POW’s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania

POW’s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania

Edward Termado POW s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania Nejat Society, October 10 2020:… The BBC report titled “Prison in Prison” was published on September 20. The BBC reporter Jiar Gol covered the fate of the Iranian soldiers who were taken as POW by Iraqi forces and then were recruited by the MEK. He interviewed two defectors who left the MEK after years of imprisonment in Iraqi jails and then in the MEK camps. Edward Tromado was one of the interviewees. He, as any army soldier, was taken as a war prisoner in the early days of the Iran-Iraq war. Edward spent 9 years in Iraqi prisons. POW’s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania

POW s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania (BBC Persian Service)POW’s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania (BBC Persian Service)

POW’s and Mujahedin-e Khalq From Iraq to Albania

“Cult Members never laugh. They don’t have humor. Humor is a human thing. They don’t have any natural creative ability to be funny just like AI.” Lauren Pritchard

The quote seems so familiar to those who were involved with the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (The MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi). Just a few days ago, a former member of the group told BBC Persian that “laughing was forbidden in the MEK”.

I was in the MEK for 12 years and I envied the Iraqi prisons thousands of times

The BBC report titled “Prison in Prison” was published on September 20. The BBC reporter Jiar Gol covered the fate of the Iranian soldiers who were taken as POW by Iraqi forces and then were recruited by the MEK. He interviewed two defectors who left the MEK after years of imprisonment in Iraqi jails and then in the MEK camps.

Edward Tromado was one of the interviewees. He, as any army soldier, was taken as a war prisoner in the early days of the Iran-Iraq war. Edward spent 9 years in Iraqi prisons, according to BBC. He was recruited by the MEK in 1989 and shortly after, he realized the bizarre conditions inside the group. “I was in the MEK for 12 years and I envied the Iraqi prisons thousands of times,” he tells Jiar Gol.

Why did he envy the violent and deficient life of war prisoners’ camps of Iraq?

His answer is revealing: “In Iraqi prison, we went through all pressures, restrictions and violence with jokes and laughter but in the MEK, laughter was totally forbidden, you were never allowed to laugh. If two people talked to each other, they would be told, “you have Mahfel”. (Mahfel is a Persian word referring to a group of people gathering together)

Leaders of the cults make efforts to manipulate the minds of their followers; they try to form the members’ minds as robots with Artificial Intelligence. However, most human beings instinctively resist coercion so leaders’ endeavors result in opposite, as the communist states experienced it in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Block.

Under the rule of communism, people used to indicate their protest by making jokes and cartoons of their political and social problems. It was kind of underground literature for the citizens of these countries who were deprived from freedom of expression. In the MEK, this underground literature is called Mahfel.

In a dictatorship, joke and laughter is a media in the hands of people all over the society. Actually, the dictatorship turns into a machine that produces comedy; their economic theories and their suppressive system cause a constantly ridiculous situation.

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In the absence of freedom of speech and unbiased journalism and media, jokes reflect the real reaction of the society to the system. The clandestine jokes or Mahfels –in the MEK- not only help cult members maintain their social relations in the closed ideological structure of the cult but also preserve happiness in the community of the cult and ultimately prevents members from getting brainwashed by the system.

The leaders of the Mujahedin Khalq need to prohibit anything that causes hilarity among members in order to keep them in the cult-like structure of the group. These mind-manipulated individuals, with demolished creativity simply obey the absolute power of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. Under the rule of the leaders they may deny every human feeling and emotion in their inner selves. They may even show up in front of the cameras of the MEK’s TV channel to deny their love for their family but what is really going on in the covert layers of human relations in the group (ie in the Mahfels) is more important. Mind of a human being is the freest place in the whole world.

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Departure from Iraq: Broken Taboo, the MKO Lose (Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult, MEK)

Edvard Tremado (Translated by Nejat Society), May 30 2013: … It is known to everyone that heavy efforts were made by the UN and other international bodies as well as enduring families of the residents – who tolerated the cold and heat in Iraq– and also former members of the MKO. The negotiations between UN, Iraqi government and third countries to convince other states…

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First of all I should congratulate the prisoners [held in the MKO] and their families on the departure of the first group of hostages held in Iraq to Albania.Departure from Iraq: Broken Taboo, the MKO Lose

It is known to everyone that heavy efforts were made by the UN and other international bodies as well as enduring families of the residents – who tolerated the cold and heat in Iraq– and also former members of the MKO. The negotiations between UN, Iraqi government and third countries to convince other states of the world to accept captives of the MKO resulted in the departure of 14 people. Besides, the interviews and illuminating posts by former members helped neutralize the tactics of the MKO leaders who intended to impose their forceful stay on Iraqi people and government so that they could take advantage of their stay in Iraq and by gradually making our friends be killed in their camps they could run their propaganda.

It was long ago that Albanian Government offered to accept 210 Liberty residents. If the group leaders had agreed with offer immediately, other residents of the camp would have been relieved about their departure and the relocation process would have been accelerated. Quite the reverse, the MKO leaders urged on their stay in Iraq and put accusations on special Representative of the UN Secretary General, Martin Kobler and even his wife [German ambassador in Iraq] in their efforts to prolong and stabilize to their stay in Iraq; Massoud Rajavi even declared the departure from Iraq as taboo. His funny sentence did not only include the departure from Iraq but also boycotted departure from the organization

Anyway, the Taboo of leaving the MKO has been broken. A number of the members could reach the outside world where they can see the wonders of the world they had been deprived from for about three decades. The vital thing about these people is that they should never let the MKO dominate them and exploit them again. They should decide for their future with their own free will not under the will of the MKO leaders who left them in the deserts of Iraq and fled to Europe to enjoy the best life and comfort there.

Certainly, the gradual departure of the MKO members from Iraq is the start of the group collapse. We should wait and see what’s coming.

Edvard Tremado – Translated by Nejat Society

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Photo Exhibition Press Club, Brussels – International Terrorism Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult) 

Aawa Association, December 08 2018:… Anne Khodabandeh, placed the MEK’s current survival in the context of Neoconservative support. This means that in spite of well documented severe human rights violations, the MEK’s ‘regime change’ narrative is supported by paid advocates. The danger however is that the MEK will escalate their false flag ops in Europe which are blamed on Iran, only this time Europeans may be killed … 

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Photo Exhibition Press Club, Brussels – International Terrorism Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult) 

A Photo Exhibition was held at the Press Club in Brussels  between 3 – 7 December, 2018. The exhibition was formally opened by a panel of speakers who outlined the content and purpose of the photo exhibition. The exhibition aims to enlighten reporters and media to the dangerous consequences of blind support for the MEK. Three of the participants gave interviews in English afterwards in which they explained why the MEK is a danger to Europe and that although they joined MEK to fight for freedom and democracy in Iran, they soon discovered this was a lie, but were trapped inside the MEK by imprisonment and torture.

Anne Khodabandeh, Open Minds De-Radicalization Consultant placed the MEK’s current survival in the context of Neoconservative support. This means that in spite of well documented severe human rights violations, the MEK’s ‘regime change’ narrative is supported by paid advocates. The danger however is that the MEK will escalate their false flag ops in Europe which are blamed on Iran, only this time Europeans may be killed.

Reza Jabelli, Service Etat Civil et Population – Aawa Association, related his history with the MEK from his teenage years to the time he managed to escape the cult in Iraq when the US army guarded the MEK camp. He said that when he joined the MEK he believed it was fighting for freedom and democracy. When he discovered this was a lie, the MEK held him captive for many years, sometimes in solitary confinement, in an attempt to force him to change his mind. Jabelli said that when Maryam Rajavi was arrested by French counter terrorism police in Paris in 2003, she ordered her followers to set fire to themselves. This example shows that the MEK can pose a serious threat to peace and security in Europe because the group has not given up its belief in violence and terrorism.

Edvard Termador introduced himself as an Armenian-Iranian and a Christian. He explained how he had been a Prisoner of War in Iraq for nine years as a result of the Iran-Iraq war. Although he had the opportunity to return to Iran at the end of the war, he chose to join the MEK because he believed they would bring freedom and democracy to Iran. When he realised this was a deception, he was imprisoned inside MEK camps before being handed over to the Abu Ghraib political prison of Saddam Hussein. He warned against believing the MEK’s false presentations of democracy.

Anne Khodabandeh, Open Minds, De-Radicalisation Consultant, PHOTO-EXHIBITION in Bruxelles
(International Terrorism Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult)

Reza Jabelli, Service Etat Civil et Population, PHOTO-EXHIBITION in Bruxelles
(International Terrorism Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult)

Edward Termado, Christian, Armenian-Iranian, PHOTO-EXHIBITION in Bruxelles
(International Terrorism Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult)

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