Author: Habilian Association

Habilian Association

Habilian Association is an Iranian Human Rights NGO established with an aim of elucidating the fact that Iran is one of the biggest victims of terrorism. The devastating toll of terror attacks against the Iranian nation is found to be more than 17000 across the country according to a study by Habilian Association.



Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered 2

Posted on: 2022/01/13

Habilian Association, January 12 2022:… The book, published in 830 pages, vividly demonstrates that the MEK is still a highly dubious and notorious group in the West and despite the efforts to present a different image of itself among Westerners, it has not attained much success. The first volume of the book was published in 2018 containing over 180 articles gathered from the Western media on the MEK terrorist cult between the mid-2000s and the beginning of 2017. Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered 2 . 

Mujahedin_e_Khalq Terrorists In Germany

Posted on: 2021/12/02

Habilian Association, December 02 2021:… What follows is only a part of the reports released by official German institutions about the cult of Rajavi. The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) is an anti-Iranian terrorist group formed in the 1960s on leftist and Marxist ideology. The group’s policy, like that of all other Marxist groups in Germany, including the Baader-Meinhof group, has been seeking power through violence and terror. Mujahedin_e_Khalq Terrorists In Germany

Rajavi Cult Self Immolations – Women Burned Alive to Save Rajavi

Posted on: 2021/10/03

Habilian Association, October 02 2020:… The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) has a dreadful record of using women and girls as a tool to achieve its purposes. As a concrete example, the killing of two female members of the group in 2003 in Paris can be noted. On June 17, 2003, French counter-intelligence forces stormed the MEK’s headquarters in Paris, seizing over $8 million in cash and detaining 159 people, including Maryam Rajavi, the group’s ringleader. Rajavi Cult Self Immolations – Women Burned Alive to Save Rajavi

Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered

Posted on: 2021/09/23

Habilian Association, September 23 2021:… Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered ; The Terrorist Group in The Eyes of International Media’, is a collection of articles on Mujahedin e-Khalq organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NCRI, PMOI, etc.), published in major international Media outlets from 2000-2017, and reports on the group published by governments, research institutes and think tanks that helps to understand how MKO’s terrorism has been viewed by experts, journalists, politicians, governments and international organizations during the past 17 years.

Forced Divorces in Mujahedin Khalq

Posted on: 2021/09/15

Habilian Association, September 15 2021:… Although MEK achieved considerable notoriety for its cultish regulations in compelling members to divorce their spouses, it should be noted that forced marriage was part of the MEK’s organizational relationship before the mandatory divorce and for so long many forced marriages took place as stipulated by the MEK leadership. In this regard, Ahmad Reza Karimi writes in his book entitled A Description of the History of Mujahedin Khalq of Iran and Its Stand Point. Forced Divorces in Mujahedin Khalq 

Separating Children from Parents in the Cult of Rajavi

Posted on: 2021/09/09

Habilian Association, September 09 2021:… In the history of religious and destructive cults, children have always been the first victims. Whereas, among militant political groups around the world, there are few cases whose stories are as tied to children as the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MeK). In 1990 and 1991, the MeK separated about 700 children from their parents and sent them to European countries via the Jordanian border. Rajavi did this without the heartfelt consent of the children’s parents. Separating Children from Parents in the Cult of Rajavi

Mujahedin-e-Khalq in International Documents

Posted on: 2021/09/03

Habilian Association, September 03 2021:… Do not assume that they are doing such actions because they are powerful. They exploded a bomb somewhere; a 12-year-old child can also take a bomb, plant it somewhere and blow himself up. This is the utmost weakness. I consider these (MKO members) as worse than Ibn Muljam (person who killed Imam Ali, the first Shia Imam), because he, god damn him, committed his job among the people. But these individuals even lack the manliness of that scoundrel man, and do things stealthily. (Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Sahifeh Nour, Vol. 15, p. 139). Mujahedin-e-Khalq in International Documents 

Cultish Behaviour In MEK – Mandatory Uniform

Posted on: 2021/08/27

Habilian Association, August 27 2021:… Within the cult, hijab is limited to scarves, and women are not allowed to use other types of clothing such as shawls or hats, etc. The only colors that they could choose for their scarves were green, red, and khaki. Women could wear red and khaki scarves only in certain places, and if someone wanted to wear a red or khaki scarf outside the Mojahedin propaganda ceremonies, she would be reprimanded. Cultish Behaviour In MEK

Terrorists with Keyboards in Hand

Posted on: 2021/08/15

Habilian Association, August 15 2021:… The “Heshmat Alavi” persona had a strong presence on Twitter and harassed Iranian journalists, academics, and activists who are critical of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq organisation, a one-time armed guerilla group now holed up in Albania. There is no known link between the Iran Disinfo programme and the fake persona. At least one was cited by the Trump administration as proof against the effectiveness of the Obama-era nuclear deal. Some of the MEK articles were also picked up by US government funded Voice of America’s Persian-language service. Terrorists with Keyboards in Hand

How the MeK Tries to Revive the Militia of Saddam Regime

Posted on: 2021/08/04

Habilian Association, August 04 2021:… The National Liberation Army of Iran (NLA) is a label invented by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MeK) and took by some individuals to describe the so-called Military Wing of this group. However, those who are familiar with the MeK know the wrongness of this designation. That is because members of this terrorist cult along with its leaders are either actual or potential military forces. How the MeK Tries to Revive the Militia of Saddam Regime