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Hayati sent from Iraq to Assassinate Human Rights activist

According to a report by Iran Ghalam Association (Pen) in Germany, the attack by around fifty thugs associated with the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (MKO) to disrupt a seminar in Paris on Sunday June 17th was planned and orchestrated from the Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) HQ in Paris.

Mr. Mohammad Hussein Sobhani, a human rights activist, who was invited to give a speech at the meeting, was attacked by four members of the cult. The four attackers were led by Mr. Mohammad Hayati who three months ago had been in an Iraqi camp under the control of the American Army in Iraq.

The known terrorist Mohammad Hayati is a leader in the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation with a history of violence going back to the time of the late Shah of Iran. Mohammad Hayati has also been named as a torturer during the rule of Saddam Hussein in Iraq.

Mohammad Hayati sent from Iraq to Assassinate Human Rights Activist Mr. Sobhani, who has survived the infamous Abu Ghraib prison where he was incarcerated for opposing the internal human rights violations of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi, was deliberately targeted by Mohammad Hayati and three other cult members who were waiting for his arrival at the FIAP building where the meeting was to be held.

He was rescued by French Police and spent the next three days in a Paris hospital where he was treated for injuries to his head and his back.

Mohammad Hussein Sobhani was a witness in the Human Rights Watch report "NO EXIT" published in May 2005


Mr. Sobhani frequently appears in the media and in reports by human rights organisations. He was a guest speaker in the European Parliament in February 2007.


According to Pen Association, Mr. Sobhani who was released from hospital yesterday, has filed a complaint with the French judiciary against Mr. Hayati and three other cult members emphasising the deliberate, organised attacks orchestrated by Maryam Rajavi from the cult HQ in Auvers-sur-Oise, north of Paris.

The arrival of Mohammad Hayati in Paris and the subsequent terrorist operation he headed has been raising serious questions about the capability and the possible role of the American Forces in Iraq who claim to have been keeping the terrorist organisation confined to Camp Ashraf since 2003.

following pictures are taken a couple of days later in the hospital (with the permission of Mr. Sobhani):

Iran Ghalam (PEN) Association, June 21, 2007

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