Evidences Dismissing MKO’s Disclaim of Terrorism

Stated in the first paragraph of the judgment of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities released on 12 December 2006 in Case T-228/02, an action brought by Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) against the Council of the European Union, it reads:

At the time of the facts giving rise to the present dispute, it was composed of five separate organisations and an independent section, making up an armed branch operating inside . According to the applicant, however, it and all its members have expressly renounced all military activity since June 2001 and it no longer has an armed structure at the present time.

Consequently, the court’s judgment might have been issued based on the applicant’s claims.

Initially adopting armed struggle as the infrastructure of its campaign, MKO started the other claimed five alias organizations abroad after it was expelled from mainly as coverage for its terrorist operations. The existing evidences indicate that in the course of its past forty-year power struggle, MKO has always adopted application of terror and violence to advance its objectives.

Even in the present case-file whereby it claims to have forsworn military activities, read terrorist operations, since June 2001, there are sound evidences publicized by its own publications that assert the continuation of the line of terror and violence inside as the means to establish democracy!

Moreover, MKO’s claim to have renounced terrorism is made after its proscription and because its moves were under close surveillance. Still, the group, benefiting lack of a universally precise definition of terrorism, manifests modern patterns of terrorism. What do you call it when its members set themselves on fire before the eyes of people in Western countries, besmirch the opponents, accordingly change the tone of threats after exchanging the military uniforms to be elegantly and stylishly attired, and when nearly 150 families of its members organize a 200-day or so sit-in outside the United Nations High Commission headquarters in Geneva to impose the wants that are unfounded?

We believe that MKO has kept its overt, rather than blackmailing, operations dark and has dodged contributing facts. So the Court of First Instance might have been uninformed of the facts when the case was referred to the court for adjudication. With these new facts turned up, a new fact-finding process needs to be arranged for further investigation.

Besides, The European Council announced on 31st January following the 2778th Council meeting of Economic and Financial Affairs that it has "decided to provide the PMOI with a statement of reasons for keeping it on the EU’s ‘asset freeze list’ of persons, groups and entities involved in terrorist acts, and to give the PMOI one month to present its views, together with any supporting documentation". To deracinate the malign roots of terrorism, especially a dangerous terrorist cult like MKO, special care should be taken to avoid the snakes in the grass.

Considering it a duty to inform concealed crimes of the terrorist cult of MKO, we provide clues to broad evidences. Fortunately, since MKO’s propaganda machine can never keep silent over a simple terrorist move, there are many instances of launching mortar attacks and detonating bombs inside after the claimed date of June 2001 published in Mojahed, the official organ of MKO. The followings are references to these publicized proofs originally in Persian. The lines in bold are the original dates, issues number, and the translated headlines. The details stated in the reports and communiqu’s may also be accentuated.

 

MOJAHED No. 557, Tuesday, 3 Jul 2001 (27/ 2001)

 

To express solidarity with the months-long walkout and rally of the Chit-Rey laborers, the HQ of the Akhondist regime’s intelligence bureau of the police forces, and the police force selection office and the office of Akhond Ramazani, the deputy of the police forces intelligence bureau, and the ransacking center called the Oppressed Foundation located in the heart of Tehran were demolished by the rockets of RPG 18.

 

The details of the attacks were also reported by a number of news agencies and papers referred to following the headline.

 

MOJAHED No. 558 Tuesday, 10 July 2001 (28/ 2001)

 

The Akhondist regime’s office of military industries and the Guards Corps munitions complex in Tehran were demolished by grenade projectiles and rockets of RPG

 

MOJAHED No. 559 Tuesday, 17 July 2001 (29 / 2001)

 

Mojahedin’s clash with the intelligence and police agents before the country’s police HQ near Vanak sq. in Tehran .

 

A number of the agents were killed and a hero-mojahed was martyred.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the skirmish happened on July 12.

 

MOJAHED No. 561 Tuesday, 31 July 2001 (31/ 2001)

 

Operation in the name of the martyred-Mojahed Mostafa Nikbakht; the blast of the Akhondist regime’s North-West logistics HQ of the Guards Corps in Tabriz .

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmedby Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, a bomb was detonated on July 29.

 

MOJAHED No. 563 Tuesday, 30 October 2001 (45/ 2001)

 

150 blast operations in support of the revolutionary youths and public risings.

 

– Khorush-e-Iran No. 1; 26 successive blasts against the suppressive forces in Arya-Shar and Noor sq. in response to repression of Tehran ’s uprising and apprehension of thousands youths.

 

– Khorush-e-Iran No. 2; successive blasts against the suppressive forces in Sa’adat-abad and Shahrak-e Gharb in Tehran .

 

– Operation Pounak rising; successive blasts against the suppressive forces pending Pounak rising in Tehran .

 

– The chain operations of Nezam-abad and Sabalan risings; 25 blasts against the suppressive forces in the course of the public demonstrations of Nezam-abad and Sabalan.

 

– The chain operations of Narmak rising, No. 1; 20 blasts against the centers and the suppressive forces of the Akhondist regime pending the public risings in East of Tehran .

 

– The chain operations of Narmak rising, No. 2; 30 blasts against the centers and the suppressive forces of the Akhondist regime in the course of the public risings in East of Tehran .

 

Mehregan chain operations:

 

 

 

– Mehregan No. 1; daring assaults against the 110-police patrols in Elahie district of Tehran and killing a number of the Guards Corps personnel.

 

– Mehregan No. 2; the HQ of the suppressive police forces in Shahrak-e Vali-asr in south of Tehran was demolished.

 

– Mehregan No. 3; in solidarity with Isfahan textile laborers, the Guards HQ of 21 Ashura Corps located in Shahrak-e Eram in Tabriz was demolished.

 

– Ne’mat-abad operations; in solidarity with the oppressed people of Ne’mat-abad, the police HQ there in south of Tehran was blasted.

 

– Sabzevar Rising Operations; armed assault against a Bassij base in Qala-Morghi and demolishing it using grenades and explosives.

 

MOJAHED No.564 Tuesday, 6 November 2001 (46/ 2001)

 

More than 100 blast operations in Tehran and Tabriz in response to the repression of public rallies and revolutionary youths.

 

– Khorush-e-Iran No. 3; 38 successive blasts against the suppressive forces of Akhondist regime in Narmak.

 

– Khorush-e-Iran No. 4; 12 blasts against the suppressive forces in Tabriz in response to the repression of public rallies.

 

– Khorush-e-Iran No. 5; chain blast operations against the suppressive police patrols in Vali-asr St.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country in page 2, the three operations were all carried out on 31 October.

 

MOJAHED NO 565 Tuesday, 16 November 2001 (47/2001)

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 6; the blast of the strategic bridge called al-zahra by army personnel in Kermanshah Province .

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 7; 10 successive blast operations against centers and suppressive forces in Vahidieh in Tehran .

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country in page 2, the latter operations are dated 10 November.

 

MOJAHED NO 566 Tuesday, 20 November 2001 (48/2001)

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 8; 14 successive blasts against the centers and suppressive forces in Narmak district in Tehran .

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 9; string blast operations against the centers and suppressive forces in Noor and Pounak sqs. In Western part of Tehran .

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 10; assaulting the suppressive police forces in Tabriz . In Mojahedin’s clash with police forces, including 15 chain blast operations, a number of the Guards were killed.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country in page 2, the two former operations were carried out on 15 November and the latter on 16 November.

 

MOJAHED NO 567 Tuesday, 4 December 2001 (50/2001)

 

Khorush-e-Iran No. 11; three operations against the agents, vehicles of the intelligence, Bassij, and the Akhondist police forces in Tehran .

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operation was carried out on 22 November.

 

MOJAHED NO. 577 Wednesday, 20 March 2002 (12/2002)

 

The West Azarbaijan intelligence HQ in Orumieh was demolished by three sequential blasts.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country in page 12, the bombs detonated on March 19, 2002.

 

MOJAHED NO. 578 Wednesday, 3 April 2002 (14/2002)

 

– A police HQ in Tehran’s Molavi sq. was demolished through three successive blats.

 

– The Guards Corps Bassij Regional base 1 located in south of Tehran was demolished through two successive blats.

 

– A police HQ nearby Khamenei’s residence was overwhelmed by two blast operations.

 

MOJAHED No. 581, Tuesday, 30 April 2002 (17/2002)

 

Ferdos rising operation; a HQ of the suppressive police forces ant its intelligence office located in Seyed-Khandan in Tehran were struck with a few blast operations.

 

According to the included issued communiqué affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the date of the operation is April 24, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 582, Tuesday, 7May 2002 (18/2002)

 

Jahan-Chit Laborers operation in Tehran; a HQ of the suppressive police forces ant its financial affairs office located in northeast of Tehran was destroyed.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the date of the operation is April 30, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 585, Tuesday, 21 May 2002 (20/2002)

 

The Guards Corps base of Bassij squadron 123 located in East of Tehran was demolished.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operation was launched on May 18, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 593, Tuesday, 9 July 2002 (27/2002)

 

A police HQ and the special unit base in northwest of Tehran were blasted in two operations.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country in page 2, the operations were conducted on July 4, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 594, Tuesday,16 July 2002 (28/2002)

 

Assailing Bassij and intelligence agents with hand-grenades in Inqelab sq.

 

Setting the vehicles of the suppressive enemy on fire.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operations are dated July 9, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 595, Tuesday, 23 July 2002 (29/2002)

 

The regional Bassij base in West of Tehran nearby the police HQ in Azadi St. was overwhelmed.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operation date is July 18, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 596, Tuesday, 30 July 2002 (30/2002)

 

A police HQ in Shahrara was demolished.

 

According to the included issued communiqué affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operation date is July 25, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 597, Thursday, 8 August 2002 (31/2002)

 

Meqdad base, the Guards Corps Bassij HQ in Jomhori sq., was struck.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operation was conducted on August 6, 2002.

 

MOJAHED No. 599, Thursday, 22 August 2002 (33/2002)

 

The Guards Corps Bassij HQ in West of Tehran was overwhelmed by two simultaneous operations.

 

According to the included issued communiqu affirmed by Mojahedin’s HQ inside the country, the operations were conducted on August 21, 2002.

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