Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 21, 2020

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 21, 2020

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, February 23 2020:… ++ With the elections in Iran, the MEK sided with Brian Hook, demanding that people don’t vote, etc. Farsi reaction to this included those who ask ‘why don’t you have elections? If Iran’s elections are not good enough for you, why don’t you and your benefactors in Saudi Arabia hold elections yourselves? None of you hold elections, so you cannot criticise those who do.’ ++ Last week the MEK expressed great happiness that Trump was acquitted of impeachment charges. For several days they claimed this as a defeat for Iran. At that same time, Denmark arrested a Saudi-backed terrorist who was planning to attack Iranians in Denmark. The MEK, however, didn’t want to know about that. Commentators scoffed that ‘MEK can fill their sites about Trump but can’t even acknowledge that this was even news!’ Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 21, 2020

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 21, 2020

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cult++ On 22 Bahman – 12th February – when Iran celebrates the 41st anniversary of the Revolution, the MEK were daft enough to stage a small demonstration against their own Revolution in which they were active participants to oust the Shah. Some Farsi comments remind the MEK where they were then and where they are now – from the assassination of Americans and praising anti-Imperialists worldwide, up to when they ran away from Iran after which they suddenly changed. Some writers point to the MEK’s role as CIA infiltrators before 1981 – CIA agents pretending to be revolutionaries. After bringing them to Paris, they openly worked for the CIA – going to Iraq, changing their structure, changing their activities to suit the CIA agenda.

++ With the elections in Iran, the MEK sided with Brian Hook, demanding that people don’t vote, etc. Farsi reaction to this included those who ask ‘why don’t you have elections? If Iran’s elections are not good enough for you, why don’t you and your benefactors in Saudi Arabia hold elections yourselves? None of you hold elections, so you cannot criticise those who do.’

++ Last week the MEK expressed great happiness that Trump was acquitted of impeachment charges. For several days they claimed this as a defeat for Iran. At that same time, Denmark arrested a Saudi-backed terrorist who was planning to attack Iranians in Denmark. The MEK, however, didn’t want to know about that. Commentators scoffed that ‘MEK can fill their sites about Trump but can’t even acknowledge that this was even news!’

++ February 8 marked the anniversary of the 1982 attack on an MEK base in Tehran in which Mousa Khiabani – equal to Massoud Rajavi in those days – and Massoud Rajavi’s wife Ashraf Rabbii were killed. This year, Maryam Rajavi has been on overdrive in praising them, saying ‘we are with them’. She doesn’t usually make any fuss about this anniversary at all. Some older MEK members who knew of the situation at the time have commented that this is not what she thinks, and it is not what Massoud thinks. They point out in particular that during Rajavi’s internal Ideological Revolution he wanted to prove that Maryam, after Massoud, is the biggest personality in Iranian history. For that reason they had to seriously crush Mina Khiabani, who objected to her brother’s place in the MEK being denied. In fact, Rajavi worked hard to crush anyone who praised Khiabani. Other Farsi writers point out there is still the issue of a phone call made to the Iranian security services giving the address of the base. This call was not made from inside Iran. With the killing of Khiabani and Rabbii, the leadership space opened up for Massoud and Maryam to take over the MEK. They later killed Khiabani’s replacement Ali Zarkesh. They made Mehdi Abrishamchi shut up. They took control of the MEK’s assets and all this allowed them to make the MEK a mercenary force. If that phone call wasn’t made by Rajavi himself, it was certainly made by someone who benefitted from it.

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++ The families of the trapped MEK members in Albania are still actively campaigning and lobbying to have them helped. Several members of Nejat Society wrote to Josep Borrell, High Representative for EU Foreign Affairs, asking for help. One woman, Narges Beheshti, wrote a plea to international human rights bodies for help to meet with her brother Mostafa after their mother died without having contact. Another brother, Morteza, was killed while with the MEK.

++ Sarah K. Burris for Raw Story covered an NBC report on Rudi Giuliani. MSNBC host Chris Hayes said that “the group is so ‘toxic’ that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sent out a cable on Tuesday to all U.S. diplomatic posts telling them not to meet with Giuliani’s client. Giuliani, however, doesn’t work for the State Department, ‘so he can do whatever he wants,’ Hayes said. ‘And we all get to deal with the consequences.’”

++ Helen Buyniski in Russia Today examines what Twitter’s March 5 change to its rules will have on social media posts, arguing that the rules are too vague. “Which begs the question: what constitutes ‘serious harm’, or for that matter ‘public safety’, and who determines what is likely to result in it? Twitter has allowed faux-Iranian bots operated by the anti-Tehran Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) cult to run rampant on the platform, demanding an American invasion of “their” country – some of which have been retweeted by Trump himself as “proof” the Iranian people want regime change. The new rules leave a wide swath of content open to interpretation…”

++ MEK bought itself some publicity by demonstrating against the very Revolution it helped to make 41 years ago. Russia Today highlighted the MEK’s gathering to “to show solidarity with dissidents persecuted in Iran and highlight the importance of the killing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard commander Qassem Soleimani by a U.S. drone in Baghdad on January 3”.
In a long analytical article Yuram Abdullah Weiler in Dissident Voice mentions their role in those events. According to Weiler, the MEK were an internal threat to the new constitution, moving quickly from belligerence to violence carrying out terrorist bombings on the Islamic Republic Party and government leaders. The MEK went into self-exile and aligned with Saddam Hussein. “To date, the Washington regime views the MeK as a viable means by which to overthrow the legitimate government of Iran” says the author.

++ Mazda Parsi of Nejat Bloggers talks about Persian culture as one of the World’s oldest and richest. Iranians abroad raise their children with this culture and educate them about their homeland. When the second State Department directive said “diplomats should consider hosting members of the diaspora for “Persian cultural events”, Parsi commented “It seems that Iranian culture matters a lot to the US politicians as Donald Trump also threated Iranians to attack their cultural sites!” He goes on to point out that the MEK use Persian cultural events and traditions like Norouz simply to amplify their anti-Iran propaganda. MEK members are barred from enjoying the culture themselves; family life is banned, and the group has close relations with Israelis, making the group more valuable for its terrorist capacity than cultural influence.

++ In an interview with Deutsche Welle, an Iranian activist in Tehran said “There is no opposition movement in Iran that is capable of addressing all of the dissatisfaction of all strata of society… Various groups outside of Iran see themselves as part of the Iranian opposition. In my opinion, none of them has a serious chance of gaining significant approval or support within the country itself. Not even the United States is counting on them”, said Zeidabadi, referring to exiled Iranian opposition groups.

++ Lachlan Markay’ article ‘Trump’s Iran Man Met With a Former Terror Group’s Rep After Soleimani Strike’, in The Daily Beast revealed how “Brian Hook, a senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the U.S. Special Representative for Iran, met on January 31 with Robert G. Joseph, a former senior State official who now represents the National Council of Resistance of Iran, according to a foreign agent filing that Joseph submitted to the Justice Department”. The story was also picked up by Press TV.

Brian Hook Met MKO Rep. Before And After Soleimani’s Assassination

++ Dr. Olsi Jazexhi conducted a video discusses with Scott Bennett a former U.S. army psychological operation officer and counter-terrorism analyst the Iran – US conflict and the ways Israel is using MEK – Mujahedeen e-Khalq, ISIS, Jahbat al-Nusra and other terrorist organizations to cause war and destruction in the Middle East. They discuss the role that Christian Zionist politicians like John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence and Rudy Guliani have on fostering these extremist organizations who serve to the strategic interests of Israel in the Middle East. Scott Bennett analyses the history of false flag operations of US governments like the attack on Twin Towers on 9/11 as a way to wage war and terror in the world.

++ Ebrahim Khodabandeh in Tehran wrote a piece for Iran Interlink questioning ‘Where Is Albania Heading To?’ in response to Prime Minister Edi Rama’s full support for the MEK terrorist cult in the wake of events surrounding the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani. Albania expelled two more Iranian diplomats without explanation. Donald Trump thanked Albania. Khodabandeh believes this obedience to America’s demands and hosting a terrorist cult are not in the interests of the country and may have already jeopardized its accession to the EU.

++ Catherine Shakdam in Citizen Truth re-examines the MEK’s role in funding Spain’s far-right Vox Party, thus interfering in that country’s elections. “Little could anyone have imagined that the group, which advocates a fiercely Islamophobic front, would benefit from the financial largesse of one very vocal Islamist group: the Iranian MEK”. She concludes, “In any case it is now evident that Vox could never have achieved any political victory without the financial output volunteered by the MEK – proof that extremists, for all their rhetoric, are more than willing to work together to push their respective narrative into the spotlight”.

MEK and Spanish Far-Right VOX

++ Patrick Kingsley for The New York Times pulled off a brilliant journalistic coup and got himself inside the MEK’s camp in Manez, Albania for over three hours. He reports all that he saw – and didn’t see – during that visit. He also met with former MEK members living in Tirana, who filled the gaps and described the cult conditions inside the camp. This report attracted a lot of attention on social media as people shared their observations of the MEK as a malign group. Iranian outlets, including Press TV, Mehr News and TLAV gleefully amplified the NYT’s findings. Nejat Society talks about the situation for the members and ex-members, highlighting a conversation Kingsley had with gaffe-prone Ali Safavi.
Kingsley Tweeted: “The oddest moment came when I asked about Massoud Rajavi, who hasn’t been seen since 2003, and whom former members say is the subject of cult-like reverence.”
“Where is he?” said Ali Safavi, the group’s main representative in Washington. “Well, we can’t talk about that, that’s…”
He trailed off, staring at his feet.
Is he still alive? Is he in Albania?
“We can’t talk about it,” Mr. Safavi replied, after several seconds of silence.

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 21, 2020

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Where is Albania heading to?

Where is Albania heading to?Ebrahim Khodabandeh, Iran Interlink, February 13 2020:… The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCRI, NLA, or better known as the Rajavi cult) had a military base in Iraq facilitated by Saddam Hussein and they actively participated against their own county alongside the enemy in the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war. This was alongside a terrorist campaign waged inside Iran in the early 80s which claimed 12,000 lives. They also joined with Saddam’s army to suppress the 1991 uprisings in the north and south of Iraq. The cult has also a disturbing record of abusing the human rights of its own members who are brainwashed and isolated in a closed camp, first in Iraq and now in Albania. Where is Albania heading to? 

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Where is Albania heading to?

Ebrahim Khodabandeh

I am wondering where the Albanian government is heading by giving full support to a terrorist cult, which they hosted back in 2016 after it was expelled from Iraq.

MEK background

The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCRI, NLA, or better known as the Rajavi cult) had a military base in Iraq facilitated by Saddam Hussein and they actively participated against their own county alongside the enemy in the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war.

This was alongside a terrorist campaign waged inside Iran in the early 80s which claimed 12,000 lives. They also joined with Saddam’s army to suppress the 1991 uprisings in the north and south of Iraq.

The cult has also a disturbing record of abusing the human rights of its own members who are brainwashed and isolated in a closed camp, first in Iraq and now in Albania.

Saddam who had a hostile attitude towards Iran and Iranians used the MEK terrorist cult to carry out sabotage activities inside Iran until he was overthrown by the American invasion of the country in 2003.

MEK moved from Iraq to Albania

After the fall of the Baghdad dictator in 2003, the Iraqi governments, one after the other, insisted that the MEK, which they found a threat to the country’s national security, be expelled from Iraq. The problem was that no country was prepared to host them until Albania showed itself willing to do so for the short-term benefit of some politicians.

At the present time the Albanian government serves the cult in the same way as Saddam Hussein did in the past.

Trump Thanks Albania for ‘Standing Up To Iran’

On January 15, 2020 it was announced that ‘Albania Expelled Two More Iranian Diplomats’. Acting Albanian Foreign Minister Gent Cakaj announced the decision in a Facebook post. “The two representatives of the Islamic Republic have been asked to leave the territory of the Republic of Albania immediately,” Cakaj wrote, without offering further details.

U.S. President Donald Trump thanked Albania for expelling Iran’s diplomats for alleged national security reasons. According to the U.S. embassy in Tirana, Trump thanked Prime Minister Edi Rama in a letter for his “steadfast efforts to stand up to Iran”.

The Trump administration’s hostility towards Iran and Iranians is no secret, and the US president thinks that he might somehow use the MEK terrorist cult against Iran. This is why he supports the group and tries to keep it intact despite violations of the basic rights of the members.

The role of the Albanian government in this matter is no more than blindly following Washington’s guidelines, even if that means paying the price of losing the EU membership that they are so eager to gain.

EU-Albania relationship

Albania is an EU candidate country and it has made considerable progress in recent years in meeting the political criteria and the objectives related to the five key priorities for the opening of accession negotiations. However, the Albanian government needs to further tackle the remaining challenges in a sustainable, comprehensive and tangible manner, particularly when it comes to the fight against corruption at all levels, the fight against organized crime, promotion of the rule of law as well as judicial reform, the protection of minorities and establishment of good neighborly relations.

Now Albania, to appease its US instructors, has hosted a terrorist cult in Europe and fully supports it by every possible means. Defectors from the MEK are put under enormous pressure in order to be forced into returning to the cult, and the members are denied any contact with the outside world, particularly with their families. The Albanian government prevents the families of the MEK members from going there and visiting their loved ones.

What are the Albanians up to?

The Albanian government apparently prefers the short-term benefits of turning against Iran and supporting MEK against Iran to its long-term benefits in relation to Europe and the wider world. The MEK is no longer a security or even political threat for Iran, it is rather a human rights issue. But the MEK could well be a threat for Albania as well as the whole Europe.

The members have been brought to Albania without travel documents and therefore they have no legal status in the country (they are stateless) and they are currently living in conditions of modern slavery at the hands of the cult leaders.

In Albania, hundreds of members have left the cult and they have no legal and financial support at all. Thousands of families are deprived from having any contact with their loved ones in the MEK camp.

I am afraid the Albanians are taking a great risk by fully following Trump’s hostile policy towards Iran and Iranians. The support given by the Albanian government for US actions are unique in the world and will by no means make them closer to Europe.

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Where is Albania heading to?

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Maryam Rajavi mirrors Chalabi

Maryam Rajavi mirrors ChalabiEbrahim Khodabandeh, Iran Interlink, October 10 2019:… Now the Iranian Maryam Rajavi, leader of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA, Rajavi Cult) is playing (and has played for a long time) the same role as the Iraqi Ahmad Chalabi, this time in relation to Iran. On Monday September 30, 2019 in Washington, the group, which has close ties with the warmongers of the White House, announced baseless details blaming the missile drone attack against Saudi oil facilities on Iran. Without any evidence, the MEK claimed that the decision for the attack was taken by the Supreme National Security Council, presided over by President Rouhani and with the presence of Foreign Minister Zarif. Maryam Rajavi mirrors the role of Ahmad Chalabi

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Maryam Rajavi mirrors Chalabi

Ahmad Chalabi, the Iraqi politician who died in 2015, is widely known for pushing for the U.S. invasion of Iraq. From exile he helped provide the manufactured excuses needed by the United States for the invasion in 2003 but was eventually denied any share in power after the fall of Saddam Hussein.

Chalabi was perhaps the Iraqi most closely associated with President George W. Bush’s decision to go to war. He cultivated close ties with journalists in Washington and London, American lawmakers, the neoconservative advisers who helped shape Bush’s foreign policy, and a wide network of Iraqi exiles, many of whom were paid for fabricating and distributing intelligence against Saddam Hussein’s government.

It was later revealed that his group, the Iraqi National Congress, received more than $100 million from the C.I.A. and other agencies between its foundation in 1992 and the start of the war. He cultivated friendships with a circle of hawkish republicans – Dick Cheney, Douglas J. Feith, William J. Luti, Richard N. Perle and Paul D. Wolfowitz – who were central in the United States’ march to war.

Chalabi was used by the American warmongers to ‘sell’ the claim that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction and that he had refused to fully cooperate with United Nations weapons inspections as an excuse to launch war against the country.

But the case for the war was predicated on flawed intelligence, and a 2006 report by the Senate Intelligence Committee concluded that “false information” from sources affiliated with the “Iraqi National Congress” was used to support key intelligence community assessment on Iraq and was widely distributed in intelligence products prior to war.

Did Chalabi push the U.S. into the war or was he rather used by advocates of war to produce excuses and announce false intelligence? It was later proved that Chalabi was truly the loudspeaker of the White House warmongers whenever they were not able to directly show their faces. They needed a so-called opposition group to do the job for them or at least to pull the trigger.

Now the Iranian Maryam Rajavi, leader of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA, Rajavi Cult) is playing (and has played for a long time) the same role as the Iraqi Ahmad Chalabi, this time in relation to Iran.

Maryam Rajavi mirrors Chalabi

Now the Iranian Maryam Rajavi, leader of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA, Rajavi Cult) is playing (and has played for a long time) the same role as the Iraqi Ahmad Chalabi, this time in relation to Iran.

On Monday September 30, 2019 in Washington, the group, which has close ties with the warmongers of the White House, announced baseless details blaming the missile drone attack against Saudi oil facilities on Iran. Without any evidence, the MEK claimed that the decision for the attack was taken by the Supreme National Security Council, presided over by President Rouhani and with the presence of Foreign Minister Zarif.

This echoes the small task the MEK was previously given to promote the manufactured nuclear crisis against Iran. In August 2002, Alireza Jafarzadeh, the representative of the National Council of Resistance (a front organization for the MEK) to the U.S., appeared in a press conference in Washington and issued some nuclear intelligence against Iran. This was later proven to have been handed over to the MEK by Israeli Intelligence. This was being done while the group was listed as a terrorist entity by the U.S. State Department. The Americans only needed an Iranian opposition group to start the crisis, it wasn’t fussy about which one.

The MEK is a highly controversial group. It was responsible for killing several Americans in Iran during the 1970s. In 1992 its members attempted a violet attack on Iran’s U.N. delegation in New York. In 2012 it was removed from the U.S. State Department’s list of foreign terrorist organizations after an intense lobbying campaign that included paying retired U.S. government officials and leaders. Its supporters in the White House say the MEK has been an essential conduit for sensitive information about Iran’s nuclear program.

MEK members in Iraq were largely disarmed after the 2003 American invasion. The group had been granted protection by Saddam Hussein before the invasion and by the US army after the invasion and lived at Camp Ashraf for two decades. After the U.S. troop withdrawal in 2009, many group members moved in 2012 from Camp Ashraf to Camp Liberty, an abandoned U.S. military base. They have been now granted a remote and isolated base in Albania under the Trump Administration where the leaders have reconstructed their cultic internal relations and are doing their job in exactly the same way as performed by Ahmad Chalabi – the manufacture of excuses and false narratives to pave the way for war.

The MEK’s well financed meetings in Paris and now Albania are used as a platform for American politicians to announce their policy of regime change in Iran and the imposition of ‘maximum pressure’ sanctions. It is the only so-called opposition group which fully and unequivocally supports this policy to push the U.S. into war with Iran.

The Trump administration is conflicted about Iran. Even as the warmongers in the White House push for war there are others who are beginning to pull back. The MEK played its role in promoting accusations about Iran’s involvement in the Saudi missile attack. But this time, unlike Chalabi’s accusations, neither politicians nor media have given credence to Maryam Rajavi’s claims. It could well be that history lessons have been learned.

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How has the MEK – Rajavi cult – resisted disintegration

MEK Rajavi cult resisted disintegrationEbrahim Khodabandeh, Iran Interlink, August 27 2019:… The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA, Rajavi Cult), an armed opposition to the Islamic Republic of Iran, faced dramatic changes after Iraq was invaded by US forces in 2003, and Saddam Hussein, the only state sponsor of the leader Massoud Rajavi, was toppled. John Bolton, who served as the US government representative to the UN at the time, was the key lobbyist for the MEK. He was and is a regular paid attendee of Maryam Rajavi’s annual meetings. Several others, like Bolton, also desire to intensify conflict with Iran for the political and economic benefit of an elite rather than in the national interests of the US. How has the MEK – Rajavi cult – resisted disintegration

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How has the MEK (Rajavi cult) resisted disintegration?

Ebrahim Khodabandeh

The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA, Rajavi Cult), an armed opposition to the Islamic Republic of Iran, faced dramatic changes after Iraq was invaded by US forces in 2003, and Saddam Hussein, the only state sponsor of the leader Massoud Rajavi, was toppled.

MEK Rajavi cult resisted disintegration

According to the RAND report, the US recognized the cult base Ashraf as a base of the enemy and therefore once the MEK surrendered to the US military, the group was disarmed. But soon instructions from Washington kept the cult intact in their base in Iraq and protection was granted.

John Bolton, who served as the US government representative to the UN at the time, was the key lobbyist for the MEK. He was and is a regular paid attendee of Maryam Rajavi’s annual meetings. Several others, like Bolton, also desire to intensify conflict with Iran for the political and economic benefit of an elite rather than in the national interests of the US.

All through the years since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq in 2003, the subsequent Iraqi governments have insisted that the terrorist group – which was considered a threat to national security – be expelled from Iraq.

Finally, the US administration entered talks with the Albanian authorities and with the efforts of Hillary Clinton, who was the Secretary of State at the time, the group was moved to Tirana. The aim was to disband the group and reintegrate the individuals back into normal society. At that time this was called a humanitarian act which had no political purpose.

After the new administration took office in Washington and John Bolton became the National Security Adviser and Rudy Giuliani, who has visited Maryam Rajavi several times, became President Trump’s personal advocate, these plans changed and a remote isolated base belonging to the US air force was granted to the terrorist cult to build a new closed camp. The aim was to stop further defections from the group which had become easy after moving from Camp Liberty in Iraq to apartment blocks in Tirana city.

The US promised the Albanian authorities that the MEK presence in their country was temporary and there would be no costs or problems for the Albanian government. This is not the case now of course which is the consequence of new officials taking over the White House.

The policy of the Trump administration has been to exert maximum pressure on Iran to make the government yield to US demands. Supporting a terrorist cult, which claimed at least six US citizens lives in Tehran before the revolution and abandoning the program to disband the cult is part of this policy. A policy which is proving to be totally wrong and which so far has sent all the achievements of the former US administration down the drain.

The MEK leaders prevented the disintegration of the group with the direct help of the US team of hard liners under president Trump. Now the cult is in Albania and represents a security threat to Europe more than anywhere else.

One might ask, did Donald Trump mean to threaten Iran or Europe? The Iraqis managed to rid their country of the terrorist cult. Could Europe in general and Albania in particular manage to do the same?

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How has the MEK – Rajavi cult – resisted disintegration

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