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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 67

++ Maryam Rajavi has launched a campaign to threaten ex members through their various websites. Nader Naderi an outspoken ex member has riposted that “if we were going to stop exposing your crimes we would have stopped when you had the power of Saddam behind you in Iraq, not now that we are living in Europe. Live with it, your benefactor is dead!”

++ Ali Ardalan a recent ex member, was married today. Many of his friends and other ex members have congratulated the happy couple. Ehsan Bidi (in Albenia) congratulated them, saying this is like spitting in the face of Rajavi.

++ In Iraq, Shakhvan Abdollah MP announced that the Mojahedin are lying and he has never supported them. A Rajavi affiliated website had apparently claimed that he has supported them.

++ In Iraq, Faraj Al Saedi, one of the high political leaders with the Hakim faction, announced that the presence of the MEK in Iraq is against the Iraqi interest and they must be expelled asap.

++ Jasem Mohammad Shankali MP, from the Kurdish faction, said that the expulsion of the MEK is in accord with an International agreement and has to be done asap.

++ Nejat has published an article titled ’33 years of deception by Rajavi’. The article is a thorough examination of the history of the Rajavi cult.

In English:

++ Mazda Parsi of Nejat Bloggers analyses the MEK’s claim of a legal victory in France. In 2003, France’s counterintelligence chief at the time, Pierre de Bousquet de Florian, said the crackdown was aimed at preventing attacks on Iranian diplomatic missions in Europe and elsewhere. He said that the MKO was transforming their compound in Auvers-sur-Oise, Paris, into “an operational center for terrorism,” after losing firepower in Iraq when the US disarmed them. Pointing to the seizure of 9m dollars in Maryam Rajavi’s compound, Parsi says that a “trial that begins with terrorism, money laundering and spying accusations, and which ends in acquittal of those who are charged with the crimes, cannot be so credible”.

++ In a lengthy analytical article titled ‘ Iran and Israel vie in Kurdistan’ in Asia Times, Brian M Downing, says, “Israel, in conjunction with the Iranian exile group Mujahideen-e-Khalq, has been assassinating Iranian nuclear scientists for several years now and Israel may have plans of taking advantage of rising Kurdish nationalism across the region and inciting Iranian Kurds …”

++ Nejat Bloggers revealed that six residents have escaped from Camp Liberty in the past few weeks.++ Le Figaro reported that a widow discovered the flower pots she had placed on her husband’s grave had been stolen and taken to the Mojahedin Khalq base at Auvers-sur-Oise.

++ Iran Interlink revealed that UNAMI and the UNHCR have managed to find a place for 210 residents of Camp Liberty in Tirana, Albania, where they would join another 210 who have previously been given refuge there. The Mojahedin Khalq, however, will not allow anyone to leave Camp Liberty.

October 3, 2014


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