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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Nejat Society Newsletter published

Posted on: 2020/04/06

Nejat Society, Tehran, April 06 2020:… Inside This Issue: – POMPEO AND MEK ISOLATED BY RESPONSE TO PANDEMIC
Such reckless and futile statements in the name of regime change will not be forgotten or forgiven by Iranians. Nor will the MEK positioning itself alongside the country’s most virulent enemy, the U.S., at its time of greatest need be forgotten or forgiven.” – Letter of Nejat families to the WHO
With regards, we address you on behalf of hundreds of suffering families of members of the Iranian Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, better known as the Rajavi cult) residing in a remote isolated camp in Albania, about their severe health situation considering the COVID-19 pandemic. Nejat Society Newsletter published

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – April 03, 2020

Posted on: 2020/04/03

Iran Interlink, April 03 2020:… Sputnik Farsi published an article referring to some of these things MEK are claiming, placing them alongside Pompeo’s pronouncements and social media blocking of every account except the MEK and such like. This paints a picture of a cohort coming together for a misinformation and demonisation campaign against Iran of which MEK are part. For Sputnik this begs the question, is it just about keeping themselves happy? Iranians inside Iran don’t buy it. Why are they doing it? On the same subject, some opposition leaders have complained that the amount of lies issued by Pompeo and MEK has created a situation in which nobody believes the truth either and Iran is benefitting from this situation by asserting that everything the west says about Iran is a lie. And we oppositionists can’t refute that because nobody believes anything we say anymore. In particular, they say, is all the MEK stuff about Coronavirus. Exaggerating that a million people have died. It’s not feasible, no one can believe that. Iran Interlink Weekly Digest 

Pompeo and MEK isolated by response to pandemic

Posted on: 2020/03/29

Anne and Massoud Khodabandeh, Balkans Post, March 29 2020:… But, as destructive as the MEK presence has been in Albania, the group has inevitably played a greater role in the West’s confrontation against Iran. In June 2019, Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept revealed that an internet troll farm was operating from the MEK’s closed camp in Manez. The enslaved members, sitting behind banks of outdated computerware, were being used to manipulate social media messaging on Iran on a global scale. Hussain revealed that ‘Heshmat Alavi’, a self-proclaimed Iranian activist, “appears not to exist” and is “a persona run by a team of people from the political wing of the MEK”. Pompeo and MEK isolated by response to pandemic 

MEK Revolutionaries Turned Graffiti Artists

Posted on: 2020/03/23

Murtaza Hussain, Matthew Cole, The Intercept, March 23 2020:… MEK-affiliated social media accounts periodically share videos of graffiti tags appearing to show support for its positions inside Iran. While such videos are a dubious metric for gauging public sentiment in any country, they are frequently used by partisans in the United States to argue over the political views of the Iranian people. The creation of these videos, sometimes by the MEK itself, apparently rattled the MOIS enough that the ministry issued a directive about it, referenced in the 2015 cable on the MEK, warning that the group would try to incite “acts of graffiti and slogans on the walls and make videos to broadcast on their so-called ‘freedom television,’” a likely reference to an MEK-run satellite television channel known as Voice of Freedom. MEK Revolutionaries Turned Graffiti Artists

 Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Defectors Talk About The Inside Of Rajavi Cult

Posted on: 2020/03/22

Murteza Hussain and Matthew Cole, The Intercept, March 22 2020:… From 1997 to 2012, the United States designated the MEK a foreign terrorist organization. But the group, which once opposed U.S. intervention in Iran, has effectively switched sides, becoming a convenient proxy force for Tehran’s enemies, particularly American neoconservatives, the Gulf Arab states, and Israel. The current MEK leadership maintains close ties with several prominent American politicians, including Donald Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton and the president’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, both of whom have been paid speakers at MEK events.

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – March 20, 2020

Posted on: 2020/03/21

Iran Interlink, March 21 2020:… Everyone in the world is affected by the Coronavirus crisis and the MEK are not excepted. Massoud Rajavi has issued yet another message ‘Payam number 22’, which prompted a lot of reaction. Commentators say, ‘there’s no way he’s written this because none of it matches up, every sentence is ridiculous’. For example, Rajavi claims “the regime has started this virus and spread it in Iran and beyond”. In another part he basically says “the only way to stop the virus is to attack members of pasdaran and the army in the street because the regime has created this virus as an excuse to bring the army in the street and is lying about self-isolation. You should come out and riot.” Commentators picked up various points . Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – March 20, 2020

Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) Reported by RFE

Posted on: 2020/03/19

Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, March 19 2020:… The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) is an exiled Iranian opposition group with a sprawling complex in the hills of Albania. The United States labelled it a terror group until deciding to delist it in 2012. But while the MEK now has influential friends in Washington, others warn that the group is not to be trusted. ‘Islamo-Marxists’ Or Freedom Fighters? Inside Iran’s MEK Opposition Group. Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) according to RFE 

Happy Persian New Year – Happy Norooz (Nowruz)

Posted on: 2020/03/17

Happy Persian New Year – Happy Norooz (Nowruz) 2020

American Regime and MEK Terrorists Not Human Rights Advocates ; Iran

Posted on: 2020/03/15

Financial Tribune, March 15 2020:… “A regime whose president proudly issues the order to assassinate the most decent children of Iran, and his accomplices … shamelessly host the most hated anti-Iran terrorist groups and attend their meetings, has nothing to do with the elevated concept of human rights,” the spokesman was quoted as saying by IRNA. Mousavi was referring to the US assassination of the Middle East’s most prominent anti-terror commander, General Qasem Soleimani, and American support for the MKO group that Washington has removed from its list of terrorist organizations only to spite Tehran. American Regime and MEK Not Human Rights Advocates 

WHO Albania ; MEK Families Write Their Concerns

Posted on: 2020/03/14

Nejat Society, Tehran, March 14 2020:… The MEK with this secrecy is now considered as a health and hygiene threat for Europe in general and for Albania in particular. Unlike the South Korean cult, the MEK consists fewer than 2,000 members. Most of these are contained in a closed camp to which Albanian authorities have no access. The authorities must hold the MEK leaders accountable. Leader Maryam Rajavi must allow full access and investigation into what is happening inside Camp Ashraf 3 and submit the members to Coronavirus testing. The WHO has a vital role to play in this situation. WHO Albania ; MEK Families Write Their Concerns