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 www.iran-interlink.org

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MEK and Fake News

Posted on: 2019/10/20

David van der Wilde, NPO Radio, October 20 2019:… The Mojahedin Khalq (MEK) troll bunker A good example of this is the story of the MEK. An Iranian Mojahedin cult with its own troll bunker in Albania. The group even managed to come up with its own writer in addition to the propaganda tweets: Heshmet Alavi . A ‘writer’ who managed to publish his stories on The Daily Caller, The Diplomat and Forbes and thus even influence Trump’s policies. There are countless fascinating stories. These range from American useful idiots in the Mueller report, sent by Russian trolls with pocket money to demonstrate theatrically, to the “my tweet is right” by Marjolein Faber.  MEK and Fake News 

MEK Giuliani Under Investigation 

Posted on: 2019/10/19

Barbara Boland, The American Conservative, October 18 2019:… We know that investigators have been looking into his ongoing paid work for foreign clients (while he’s served as the president’s personal lawyer), including wealthy Ukrainian businessmen and the Mujahidin e-Khalq (MEK), an anti-Iranian militant group that has paid millions to American politicians and celebrities over the years—including Giuliani—to lobby and give speeches on their behalf. Giuliani is credited in part with helping to get the MEK taken off the State Department’s list of world terrorist organizations in 2012. MEK Giuliani Under Investigation 

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – October 18, 2019

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Iran Interlink, October 19 2019:… Another example of this mercenary approach is that MEK appear to believe some executions are good executions while some executios are bad. nOne article in particular lists all the executions committed by the MEK themselves; from killing Americans in Iran, the executions of Kurds in Iraq, right up to recent executions in Albania like Malik Sharai. It notes that the MEK was silent about all the executions by Saddam. And how in all the past four decades they have not dared to mention the barbaric executions in Saudi Arabia. As if those are OK. Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – October 18, 2019 

Giuliani work for MEK with bloody past could lead to more legal woes

Posted on: 2019/10/18

NBC News, October 18 2019:… The group, whose name translates as “People’s Holy Warriors of Iran,” is accused of killing six Americans before the 1979 Iranian revolution and assassinating Iranian diplomats in the subsequent years. A longtime ally of the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, the MEK was placed on the State Department’s terror blacklist in 1997. The group enlisted an A-list cast of former American political and law enforcement leaders as part of its effort to remove itself from the terrorist list and enhance its reputation in the West. Giuliani work for MEK with bloody past could lead to more legal woes 

MEK and War Agenda in Trump Admin

Posted on: 2019/10/17

Muhammad Sahimi, Lobe Log, October 17 2019:… The meeting was, however, dominated by the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), a group that until 2011 was listed by the U.S. State Department as a terrorist organization and is despised by all Iranians due to its alliance with the regime of Saddam Hussein during the Iran-Iraq War and other acts viewed by virtually all Iranians as treason. Also present were the National Council of Resistance of Iran, MEK’s political arm, and the Organization of Iranian American Communities, another MEK front group. A fourth group, the U.S. Foundation for Liberty and Human Rights, appears to be linked with MEK, as the content of its website uses the same rhetoric as the MEK. Representatives of six ethnic groups also attended the meeting, none of which has any significant support inside Iran as best one can tell. MEK and War Agenda in Trump Admin 

MEK Lobbyist Rudy Giuliani Facing the Law

Posted on: 2019/10/16

Casey Michel, The New Republic, October 16 2019:… Giuliani’s been leading a crusade on behalf of the Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), a cultish Iranian opposition group listed, until earlier this decade, as a foreign terrorist organization by Washington. Politico described Giuliani’s involvement with the group as a man “gorging at the table of Islamo-Marxist terrorists who have murdered Americans”—a relationship from which Giuliani has apparently profited handsomely, although he’s long declined to tot up the takings for public consumption. Giuliani’s peripatetic stumping on behalf of MEK has taken him from the Potomac, to Paris, to Poland. All the while, Giuliani has claimed he’s only working “as a private citizen—thank God I can still do that.” . MEK Lobbyist Rudy Giuliani Facing the Law 

Trace of Blood a Film About MEK History

Posted on: 2019/10/14

Seyyed Mostafa Mousavi Sabet, Tehran Times, October 14 2019:… Mahdavian’s second movie, “The Midday Event” on the terrorist activities of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) in Iran in the 1980s, demonstrated his passion for factual political stories taken from modern Iranian history.  In this film, the new government, after toppling the Shah in 1979, assembles a security group to fight against MKO’s terrorist attacks in 1982. His third film, “Lottery” about trafficking Iranian women to the United Arab Emirates was viewed as regressive by critics. Trace of Blood a Film About MEK History 

Democratic Cover for Terrorist Proxies Like MEK

Posted on: 2019/10/13

Nejat Society, October 13 2019:… Back in 1981, a 3-year-old girl Zahra Nourbakhsh, was on a bus together with her family, when it was set on fire by the agents of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO, MEK, PMOI, Cult of Rajavi) in Shiraz, Iran. In that traumatic incident, she was severely injured and her two-year-old sister was killed. Advocacy for the MEK as the enemy of their enemy is not limited to the US and Israel. The group is also embraced by the regional rival of Iran, Saudi Arabia. However, Albanian government should also be added to the list of MEK’s friends although it has never been involved in serious political engagements or arguments with Iranian government Democratic Cover for Terrorist Proxies Like MEK 

MEK Trial In Albania

Posted on: 2019/10/11

City News Albania, October 11 2019:… Journalist Gjergji Thanasi has sued for libel and slander an Iranian Mojahed (a member of the so-called MEK cult organization) named Behzad Saffari Dehkord the son of Mohammad and Rezvan born in 1961 in the city of Esfahan, Iran. When MEK were under the protection of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, Behzad has an identification document (an ID card) with the number: 468 and national code: 1283574101. It is understood that the Iraqi national archives are quite damaged after two wars (1991 and 2003), and after several years of civil war and an armed insurgency and attacks by the bloody Islamist terrorist group DAESH, led by the so-called Caliph Al-Baghdadi. We must be extremely grateful to Iraqi colleagues for this information and some other authentic documents about the now displaced Iranian previously named as Behzad. MEK Trial In Albania 

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – October 11, 2019

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Iran Interlink, October 11 2019:… MEK supporters are falling like flies. John Bolton resigned/was pushed. Giuliani is fighting his corner over the Ukraine scandal. Netanyahu’s boast that Iran would be reduced to rubble has not materialised. And President Trump is pushing for peace, not war. For Farsi commentators this is yet another sign of the end of MEK. They lost Saddam, the Saudis are in deep trouble over Yemen and now the Trump administration is distancing itself from the Middle East. If they don’t find a new benefactor, MEK are finished. Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – October 11, 2019