Ghorban Ali Hosseini,Former terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK and PMOI) member working as a senior translator for the terrorist group made astonishing exposure of the terrorist group’s crimes in Iraq following his defection.
According to a report published by Habilian Foundation website, during the first remarks following his defection, the former Arabic translator of the MKO who has spent over 30 years in the Cult disclosed top secret terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization’s crimes in Iraq.
Working as a senior translator for Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group, he was translating the group’s publications, announcements, letters, statements, and their website into Arabic.
“I had been working for 2 decades at various bases of MKO in Iraq, and due to my profession I was closely witnessing Rajavi’s mercenary, servitude, and spying for Saddam and after his downfall for the U.S. occupiers,” he said.
“The whole administrative and leadership system of Rajavi was part of the Iraqi army,” he said referring to Rajavi’s total devotion and allegiance to the toppled Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein.
“According to the documents and letters which I translated or the reports of his closest men, I found out that Rajavi was receiving oil in exchange for his services.”
He went on to say that the amount of oil have been increased by 100000 barrels per day (3 million barrels per month) which they turned them into cash in European countries.
“All the claims of the group regarding the financial assistance from Iranians and all their tricks in fund raising for (so-called) Simaye Azadi –the MKO’s TV channel- were sheer lies. They were intended to cover up the huge looting of Iraqi oil and to justify their millions in expenditures.”
“In the years following the Saddam’s downfall I was closely observing the MKO’s systematic interference in the internal affairs of Iraq and their espionage against Iraqi people and resistance groups in favor of the U.S. forces.”
He then made reference to MKO’s creating schism and fueling the ethnic and religious divisions in Iraq, escalation of conflicts between political parties particularly in Diyala province in which Camp Ashraf is located, and making effort to prevent their participation in the government and the parliament as a part of measures that MKO was doing in their bid to overthrow the Iraqi government.
He added that in his meeting with Martin Kobler, U.N. special representative to Iraq, following his release from the Camp Liberty, he has explained all the above facts as well as the cult-like conditions made at Camp Liberty by the MKO leadership.
Finally, he said that he has called on the UN to save the trapped cult members.