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Iran nips terrorist attack in the bud Trend.az

Iran nips terrorist attack in the bud

Iran has laid flat a terrorist attack by what the country’s Ministry of Intelligence has called “an anti-revolution group… whose hand is stained with the blood of thousands of people,” a possible reference to the People’s Mujahedin group, known as MKO/MEK/PMOI.

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Atomic Energy Organisation Spokesman: Mojahedin Khalq claims worthless Tasnim News Agency

Atomic Energy Organisation Spokesman: Mojahedin Khalq claims worthless

He added, “Currently, the group thinks the timing is good for it to level new allegations as they believe the new administration in the United States is interested in such matters. We do not believe the allegations are of any value. We think this is not an issue to be addressed in Iran, at the international level and even at the IAEA.” Earlier, on April 15, US Senator John McCain met with the MKO/MEK/PMOI members …

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Iran's people care about elections. Pahlavi/Rajavi doesn’t Guardian

Iran's people care about elections. Pahlavi/Rajavi doesn’t

Contrary to what you might expect, these two opposition forces do not get along. “It’s pretty much a cult-type structure,” Pahlavi said of MEK/MKO/PMOI in his AP interview. He’s absolutely right.It’s not long ago that the MEK, described by US thinktank Rand as a “skilled manipulators of public opinion”, was listed by the US and the EU as a terrorist organisation....

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Falling for MKO turns out badly for US every time: Iran official Press TV

Falling for MKO turns out badly for US every time: Iran official

Araqchi dismissed the MKO claim about secret nuclear activity at the site and said, “The repetition of these outdated allegations by the aforementioned group is ridiculous and a repeat of a failed scenario whose fallacy has already been proven by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).” Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council – the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia – plus Germany signed …

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Iran, a Major Victim of Terrorism Western Bloggers

Iran, a Major Victim of Terrorism

On 28 June 1981, bombs set by the MKO killed 70 high-ranking officials of the Islamic Republic Party, including Chief Justice Mohammad Beheshti who was the second highest official after Ayatollah Khomeini at the time. Two years after the Islamic Revolution of Iran, the MKO detonated bombs at the headquarters of the now-dissolved Islamic Republic Party. Two months later, the MKO detonated another bomb in the.....

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Ten things Iranians can do to preempt a Trump war Al-Jazeera

Ten things Iranians can do to preempt a Trump war

Second, denounce those treacherous forces among the expat opposition – now led by the cultic People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), and Reza Pahlavi, the son of the former Shah – that demand “regime change” in Iran. Neither of these characters has the slightest legitimacy inside Iran. A blind hatred of the Islamic Republic is definitive to these expat forces, no matter …

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Film recalling MKO’s reign of terror in Iran screened at Fajr Tehran Times

Film recalling MKO’s reign of terror in Iran screened at Fajr

“It is great that the film has been warmly received by people,” Razavi stated, “However, we should wait until the end of the festival.” The film, which is based on a real-life story, features the MKO’s activities leading to the assassinations of numerous high-ranking Iranian officials in 1981. The MKO (aka; Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult, …) is an Iranian political–militant organization in exile that carried out many terrorist …

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Iran: Joint Takfiri – MKO plot against Iran failed Tasnim News Agency

Iran: Joint Takfiri – MKO plot against Iran failed

President of the Supreme National Defense University of Iran described Takfiri (extremist) movements as a scheme to impede Iran’s regional influence, saying Takfiris even look for intelligence aid from the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (aka: Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, Rjavi cult) to harm Iran. Addressing a cultural ceremony in Tehran on Friday, Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi said there is clear evidence that …

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