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  • Mujahedin Khalq 's FunctionThe MeK's failed Blackmail

    The MeK’s failed Blackmail

    The MeK leadership's statement reveals that her intention of sabotage in the relocation process was not to improve the living conditions of her members, but to blackmail America's government, especially for removing name of the group from the list of terrorist organizations. (It is likely…

  • UNMr. Kobler, Avoid repeating the error!

    Mr. Kobler, Avoid repeating the error!

    while with the two mentioned mistakes they made the situation more intricate, and now suppose that by advising the Iraqi government for restraint and asking the camp residents for collaborating they can take the situation out of the deadlock. However, the UN authorities should not…

  • Massoud RajaviMasood Rajavi removes from head of the MeK

    Masood Rajavi removes from head of the MeK

    The fact is that Masood Rajavi has fled because of being at the head of a terrorist organization, being responsible for hundreds of terrorist operations, collaboration with Saddam, establishing of the international criminal network, and dozens of other illegal actions. So, due to the terrorist…

  • FranceThe recent actions of Rajavi's gang in France

    The recent actions of Rajavi’s gang in France

    France now is on the eve of an important exam. Its governors should know that with the closure of the MeK's main camp in Iraq, their country will be the center of this terrorist group- whether its individuals could take asylum or not, and Auvers-sur-Oise…

  • Expulsion from IraqMKO from TTL to third countries

    MKO from TTL to third countries

    At the meeting that was held in Geneva, Guterres said:"The UNHCR does not give asylum to groups, but it will be given only to individuals, if they quit violence."So, MeK aka MKO/PMOI Have a tough road ahead from TTL to European countries. Renounce of violence…

  • Human Rights Abuse within Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationMKO cult leader, imposes conditions for releasing his hostages

    MKO cult leader, imposes conditions for releasing his hostages

    Rajavi has declared to the forces who sought departure that if they announce that they are"frightened","desperate", and"regretful of fighting with the regime", he would let them to leave the camp through three ways: 1. Betimes he introduces them to an Iraqi police station. 2. Each…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupBaathist- MEK band's plots fail

    Baathist- MEK band’s plots fail

    UN and the UNHCR authorities are criticizing MeK's hypocritical manner. Despite that MeK/MKO/PMOI is looking for changing of the political arrangement in Iraq, there is one more important reason for them to procrastinate: fear. For years a deep fear of the world outside, damage, and…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupMKO Scheme to Fan the Flame of Ethnic War

    MKO Scheme to Fan the Flame of Ethnic War

    MKO leaders at Camp Ashraf have told their advocates that the Maliki government would collapse soon and replaced by Ayyad Alawi and al-Iraqiya spectrum .Hassan Tawaliba, an activist close to the MKO who under the cover of support for human rights defends the Ashraf based…

  • Mujahedin Khalq as an Opposition GroupMeK leadership places massacre of the troops on agenda

    MeK leadership places massacre of the troops on agenda

    Frustrated of their inability in abuse of the Europe Union, Maryam Rajavi says in this regard:"Hiding behind the"Iraqi sovereignty"to justify the indifference toward crimes of this government against Ashraf absolutely is unacceptable."Now, MeK seek to counter Iraqi government and create conflict at the end of…

  • IraqIraq’s decision on MEK expulsion irreversible

    Iraq’s decision on MEK expulsion irreversible

    To review the issue of Camp Ashraf, a meeting was held at the European Parliament,with the presence of Struan Stevenson, Alejo Vidal-Quadras, and Esther Dang (MeK supporters in EU Parliament); Jean De Ryte ..Iraqi embassy's representative,once again addressed audiences the Irreversibility of the Iraqi government's…

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