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.

Email: habilianassociation@iran-interlink.org

Website: https://www.habilian.ir

Monitoring Terrorism Threats – The Watchlist No. 1

Posted on: 2021/02/11

Habilian Association, February 10 2021:… During the last four decades, more than 17,000 Iranian people have fallen victim to terrorist operations by various anti-government groups in Iran.  These terrorist groups are all identified and almost all of them reside outside Iran. Their offices and headquarters are located in a number of foreign countries and overtly promote hatred and violence against the Iranian government. Monitoring Terrorism Threats – The Watchlist No. 1 

Mujahedin-e Khalq Foundation . From “Liberation Movement of Iran” to “Rajavi Cult in Albania”

Posted on: 2020/09/23

Habilian Association, September 23 2020:… “Mojahedin-e Khalq! You are the offspring of the Liberation Movement, you were born in 1964 while we were in prison and you went your own way, without running away from home or being expelled.” This is one of the most well-known statements of Mahdi Bazargan in May 1981 addressing Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO); a statement that was intended to pacify them. Mujahedin-e Khalq Foundation . 

Americans describe the MeK

Posted on: 2019/07/04

Habilian Association, Tehran, July 04 2019:… For decades, and based on U.S. intelligence, the United States government has blamed the MEK for killing three U.S. Army colonels and three U.S. contractors, bombing the facilities of numerous U.S. companies and killing innocent Iranians. Multiple administrations have rejected efforts by the MEK and its surrogates to claim that any bad acts were the result of what Torricelli calls “a Marxist group” that briefly ran the MEK while other leaders, who later rejected this cabal, were in prison. Americans describe the MeK