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Trial of 104 leaders of the MEK | 10 sessions held.

trial of MEK members

The tenth and last session of this year’s largest public court of the leaders of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) was held on Tuesday, February 6th, 2024. Ten sessions of this court were held in the Justice Palace of Tehran Province in the Imam Khomeini Judicial Complex and Branch 11 of the Criminal Court. The judge of the court was Dehghan and the counselors of the court were Morteza Turk and Amin Naseri.

In the sessions of this court, which started on December 21 of this year, the indictments of 104 actual defendants and one legal defendant from the MEK was read, and the statements of the plaintiffs and informants, the families of the victims, and the defense of the defendants’ lawyers were heard. The remaining sessions of the trial will start from April 28th next year.

Certainly, the trial of the leaders of the MEK is welcomed by the entire Iranian nation, including the families whose children were deceived and taken captive by the Cult of Rajavi. Although the general question is why this trial is being held after four decades have passed since the peak of the crimes of the terrorist Cult of Rajavi, it is nevertheless worthy of appreciation and praise.

In this court, the families of the victims of terror and crimes of the MEK showed up and presented their testimonies and observations. But they are just a group of victims of this destructive cult. The MEK has other victims, which are its deceived and exploited members and their painful and suffering families.
The MEK should definitely be investigated and evaluated in a scientific way as a “destructive mind control cult” and according to the scientists of this field of research, the members of each cult are considered the primary victims of that cult.

In this court, many accusations against the MEK and its leaders were raised in the indictment, which are related to distant years, but there is no place for a number of crimes that continue to be committed by the Cult of Rajavi.

Some of the accusations that have been testified by former members inside and outside the country, are:
– Destructive Cult-like mind control (brainwashing)
– Forced divorce and celibacy
– Forced separation of children from their parents
– Child soldiers
-Deprivation of communication with the outside world, especially with the family
– Psychological repressions in inquisition meetings
– Forced labor and the most severe type of dictatorship
– Prohibition of falling in love, getting married, having children and starting a family
– Sterilization of women and their sexual exploitation by the cult leader
– Deprivation of personal freedom and occupational and financial independence (modern slavery)

Crimes like the above-mentioned ones that have been applied against the MEK members are defined as crimes in the laws of many countries, and the perpetrators are supposed to be tried and punished.

It is worth to mention that the above accusations were heard in the Iranian Judiciary. Based on the complaints and testimonies of more than 40 defectors of the MEK against the leaders of the group in Branch 55 of the International Public Court of Tehran in Shahid Beheshti Complex, headed by Judge Pourmoridi, which was held on March 7th and 8th, 2019. The complaints were examined and a final verdict was issued. Leaders of the MEK were found guilty for their crimes.

Atefeh Nadealian

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