Author: Iran Interlink

Iran Interlink
Iran Interlink

Aims of Iran-Interlink – to inform as widely as possible about the real nature of the Iranian Mojahedin Khalq cult and to act as a pressure group in this regard – to help individuals who wish to leave the Mojahedin to find refuge in a country where they will feel safe and secure – to help those who leave to come to terms with their experiences within the Mojahedin and to re-establish themselves as members of the wider community in which they come to live with a viable and independent lifestyle – to reconcile and reunite people who leave the Mojahedin with their family and friends, by mutual consent, and to involve established Iranians in helping these vulnerable people

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Regime Change Using MEK A Hopeless Plan

Posted on: 2020/01/23

Dr. Dan Steinbock, FX Street, January 23 2020:… By November 2017, Bolton urged the US to have a contingency plan for a “Shah of Iran scenario” and regime change before February 2019; the 50th anniversary of the Iranian revolution. His change agent was Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), an Iranian opposition group which advocates a violent coup in Iran. In the early 2010s, the UK, EU and the US considered MEK a terrorist organization until then-State Secretary Hillary Clinton de-listed the group, to exploit it in US-led destabilization. Regime Change Using MEK A Hopeless Plan 

Will MEK Haunt Albania ?

Posted on: 2020/01/22

Nejat Society, January 22 2020:…  Albania backed the US attack to assassinate the Iranian general Qassem Soleiman, on the first days of January 2020. Whether Albania is a democratic country or not, it is now publicly supporting the terror of an Iranian official and advocating and sheltering the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) with a long history of terrorist acts and cult-like practices. However, the stance of the Albanian president seems expectable due to the social and health services that the MEK offers the Albanian people for free. It is also very likely that a part of those huge sums of money that the group donates western politicians in exchange for their support, goes to the pockets of Abanian government officials that have warmly welcomed the terror group in their territory. MEK Will Haunt Albania

Albanians Pay The Price For Hosting MEK Terrorists

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DW, Deutsche Welle, January 22 2020:… The US and Albania reached a humanitarian agreement and in 2013, thousands of MEK members were resettled to the Balkan country. Indeed, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said following Khamenei’s threats the resettlement resulted from his country’s “unwavering alliance” with the US. Rama concedes that taking in the MEK members poses a risk for Albania. Yet he said it was a risk that “also honors and keeps alive the Albanian tradition” — by which he means the country’s previous role in protecting Jews from the Nazis during World War II. Albania deported not one single Jew to Nazi Germany. Albanians Pay The Price For Hosting MEK Terrorists 

Facebook Twitter Host MEK – Ban Critics

Posted on: 2020/01/19

Russia Today, January 19 2020:… Twitter removed state-backed media outlet Al-Alam News’ account, as well as that of the popular Iran-backed Spanish-language media outlet HispanTV, only reinstating the latter after a massive public backlash. Dozens of individual Iranians who supported their government were also deplatformed on Twitter, while anti-government users – many linked to notorious exile terror group Mujahedin e-Khalq (MEK) – were allowed to continue slinging hate against Soleimani and his supporters. Twitter even dished out a ban to Syrian President Bashar Assad, but restored the account after a few days. Facebook Twitter Host MEK – Ban Critics 

US Imposed MEK Terrorists Put Albanians At Risk

Posted on: 2020/01/16

Elis Gjevori, TRT World, January 16 2020:… In 2014, under US pressure, Albania took in more than 4,000 members (Correct number is 2100 – Iran Interlink) of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK) a secretive group formerly based Iraq. “Albania is hosting one of the most dangerous terrorist organisations on behalf of the United States,” says Dr Olsi Jazexhi, an Albanian academic and expert who has been tracking MEK activities in Albania. “The Americans imposed them [MEK] on Albania and since Albania is a very fragile state they had to accept. The same thing was done by Prime Minister Edi Rama who is still hosting MEK in Albania,” Jazexhi tells TRT World. Considered a terrorist group by Iran, the MEK was also listed as a terrorist organisation by the US State Department until 2012. US Imposed MEK Terrorists Put Albanians At Risk 

MEK Bots In Albania Main Source Of Retweeting Donald Trump’s Tweets

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Daniel Moattar, Mother Jones, January 16 2020:… Trump was bragging about his tweet in Persian being the most retweeted Persian-language tweet. But much of that retweeting happens by these bots, and through these online activist cyber armies like the MKO (Rajavi Cult, MEK, NCRI, …) . Their activism, now, is basically tweeting. They have these halls of aging activists sitting behind computers and sending out tweets all day long. [On Saturday, Trump issued his first Farsi tweet: “To the brave and suffering people of Iran: from the beginning of my presidency, I have stood with you, and my government will continue to stand with you. We are following your protests closely. Your courage is inspirational.”] . MEK Bots In Albania Main Source Of Retweeting Donald Trump’s Tweets 

Nejat Society Newsletter No. 67

Posted on: 2020/01/14

Nejat Society, Tehran, January 14 2020:… After the fuel demonstrations in Iran were quashed, Iran’s right wing claimed the MEK was behind the violent unrest.  The MEK also claimed they were behind it.  Genuine opposition groups and demonstrators said they need to have the right atmosphere and conditions so that people can demand their rights without the interference of MEK, Pompeo, bullets, burning buildings and vandalism.  Commentators say that interference by MEK and such like in the protests has led to people supporting the current ruling regime or at least refusing to come out on the streets.  Western support for MEK and the demonstrations at the same time is stopping the democratic processes and the struggle of the genuine human rights organisations. Nejat Society Newsletter No. 67 

Trump Admin Walks Back Anti-MEK Memo

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Betsy Swan, Erin Banco, Asawin Suebsaeng, The Daily Beast, January 14 2020:… Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani—who the MEK hired to help it get off the U.S. list of foreign terrorist groups and who recently called the group “my MEK people”—welcomed the reversal. “[The MEK] is very supportive of a free…Iraq. It’s run by a great woman who is committed to ending suppression of women and in a non-nuclear Iran,” the president’s personal lawyer messaged The Daily Beast. “They were of great assistance to us during [the] Iraq invasion and are supported by a very non-partisan group of American former and present public officials.” Trump Admin Walks Back Anti-MEK Memo 

Voice Of America VOA or Regime Change Channel?

Posted on: 2020/01/12

Lee Fang, The Intercept, January 12 2020:… VOA Persian now provides wall-to-wall positive coverage for hard-line regime change advocates. The network provides reliably favorable coverage of Mojahedin-e Khalq, or MEK, the militant opposition that has worked with Israeli intelligence to carry out assassinations of Iranian nuclear scientists, even providing a platform for Heshmat Alavi, a fake persona created by MEK. The network’s journalists have also expressed far-right sentiments that have unsettled longtime former VOA Persian reporters, including continued attacks at perceived critics of Trump. Saman Arbabi, one VOA Persian host, mockingly compared the hijab worn by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., to a Ku Klux Klan hood. Voice Of America VOA or Regime Change Channel. 

Pompeo keeps MEK at arms length

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James M. Dorsey, Euroasi Tmes, January 12 2020:… A litmus test of the directive by Mr. Pompeo, known to have a close relationship with Donald J. Trump, is likely to be whether the president’s personal lawyer, Rudolph Giuliani, distances himself from the controversial National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an offshoot of the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq, a group that was taken off the US Treasury’s list of designated terrorists several years ago. Mr. Giuliani is a frequent, well-paid speaker at gatherings of the group that has built a significant network among Western political elites. The council and the Mujahedeen openly call for regime change in Iran. Pompeo keeps MEK at arms length