Author: 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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ASILA Launched in Albania – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Nov 26 2021

Posted on: 2021/11/28

Iran Interlink, November 27 2021:… On 24th November in Albania, the Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania (ASILA) was launched. Founding members of ASILA, Dashamir Mersuli (president), Gjergji Thanasi (Secretary), Hassan Heyrani (Executive Head), with some former members of the MEK held their first meeting. In an interview for SCAN-TV on YouTube, Mersuli and Heyrani explained the aim of ASILA. According to Heyrani, ASILA was legally registered as an institute to support defectors from the Rajavi Cult (aka MEK) 

Association for the Support of Iranians living in Albania ( ASILA )

Posted on: 2021/11/27

Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania (ASILA), Tirana, Albania, November 27 2021:… Defectors of the Mujahedin Khalq (MEK) who reside in Albania established an association to support the MEK defectors in Albania. Hassan Heirani, former member of the MEK announced the establishment of the association which is supposed to help Iranians who leave the MEK’s camp in Durres, near Tirana. “The Association was registered as a legal institute to support those who defect the Cult of Rajavi,” Hassan Heirani said. Association for the Support of Iranians living in Albania ( ASILA )

Fictitious Courts Using Mujahedin-Khalq Terrorists As Legitimate Witnesses

Posted on: 2021/11/25

Jack Turner interviews Robert Fantina, Geopolitica, November 24 2021:… In the present interview with Mr. Robert Fantina, we address a few questions about the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), which are an epitome of these inconsistencies and dual policies of the Western political community and media. Mr. Robert Fantina is a journalist and political analyst, and an author of wonderful books that you can find on Amazon. He’s working for peace and social justice. He writes extensively about US foreign policy and the Middle East. Courts Using Mujahedin-Khalq Terrorists

Well-funded exile regime-change outfits are hardly paragons of virtue

Posted on: 2021/11/24

Kourosh Ziabari, Asia Times, November 24 2021:… Aside from its perfidious alliance with Saddam Hussein during the internecine Iran-Iraq War in 1980s, when it opened fire on its fellow citizens in multiple operations, MEK has worked in cahoots with some of the most reactionary politicians in the United States and far-right parties in Europe, and accepted funding from Saudi Arabia, to advocate for augmented sanctions on Iran. Well-funded exile regime-change outfits are hardly paragons of virtue 

Take a look at Rand And HRW Reports On Mujahedin-Khalq MEK

Posted on: 2021/11/22

State Department, (First Published Dec 20 2011), Well, I mean, like the North Koreans, are they running around kidnapping people and bringing them to Camp Ashraf? How do you get there involuntarily? How would one get there? AMBASSADOR FRIED: There – well, let me refer you to some of the outside studies that have been written – the Rand Corporation report, for one. Take a look at that, or Human Rights Watch. They’ve described what they think are some of the problems. The MEK denies it. Right now, our concern is humanitarian and getting the people out of Ashraf over to Liberty, and then we’ll deal with the next set of really tough problems, which is repatriation/resettlement of these folks. Reports On Mujahedin-Khalq MEK 

MEK Witness Suffers Dementia – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Nov 19, 2021

Posted on: 2021/11/20

Iran Interlink, November 20 2021:… According to observers in Albania, the situation is “chaotic” as one witness was dismissed by the judge because he suffers dementia. Another MEK member claims they witnessed the “massacre of 30,000 people”. Certainly the legal teams on both sides will have a lot of work to sort out fact from fiction in this case. The MEK witnesses are led by the MEK’s legal representative, Behzad Safari, a man who defrauded his own father of $30,000 and who studied dentistry in London before joining MEK in the 1980s.. MEK Witness Suffers Dementia 

Iranian Mojahedin Khalq – Struggle For Freedom Using Cultic Methods

Posted on: 2021/11/16

Luisa Hommerich, Zeit Online, November 16 2021:… Iranian Mojahedin Khalq . The cult headquarters is evidently located in the respectable Berlin district of Wilmersdorf, in a quiet cross street between two tennis clubs. The villa is painted beige, neatly trimmed bushes adorn the front garden, flower boxes the window sills, behind the windows hang blue curtains. Here, behind the bourgeois façade, an Iranian political cult is said to have largely isolated about 50 women and men from the outside world until a few years ago. 

Swedish Court In Albania Grinds On – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Nov 12, 2021

Posted on: 2021/11/13

Iran Interlink, November 13 2021:… More on the Swedish court in Albania. Commentators ask why the court has gone to Albania to take witness testimony? Why didn’t they send the witnesses to Sweden? Some say that it is clear: if they get to Sweden they will run away and claim asylum there. Many know these people from MEK. They explain: they have been killing and begging, but they have done so as Gladiators, forced to do this by Rajavi. If they have the chance, they will not go back to Albania. Maryam Rajavi has to keep them captive there. Others comment that even though the judge could arrange visas for them to travel to Sweden, he knows they are fine to be used in Albania, but like dogs, should be kept in a kennel at the end of the garden. For the same reason, they don’t allow Maryam Rajavi out of Albania to visit the US, EU or UK. They will use her but not bring her inside the house. 

Mike Pence Hates Iranians – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Nov 05, 2021

Posted on: 2021/11/06

Iran Interlink, November 06 2021:… Several outlets reported on Mike Pence’s collaboration with the MEK. Daniel Larison, writing in the Anti War Blog, said “The willingness of so many prominent politicians and ex-officials to embrace such a group reflects how warped and toxic the debate over Iran policy is in this country.” He adds, “Any former official or retired officer that throws in with the MEK proves beyond any doubt that he hates the Iranian people and wants to cause them harm. In Pence’s case, we already knew that from the policies he supported in Congress and as Vice President, but it is useful to have it confirmed.” . Mike Pence Hates Iranians 

MEK Child Soldier Speaks Out – Freed At Last

Posted on: 2021/10/30

Zeit Magazin, Germany, October 30 2021:… He says he involuntarily spent twelve years in Iraq in the infamous Camp Ashraf, the former headquarters of the People’s Mojahedin. He is ready to make his story public, under his real name – as the first among the Cologne youth. “I want everyone to know what the People’s Mojahedin did to me. So that everyone knows what a dangerous group this is. ZEITmagazin put these allegations to the National Council of Resistance of Iran. It did not want to comment on the details, but through a law firm, stated that information about the People’s Mojahedin was largely controlled by the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence. MEK Child Soldier Speaks Out – Freed At Last