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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 180 Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest –  180

Following the death of Mohammad Ali Jaberzadeh Ansari (aka Ghasem), Maryam Rajavi’s speech drew criticism as she offered her condolences not to the deceased’s family and friends, but to Massoud Rajavi. ‘You can’t offer condolences to a dead person’ wrote most commentators. Instead of attending the funeral in Paris, Maryam Rajavi went to Albania to firefight the chaos …

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 179 Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

Col. Wes Martin wrote attacking Anne and Massoud Khodabandeh in The Hill. Several Farsi commentators dismissed this as an attempt by the MEK/MKO/PMOI to boost their Google ratings. Further analysis points out that if President Trump dumps the MEK (which he will) it can be blamed on the ex-members. This represents the usual pattern for the MEK; creating a scapegoat …

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Farsi articles about the MEK/MKO/PMOI have noted that the group has been silent about Trump’s Muslim ban and other issues, contrary to the usual habit of commenting on everything under the sun. Instead they have been on overdrive to insist that President Trump will attack Iran very soon and there is no alternative and no way back. Apart from the usual commentary about their mercenary habits which …

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Reports from Albania say that after the Albanian foreign minister visited Iran and held talks with officials there, the whole MEK/MKO/PMOI has fallen into a panic. Farsi commentators say ‘this reminds us of when Iran and Iraq got together’. The panic became so critical that a written message in the form of a letter from Massoud Rajavi (regardless whether he is dead or alive), had to be read to the members …

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In Tirana, the MEK have printed and distributed maps and plans for the members. These show that the MEK/MKO/PMOI is purportedly planning to build a replica of Camp Ashraf in Albania. The MEK claims they will be given the land soon by the Albanian government and that the Albanians have got no say in this ‘because the Americans and NATO have ordered it and they will not be able to say no’. The plans …

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Misguided letter by MEK’s US lobbyists informs Iran the toolbox is truly empty Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Misguided letter by MEK’s US lobbyists informs Iran the toolbox is truly empty

Sources close to the MEK/MKO/PMOI have revealed that Maryam Rajavi has promised the Saudis that if she gets paid enough, the MEK, NCRI (whatever they call themselves), will be able to gather all the Iranian opposition under their wing and be the voice of all these various groups – whether based in London and Washington writing and talking, or in Kurdistan and Baluchistan carrying out terrorist acts …

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Iran and Albania to combat terrorism, extremism Iran

Iran and Albania to combat terrorism, extremism

Zarif, for his part, thanked his Albanian counterpart for sympathizing with Iran, and said that there are abundant opportunities for development of cooperation in political, Cultural and economic cooperation between the two countries. He also voiced Irans readiness to cooperate with Albania in the field of combating extremism and terrorism …

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 175 Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 175

… News from Albania this week reveals that Maryam Rajavi has resorted to sending not only high ranking MEK/MKO/PMOI enforcers, but also NCRI members, specifically Manouchehr Hezarkhani, in an attempt to calm people down amongst growing dissent. The interesting slant of this visit was that Hezarkhani told the people in Tirana ‘whatever problems you experienced in Iraq was because it was a …

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MEK and Saudis isolated as world leaders send condolences for Rafsanjani’s death Mujahedin Khalq Organization

MEK and Saudis isolated as world leaders send condolences for Rafsanjani’s death

The MEK tried on several occasions to assassinate Rafsanjani. The first attempt in 1981 came when the MEK planted a bomb at the Hezb Jomhouri headquarters resulting in the deaths of 72 leading personalities of the new Islamic Republic. Rafsanjani was targeted but hadn’t turned up that day. After the fall of Saddam Hussein, MEK/MKO/PMOI leader Massoud Rajavi wrote an open letter to Rafsanjani from his hideout asking him to consider him and his organisation. Rafsanjani did..

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 174 Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

In an interview with VOA’s Mehdi Falahati, an individual named Morteza Sadeghi claimed that the man called Ali Motamed, whose killing last year in the Netherlands had been linked to drugs and crime, was in fact somebody else. Sadeghi said the dead man was Mohammad Reza Kolahi who was responsible for blowing up the Hezb Jomhouri headquarters in Iran in 1981 and that this meant …

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