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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MEK and Lebanon – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

Posted on: 2020/08/09

Iran Interlink, August 09 2020:… Daniella Semaan is a model and footballer’s wife. In Farsi she says Lebanon’s problem is Hezbollah and that they were behind the explosion. The Tweet was heavily promoted by MEK’s click farm and then BBC Persian broadcast it, claiming it has been retweeted thousands of times. The MEK click farm in Albania is being used to put pressure on the Lebanese government to say something against Iran and Hezbollah. The problem for MEK is that the members don’t know Arabic, so the social media posts purporting to be from Lebanese citizens are written in Farsi along with the Arabic hashtags and phrases. An example is a Lebanese woman Tweeting in Farsi. MEK and Lebanon – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest 

Mossad info, MEK sources – Resorting to bribery, to blame Iran for AMIA

Posted on: 2020/08/02

Gareth Porter, The Grayzone, August 02 2020:… Nisman’s 2006 indictment of seven Iranian officials for the terror plot relied completely on the claims of senior members of the Mujahedin-E-Khalq (MEK), the Israeli and Saudi-backed Iranian exile cult. Not only were none of the MEK members in any position to provide reliable information about a supposedly high-level Iranian plot because they had been actively engaged in a terrorist campaign of their own against the Islamic government by helping Iraq’s then-President Saddam Hussein select targets in Iran. Mossad info,MEK sources – Resorting to bribery, to blame Iran. 

Forouq-e Javidan or Mersad – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

Posted on: 2020/08/01

Iran Interlink, July 31 2020:… Last week saw the anniversary of the 1988 Forouq-e Javidan or Mersad operation in which MEK tried to invade Iran and march on Tehran. Around half the group’s forces were killed and many injured when the Iranian military drew them into an ambush and attacked them. This week MEK said nothing about the operation in English or any other language but they did publish a lot in Farsi pretending it was a great victory for them. This prompted many to write. Several commentators point out that only a cult member would accept this as a victory. Some compared this to other so-called MEK victories – such as running away from Iran, going to Iraq, and being removed from Iraq even though they said they would not leave. All these were victories according to MEK. Some writing points out that this actually was a victory for Rajavi because he didn’t really want to go to Iran. He just wanted people to get killed so he could bank their blood to insure the future of the cult. MEK is proud of its long list of martyrs as ‘proof’ of its success. Forouq-e Javidan or Mersad – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest.  

Anniversary Of Mersad Operation By Rajavi And Saddam

Posted on: 2020/07/28

Alireza Niknam, Geopolitica, July 28 2020:… After Iran agreed to the terms of UN Resolution 598[1], Saddam Hussein confessed at a closed-meeting that he fully intended to renege on the terms of the ceasefire to strike Iran when it the least expected. Wafiq al-Samarraee, then the head of the Iraqi army intelligence agency and director of military intelligence for Iran noted: “President Saddam, at a special secret meeting at the Ministry of Defense told us: ‘if we succeed in overthrowing the Iranian government, Kuwait will join Iraq, so there is a historic opportunity for a massive attack to overthrow the Iranian regime and changing it with a new government which we will elect [2].” Anniversary Of Mersad Operation By Massoud Rajavi And Saddam Hussein 

The MEK Has No Future In Iran

Posted on: 2020/07/24

Alireza Niknam. The Interview With Prof. Tim Anderson,, July 24 2020:… For example, a 1994 US State Department report said: “shunned by most Iranians and fundamentally undemocratic, the Mojahedin-e Khalq are not a viable alternative to the current government of Iran” (Shermen 1994). Even a 2018 poll of Iranian Americans showed only 6 percent support for the MEK as a “legitimate alternative” to the current government. The year before a poll of Iranian Americans by the same group showed only 7% had a favourable view of Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the MEK (in Mehr 2019). Explaining this in 2019, former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, John Limbert, wrote that “Iranian Americans … knew the group well and detested it. They knew its murderous history in Iran” (Mehr 2019). All that is before we come to Iranians living in Iran. The MEK Has No Future In Iran 

US Supported MEK Terrorists And Their  Annual Conference In Albania

Posted on: 2020/07/23

Stephen Lendman,, July 23 2020:… During Friday’s conference, MEK leader Maryam Rajavi said its “mission…is to overthrow the mullahs.” The NCRI is an MEK front group. During Friday’s online session, Giuliani promoted regime change in Iran, saying the following: “(T)he mullahs are like the people who ran the mafia, the people I prosecuted who ran the mafia and extorted their people,” adding:  “Regime change in Iran is within reach. That’s the goal of NCRI and (MEK head) Maryam Rajavi.” She delivered red meat remarks that included saying “(o)ur first commitment is…overthrow(ing) (Iran’s ruling authorities and) reclaim(ing)” the country. For all its huffing, puffing, US training, and monetary support from Washington and the Saudis, the MEK has scant backing in Iran at most. US Supported MEK Terrorists And Their  Annual Conference In Albania 

US Harboring Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) Terrorists

Posted on: 2020/07/12

Financial Tribune, July 12 2020:… It is in fact the US that is promoting terrorism not only in this region, but almost everywhere in the world. “The United States’ interventionist approach in our region has created chaos and an environment fertile for terrorism to grow,” he said. He blamed the US for harboring the MKO (the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization), a notorious and dangerous terrorist organization responsible for the killing of at least 12,000 Iranians and many Iraqis. The MKO political-militant organization advocates overthrowing the Islamic Republic leadership and installing its own government. “By providing the deadliest weaponry to aggressors in the conflict in Yemen, the US is responsible for the continued catastrophe in that country resulting in the terrorizing and killing of many innocent Yemenis,” Takht-Ravanchi said at the close of his speech.US Harboring Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) Terrorists 

MEK Lobbyist Eliot Engel Lost His Seat

Posted on: 2020/06/28

Eric Levitz, New York Magazine, June 28 2020:… Eliot Engel was one of blue America’s most enthusiastic supporters of the war in Iraq. He was an opponent of Barack Obama’s nuclear agreement with Iran. After the Obama administration allowed the passage of a United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlement expansion in the occupied West Bank, Engel introduced a House resolution condemning the U.N. In 2016, as Saudi Arabia was starving and bombing Yemeni civilians, Engel joined Republicans in defeating a measure that would have restricted Riyadh’s access to cluster munitions, weapons that leave behind minelike explosives that can kill civilians for decades after a conflict has ended. MEK Lobbyist Eliot Engel Lost His Seat 

Maryam Rajavi In Albania – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Jun 26, 2020

Posted on: 2020/06/27

Iran Interlink, June 27 2020:… Every day MEK have published a couple of articles in English and Arabic claiming that the Iranian government has confessed in this site that these people are agents of the MOIS. Today, Massoud Khodabandeh wrote a paragraph on his Facebook page in response to a video by Davoud Baghervand Arshad in Germany, who runs the organisation No to Terrorism and Cults. In his video, Davoud explains how MEK re-hash things to promote their own conclusions, including this issue. Khodabandeh answered saying ‘yes I saw your video and went and found the site. Ironically, the site is not easy to find but somehow MEK found it. The site, Rahyaftegan which translates as ‘the ones who have found the path’, is for recruiting Christians to become Muslim Shias. MEK have found this ‘quote’ and used it to prove their point. It shows where the MEK is sitting  .  Maryam Rajavi In Albania 

MEK and Violence – Anniversary of 17 June 2003

Posted on: 2020/06/17

Iran Interlink, June 17 2020:… Maryam Rajavi’s arrest on 17 June 2003 and its aftermath gave the states and the public opinion the opportunity to see behind the pseudo-democratic face of Mojahedin. Accused of terrorist activities, association with a terrorist organization and financing terrorist operations, the French Police raided the office of MKO at Auvers-sur-Oise and arrested 164 suspected Mojahedin cadres as well as Maryam Rajavi. Immediately after the arrests, a number of the group’s insiders immolated themselves in public in a series of premeditated missions as leverages of pressure to buy Maryam Rajavi’s freedom. The human tragedy ended with two deaths; according to the group’s own reports, two women, Sediqeh Mojaveri and Neda Hassani died because of the self-immolation injuries. One more was paralyzed forever. MEK and Violence – Anniversary of 17 June 2003