi’s Strategic Deadlocks’. In response, the MEK have brought out the lumpen members headed by the notorious Mohammad Eghbal (who swears at his own sister and calls her a prostitute in defence of his leader), to ...

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  • A. Sepinoud, Nejat Bloggers, February 03 2014: ... US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) published a report in 2005 on Human Rights abuses taking place within MKO Camps. The report was based on interviews with 12 former members of the group now living in Europe. They alleged abuses ranging from detention, solitary confinement, beatings and torture. [3] In mid-2009, the Pentagon ...

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  • Iran Interlink, December 30 2013: ... Currently the Pentagon does not allow the UN or the authorities of the sovereign state of Iraq to enter Camp Liberty and offer succour to the residents there. The Iraqi investigators as well as government officials widely acknowledge that their hands are tied by the UN and ultimately by the Americans who have deliberately foisted the MEK ...

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  • Mojahedin Khalq USAAshraf News, Baghdad, August 25 2013: ... Al-Falluji told Ashraf News that the Mojahedin Khalq enjoys unconditional support from the U.S. Department of Defense, adding that "the existence of this organization in Iraq poses a challenge for the country, especially with the growing violence in the country and the events experienced by Syria". He concluded that the situation posed ...

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