Rajavi's Cult Defectors Memoirs

Families’ presence at Camp Liberty gate gave me courage to liberate myself, Ex-member MKO former members

Families’ presence at Camp Liberty gate gave me courage to liberate myself, Ex-member

I drew my escape plan. In the evening of a stressful day I came out of the container. I looked around and at a suitable moment ran into a gap within the concrete barriers of Camp Liberty. I was full of stress, anxiety, joy and hope. All of a sudden about 10 MKO/MEK/PMOI members rushed after me. They invaded and beaten me. I shouted and asked for help....

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Defector of the MKO reopen the black Box of Camp Ashraf Massacre Camp Ashraf

Defector of the MKO reopen the black Box of Camp Ashraf Massacre

The human wall was formed by young women. They wanted to pretend that Rajavi was in the base ignoring his disappearance since years ago. They cried so badly that the poor rank and file would believe that Massoud Rajavi was really there. This was another fraudulent show by Rajavi to give the false impression that he was in Iraq together with his rank and file!

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The Youngest defector of the MKO recounts his story MKO former members

The Youngest defector of the MKO recounts his story

Bayram who is terrified by the MKO aka MEK/PMOI terrorist group, asks to leave the group’s cult-like bars but he is told that he should wait!So, he waits as long as 14 years. ”Fourteen years of waiting, separation from family and society and having no access to the free world,” he says....

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A portrait of “Eternal Light” drawn by an Eye – witness Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror group

A portrait of “Eternal Light” drawn by an Eye – witness

Ms. Manijeh Habashi who is a former sympathizer and member of the MKO, witnessed Rajavi’s overestimated invasion, the ”Eternal Light”. In her detailed description of what she saw in the Eternal Light Operation, she tries to portrait the scenes she perceived, without judging or analyzing the events. She believes that her expressive article is significant enough to enlighten the mind of her audience.

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Memoirs of Abdulkarim Ebrahimi, MKO defector MKO former members

Memoirs of Abdulkarim Ebrahimi, MKO defector

I entered the MKO in 1989 after I was deceived by the phony promises of the group. As soon as I arrived in the MKO/MEK/PMOI, I found myself as a hostage in a inhumane cult where I even didn’t have the right to think freely. Any kind of socializing with others was forbidden as a “plot”. Members were under a 24-7 controlling system that forced them to attend daily and weekly sessions of inquisition...

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Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO EX-member_ Part 6 Mujahedin Khalq 's Cultism

Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO EX-member_ Part 6

when the Rajavis got to know that the nonsense they want to push as the solution for sexual problem is not helpful, Maryam began speaking of sharing Massoud with other women in the group. “Massoud does not belong to Maryam Rajavi", Maryam said. "He belongs to all women. All of them have the right to imagine themselves with Massoud but if they think of any other man they cheat on Rajavi .You have the best husband in the world!”..

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Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 5 Mujahedin Khalq 's Cultism

Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 5

Particularly, female superior officials who were mostly elderly, tried to meet their emotional needs by making friends among the women under their rule.The other problem caused because of sexual deprivation unfortunately led members to terrible conducts. The bitter truth is that many women in Camp Ashraf have resorted to masturbation...

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Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 4 MKO former members

Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 4

The self-criticism meetings were actually trials where you had no attorney, no right to defend yourself. You had to hear your comrades verbally abuse you. During the trial, there was no justice; nothing was fair… That was why in Ashraf the word Meeting was the equivalent of Stress and Fear. That was why, with my eyes I begged that girl who had found me listening to music, asking her not to tell it to anyone!

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Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 3 MKO former members

Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member_Part 3

We were given necklaces by Massoud that meant that we were connected to the leadership. As we were going ahead in meetings, new subjects would emerge. For example, after we got the necklaces, the subject “4 walls” [chardivari] was proposed; the meaning of the new subject was that we had an owner, named Massoud Rajavi. Maryam Rajavi typically told us:”You have the most handsome and the best husband in the world. How a married woman let herself think of another man?..

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Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member _ Part 2 MKO former members

Memoirs of Nasrin Ebrahimi, MKO ex- member _ Part 2

I remember Maryam Rajavi’s arrest in Paris in 2003. After she was jailed by French judiciary because of money laundry activities and conducting terrorist acts, she said:”I expected to be jailed by the Iranian Regime not by a freedom loving country like France.” I should tell Mrs. Rajavi:” Mrs. Rajavi, Me and other people like me expected to be in the prisons of the Islamic Republic not in the prisons of the Rajavis who claim and chant that much of slogans!”

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