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  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceUndue Credit for a Terrorist Cult

    Undue Credit for a Terrorist Cult

    There is no direct answer to the question that why MKO so eagerly attempts to garner the US attention but for certain it helps to better understanding of MKO’s opportunistic nature; it has always been looking for an alien element to rely on just as…

  • Expulsion from IraqA Logic Answer to an Irrational Demand

    A Logic Answer to an Irrational Demand

    Then again, the former New York mayor Rudy Guiliani demanded that the US keep its promise to protect the residents by moving them back to Camp Ashraf and then to safe countries. However, has the US government promised any of them anything considering the residents’…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemVain Attempt to Question the UN Legitimacy

    Vain Attempt to Question the UN Legitimacy

    As a matter of fact, Mr. Kobler is not in Iraq to deal with the never-ending problems, better to say non-stop excuse makings, of an outcast terrorist group that has no respects for internal or international agreements. As a coordinator to help solve one among…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemIdolizing the Dead, MKO’s Survival Desideratum

    Idolizing the Dead, MKO’s Survival Desideratum

    Blood, shed from its own members or those in opposite front, builds the cornerstone of MKO. The Rajavis, the husband-wife leaders of the group, are of the opinion that the rightness of any ideology is maintained by the number of its casualties and martyrs; included…

  • MKO;Baath's AccompliceFacts on MKO’s Participation in Kurdish Genocide

    Facts on MKO’s Participation in Kurdish Genocide

    The crime of genocide against Iraqi Kurds was committed in March 1991 in two regions in the northern parts of Iraqi Kurdistan namely “Kafri” and “Kalar”. The Governor of Iraq’s Kurdistan province in a statement issued the names of persons killed, injured or captured by…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupSuppression of Kurds, MKO Crime against Humanity

    Suppression of Kurds, MKO Crime against Humanity

    Besides many documentaries and confessions of the eye-witnesses, the Department of State in a 1992 report has clearly stated that “The NLA’s last major offensive reportedly was conducted against Iraqi Kurds in 1991, when it joined Saddam Hussein’s brutal repression of the Kurdish rebellion”.

  • Camp AshrafCamp Ashraf, Rajavi’s Cult Milieu

    Camp Ashraf, Rajavi’s Cult Milieu

    MKO inaugurated the ideological revolution to introduce a charismatic authoritarian leader to exert control over every aspect of his adherents’ life and to establishing a totalitarian pyramidal structure where the chosen devoted commanders would act as the leader’s deputies in his absence. But the leader…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemMKO’s Trick of Concentrating upon a Single Foe

    MKO’s Trick of Concentrating upon a Single Foe

    Pretty remarkable in MKO-run propaganda machine is a strange paradox. It highlights anti-Iranian regime sentiments and demonizes whoever is attached to it and minimizes whatever might cause MKO fall into disrepute of being represented as an undemocratic terrorist cult. It fuels global rage against Iranian…

  • Massoud RajaviForged System of Values in MKO’s Ideological Revolution

    Forged System of Values in MKO’s Ideological Revolution

    Believing to be the smith, Rajavi likens his forged ideological revolution to a forge to shape the adherents as he willed. In this new system of values, the standard for a faithful Mojahed were set to measure the members’ degree of loyalty and commitment to…

  • Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationThe Fortune of MKO Can Fall in Iraq

    The Fortune of MKO Can Fall in Iraq

    Everything is actually ready for the residents’ transfer to EU member states and any third country that will offer to receive them as refugees. Reportedly, up to this point, 2600 residents have gone through identity verification process by the UNHCR and close to 1750 have…

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