Author: Anne Khodabandeh

Anne Khodabandeh

Anne Singleton (Khodabandeh) British born. Qualified in 1983 with BA Hons in English Language and Literature from Sheffield City Polytechnic. Main career has been as computer programmer with some of the UK's largest financial institutions. Additionally, became an activist with Mojahedin Khalq between 1980 and 1996. In 2001 started Iran-Interlink as a basis for helping victims of the cult. In 2003 published the book 'Saddam's Private Army' which charts Massoud Rajavi's perversion of the organisation he took over from being an armed political group opposed to the Iranian regime to a dangerous, destructive mind-control cult which aims to bring Rajavi to power in Iran through violence.




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Steve McCabe’s Crocodile Tears

Posted on: 2019/01/18

Labour MP Steve McCabe joined other MPs in the House of Commons to debate the situation of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who is in prison in Iran. The debate centered on Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s human rights which appear to have been violated by the Iranian judiciary. Of course, many fine words were spoken and the proper sympathy expressed over […]