Mazda Parsi, Nejat Bloggers, June 15 2014: … The legacy of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein appears in a more dangerous group called Islamic Iraqi State and the Levant (Daesh in Arabic). ISIS was formed in April 2013 and grew out of al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). It has since been disavowed by al-Qaeda, but become one of the main jihadist groups fighting government forces …
What makes Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) and ISIS brothers?
The legacy of Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein appears in a more dangerous group called Islamic Iraqi State and the Levant (Daesh in Arabic).
ISIS was formed in April 2013 and grew out of al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). It has since been disavowed by al-Qaeda, but become one of the main jihadist groups fighting government forces in Syria and is making military gains in Iraq according to BBC.
Correspondents say it appears to be surpassing al-Qaeda as the world’s most dangerous jihadist group. Some suggest that Al Qaida rejects ISIS because it is too extreme!
One part of the ISIS’s supporters in Iraq includes elements of former Iraqi Baa’th regime that severely oppose the government of Nouri al Maliki. Eventually, as “Saddam’s Private Army” the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO) is naturally one of their sponsors in their distressing acts of violence and terror in Iraq and Syria.
Baathists welcome ISIS and MKO welcomes both. Saddam Hussein’s daughter in Jordan, with whom the MKO is in close collaboration, went further and thanked the Saudi government for supporting ISIS, reported Iran Interlink.
This devil alliance between Baathists, extremists and cultists is not accidental. It is actually originated in the cult-like violence which exists in the substance of such groups. Definitely, the cult of Rajavi and ISIS resort to violence and terror as their only solution to the world’s problems.
The most crucial factor in the rule of both which is based in violence is that dissident voice must be silenced by killing and bloodshed. This essential rule was instructed to them by their main masters Saddam Hussein and Osama. However, today they are more aggressive that their predecessors.
The MKO leaders also deal out harsh treatment against their own members in their camps. Members including hundreds of women are isolated from the outside world just like the so-called Islamic state of ISIS in Mosul under which women are banned from getting out of house or being uncovered.
The cult’s website praises the ISIS’s statement in which it promises to kill the government forces unless they surrender. Calling the ISIS terrorists as “Revolutionary forces” the MKO propaganda expresses solidarity with them.
ISIS forces are considered brothers by the MKO because they are the group’s ideological brothers if not biological brothers.
Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton): Silencing the victims of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult, PMOI, NCRI …) to promote Maryam Rajavi ‘No Exit’ – Human Rights Abuses Inside the Mojahedin Khalq Camps – Human Rights Watch, May 2005
Mazda Parsi, Nejat Bloggers, May 28 2014: … Evidence of collaborating with terrorists in Syria and elsewhere is the issue for more impeachment of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization. The MKO connection with radical extremists has entered into an alliance with the world’s leading terrorist organization al-Qaeda and eventually its factions in Syria —in their zeal to overthrow …
Mazda Parsi, Nejat bloggers, May 25 2014: … Dr. Shaheed’s assistant explained to Ali Gharib that Shaheed felt the event’s framing “made it feel less like a briefing and more of something that encroached upon what he believes is his independence on the issue” of human rights in Iran. It is noteworthy that a delegation from Nejat Society including former MKO members and …
Saeed Kamali Dehghan, Guardian, May 17 2014: … The MEK appearance at the programme reportedly made the UN special rapporteur for human rights in Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, to withdraw from the event, the Nation’s Ali Gharib reported on Wednesday. To much criticism by the Iranian authorities, Shaheed has extensively reported on the violations of rights in Iran …
Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton), Middle East Strategy Consultants, May 15 2014: … The Skype appearance followed a failed attempt to get Rajavi a US visa during the P5+1 negotiations on May 8. It was known that Rajavi had also applied to visit Canada, but apparently she wasn’t welcome there either, and in the end Rajavi’s speech from her headquarters outside Paris …
Elsa S. Vejo Destrella Digital (Digital Star), May 10 2014: … The question still remains unresolved and the experts bring to the fore the question of where does the MEK get all the money it costs to maintain this important network of contacts and support . According to Vidal-Quadras, solely from the Iranians in the diaspora, “some of them are very wealthy”. Although …