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  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization members' familiesAmirAslan Hassanzadeh

    Amir Aslan! Your mother is the real Mujahed

    Mujahed is a Quranic word meaning holy fighter. Those who take part in the holy war are Mujahedin (plural form of Mujahed) according to Quran. Currently most Islamic movements use the term to glorify fighters for its cause. Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/…

  • The cult of RajaviMehdi Hamidfar mum

    Mother and son, a separation by the MEK

    Mehdi Hamidfar, member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) is from Kermanshah, Iran. In 1997, as a young boy, he told his mother that he was supposed to go mountain climbing with his friends but he never got home…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceMEK Israel

    Attempts to sabotage America’s return to the Iran nuclear deal

    Attempts to sabotage America’s return to the Iran nuclear deal. When the United States (US) and Iran held a meeting in Vienna last week – Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility suddenly came under a power cut sabotage attack. Reports indicate that the Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency,…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemMEK trolls on Twitter

    A list of over 250 MeK’s Fake Twitter Accounts releases

    A list of 256 fake Twitter accounts owned by the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization was released by Habilian. These accounts, most of which operating from Albania, were identified by the cyber monitoring division of Habilian Association, which is engaged in monitoring online activities of anti-Iranian terrorist…

  • IranSalimi Namin argument on a book

    The Secret War With Iran . An Argument Against Ronen Bergman’s Book- Part 7

    Imam Khomeini expressed himself in clear and honest terms in private meetings with other anti-Pahlavi groups about their policies and struggles. But at the same time he always recommended that his followers refrain from highlighting such differences. Iranian journalist and expert Abbas Salimi Namin has…

  • Iran Interlink Weekly Digestweekly digest

    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 283

    ++ There has been a lot of comment in Farsi from inside and outside Iran about Facebook blocking 300 MEK accounts. Outside Iran a London Kayhan article and inside Iran an article by Ebrahim Khodabandeh for Nejat point out that this 300 is just the…

  • The cult of RajaviMassoud Rajavi

    What happened to Massoud Rajavi’s generation?

    “Massoud’s generation” is a title Maryam Rajavi gives to those members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) who originally joined the group before the 1979 revolution up to 1985 when recruitment methods of the group changed. The average age…

  • AlbaniaAlbania

    Albanian media cover MEK’s new scandal

    Tirana Times: Facebook Removes 300 Accounts tied to Iranian exile group MEK in Albania A network of 300 Facebook accounts, Pages, Groups and accounts on Instagram which appeared to be run from a single location in Albania and operated by the exiled militant opposition group…

  • IranBagheri Kadkani tweet

    Terrorism laundering. Berlin’s human rights strategy

    The Secretary of Iranian Judiciary’s Human Rights Headquarters took to Twitter to criticize the impunity of MKO terrorist group in Germany, noting that terrorist laundering is Berlin’s human rights strategy. “3-year-old Fatima,burnt alive in 1980s,was one of 1000s victims of Nazi-style massacre by MKO terrorist…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda Systemheshmat alavi

    MEK network use GAN techniques

    The Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), an Albania-based militant organization dedicated to the overthrow of the Iranian government, has long played an unusual and outsized role in online discourse about American foreign policy toward Iran. The group, which is classified as a terrorist organization by Iran and Iraq,…

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