Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered

Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered

Mujahedin Khalq UncoveredHabilian Association, September 23 2021:… Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered ; The Terrorist Group in The Eyes of International Media’, is a collection of articles on Mujahedin e-Khalq organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NCRI, PMOI, etc.), published in major international Media outlets from 2000-2017, and reports on the group published by governments, research institutes and think tanks that helps to understand how MKO’s terrorism has been viewed by experts, journalists, politicians, governments and international organizations during the past 17 years.

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Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered

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Mujahedin Khalq Uncovered; The Terrorist Group in The Eyes of International Media’, is a collection of articles on Mujahedin Khalq organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NCRI, PMOI, etc.), published in major international Media outlets from 2000-2017, and reports on the group published by governments, research institutes and think tanks that helps to understand how MKO’s terrorism has been viewed by experts, journalists, politicians, governments and international organizations during the past 17 years.

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Iran is estimated to have lost more than 17000 of its citizens to terror attacks since the establishment of the Islamic Republic, 12000 of whom are reportedly assassinated only by the MKO. The atrocities and crimes of the MKO set up one of the bloodiest chapters of Iranian history. Soon following the Iranian Islamic revolution, the organization started a phase of armed struggle in a bid to destabilize the newly formed government and have its revenge of failing to assume a share in the power. As a result, MKO’s dedicated terrorist teams launched numerous blind suicide operations, bombings, gun-shot assassinations as well as street gun-battles in which many innocent civilians and key officials were killed. In 2005, a report titled ‘No Exit’ was released by Human Rights Watch describing the terrorist group as a cult of personality that systematically violates the human rights of its own members.

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There are also reports that members of the MKO deify Maryam Rajavi, who has already proclaimed herself “president” of Iran. Her photographs are frequently found in MKO camps, and MKO members staged forced public self-immolations to protest her 2003 arrest in Paris. MKO’s terrorist activities in Iran and abroad were not left unnoticed by global Media. The group’s terrorist nature has been widely reflected in the Media during the past 2 decades. Although the MKO has been described as a terrorist group in MEK Uncovered 13 official documents released by various governments including the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, etc, in the past few years, the group succeeded to lobby its name out of the lists of terrorist organizations thanks to its big lobbying campaigns and large sums of money paid to the people that lobby on its behalf. Considering MKO’s long history of adopting terrorism and cult-like practices as major tools to achieve its political aims, it is worth knowing how MKO’s terrorist and cult-like nature is reflected in major international Media outlets and research institutes in the past 2 decades.

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Mujahedin-e-Khalq in International Documents

Mujahedin-e-Khalq in International Documents Maryam RajaviHabilian Association, September 03 2021:… Do not assume that they are doing such actions because they are powerful. They exploded a bomb somewhere; a 12-year-old child can also take a bomb, plant it somewhere and blow himself up. This is the utmost weakness. I consider these (MKO members) as worse than Ibn Muljam (person who killed Imam Ali, the first Shia Imam), because he, god damn him, committed his job among the people. But these individuals even lack the manliness of that scoundrel man, and do things stealthily. (Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Sahifeh Nour, Vol. 15, p. 139). Mujahedin-e-Khalq in International Documents 

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Do not assume that they are doing such actions because they are powerful. They exploded a bomb somewhere; a 12-year-old child can also take a bomb, plant it somewhere and blow himself up. This is the utmost weakness. I consider these (MKO members) as worse than Ibn Muljam (person who killed Imam Ali, the first Shia Imam), because he, god damn him, committed his job among the people. But these individuals even lack the manliness of that scoundrel man, and do things stealthily. I consider Abbas Agha (Tabrizi), who shot Iran’s prime minister and himself in public with pistol when he saw he was going to be caught, a (real) man. Those who decamped from here, and give orders from abroad (to their agents) to surreptitiously kill people. These are the theses of the scoundrels.
Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Sahifeh Nour, Vol. 15, p. 139

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Forced Divorces in Mujahedin Khalq

Forced Divorces in Mujahedin KhalqHabilian Association, September 15 2021:… Although MEK achieved considerable notoriety for its cultish regulations in compelling members to divorce their spouses, it should be noted that forced marriage was part of the MEK’s organizational relationship before the mandatory divorce and for so long many forced marriages took place as stipulated by the MEK leadership. In this regard, Ahmad Reza Karimi writes in his book entitled A Description of the History of Mujahedin Khalq of Iran and Its Stand Point. Forced Divorces in Mujahedin Khalq 

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Forced Divorces in Mujahedin Khalq

Forced Divorce, a Cult-Like Behavior

In today’s world, forced marriage may seem like a time-worn phenomenon, but it still threatens few societies. Forced marriages are not specific to backward and underdeveloped societies, but may occur anywhere in the world. Many cults forcibly marry men and women in developing and developed countries. Organizational marriage is a type of forced marriage that was common in the Mujahedin Khalq (MEK) and in a way showed the commitment of members to the goal of the organization and adherence to the cause of its leaders.

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Although MEK achieved considerable notoriety for its cultish regulations in compelling members to divorce their spouses, it should be noted that forced marriage was part of the MEK’s organizational relationship before the mandatory divorce and for so long many forced marriages took place as stipulated by the MEK leadership. In this regard, Ahmad Reza Karimi writes in his book entitled A Description of the History of Mujahedin Khalq of Iran and Its Stand Point:

“Since its inception till 1973, the MEK was a male-dominated organization and had no female members. The necessity for covering their hubs has led the organization to use women and girls. The first female recruits were the relatives of the executed or killed members and prisoners of the organization … At that time, Reza Rezaei had two marriages within the organization, which was in fact the cornerstone of moral corruption: The first marriage was with Leila Zomordian (Sharif Vaqefi’s next wife) and his second marriage was with Simin Salehi, who after hiding in early 1973 was not even legally separated from her former husband. Some women and girls did not even have the least political or organizational capabilities and were kept in the organization only to justify the hubs as well as sexual exploitation. A telling example of this is a member like Leila Zomordian, who after Reza Rezaei and Sharif Vaqefi, married to Taghi Shahram for a short period of time, and then changed her husband several times in different houses.”

MEK members’ suicides as a result of moral and sexual failures and frustrations … The MEK leaders’ monopoly in sexual matters is also one of the important consequences of such corruption. Taqi Shahram, one of the ideologues of the MEK, married to five wives during his activity … Another implication of moral corruptions in the organization is sexual suicides, which were caused by moral and sexual failures and frustrations.

Misguided beliefs justify sexual exploitations

Jafar Shojooni says in his memoirs: The MEK’s interpretation of Quran was weird. How is it that two or three hijabi pious girls live and sleep with ten or twenty young boys for six months? They recited this verse to those girls: “…Do not reveal their adornments except to their husbands” (Quran, 24:31). The verse says that positions of adornment that are above the neck and above the hands should not be shown except to women’s husbands, but within the MEK it is being interpreted in a different way, saying that the parts of adornment are “from the knees to the abdomen” that should be hidden from anybody except from their comrades in arms.

The theory of the ideological revolution was completed in 1986, when Maryam Azodanlu (Rajavi) divorced her husband Mehdi Abrishamchi and married to Massoud Rajavi before the expiration of the waiting period.

They used the same strategy to sexually exploit young women and girls and termed it as a sacred act as “marriage”. For example, Mehdi Abrishamchi was presented with Mousa Khiabani’s 18-year-old sister as a gift from the leadership!



Forced divorce and ideological revolution

Right after the Iran-Iraq ceasefire in mid-1988, MEK launched thousands of its warriors across the Iranian border, but they suffered a humiliating defeat. Masoud Rajavi announced a plan calling it an ideological revolution and considered the failure as a result of members’ family ties. Hence, he ordered all the members to divorce their spouses. Even the single members made a commitment to forbid marriage. The other side of the coin were divorced women who obeyed Rajavi’s command and married him during a cultish ceremony called “Salvation Dance”. In this regard, female members Batool Soltani, Homeira Mahmoudnejad, Zahra Moeini and Nasrin Ebrahimi are the people who have exposed such behaviors in MEK after defection.

Organizational marriages, forced divorces, hysterectomies, and the like are all rooted in the cultish aspects of the MEK. Those people who had wasted their youth in the cult of MEK warn that joining cults is one of the greatest threats of every nation.

This issue is now considered as a threat and has been introduced as the highest social harm and being in a cult is more terrible than addiction. Women are the mainstay of the family in all societies and such cultish behaviors have destructive effects on societies. So, in order to save women, families, and societies, the cults and their cultish thinking and practices must come to an end.

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