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MEK troll farms in cyberspaces

MEK Troll farm

The troll farm of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) in Albania, are charged with some different duties in the cyberspace in order to create street ‎protests and turbulences in Iran.
Workers of the MEK troll farm in camp Ashraf three, are directed to create numerous channels on social networks including Telegram to launch their propaganda. They also are instructed to penetrate other channels, groups and pages related to different social and political group and businesses.

By providing information about that specific matter, they try to show themselves as a member of the very group and then they play the role of a leading protester. In case of any physical protest, there are always some deceived individuals paid or manipulated by the MEK trolls who take part as an enthusiastic protester.

MEK Troll farm

This is not a new tactic for MEK, in the early years after the 1979 revolution in Iran, MEK activists used to work hard to influence students and workers. Each of these people was tasked with missionary roles as the leader of a protest and ultimately led the group to the streets, strikes, and clashes.

It is worth to note that after the onset of MEK’s terror acts in the 1980s, these same individuals were armed with weapons. They killed a large number of students, workers and normal citizens in the streets. In fact, the assassinations were kind of revenge against the lack of public’s company for MEK agents.

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