International Women’s Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. As the UN suggest, this is the time to uphold women’s achievements, recognize challenges, and focus greater attention on women’s rights and gender equality to mobilize all people to do their part.
While the leader of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ Rajavi’s Cult), holds conference on the occasion of Women’s Day in Berlin, Germany to allegedly defend the right of Iranian women, one should ask her to present a proposal about the economic, political and social achievements of women in her own camps both in France and Iraq.
Evidences of former members of the Cult of Rajavi, international reports and news reports on the life inside the MKO camps, reveal that women of the MKO gain no economic, political and social achievements. They are just kept in cessation atmosphere, isolated in the cult-like system of the group.
About economic attainments, it should be noted that no woman in the MKO earns money or runs her own business.
Women in the MKO are completely separated from men. Even women are not allowed to associate with their same sex comrades as friends. Friendship is forbidden. Celibacy is obligatory and a lot of other facts that prove that female members of the MKO enjoy no social achievements.
They are not given the slightest opportunity to learn social skills. Most of them have no idea how to use a cellphone.
About political achievements of the MKO female members, it is enough to mention that the group has no significant role in the political scene of Iran. The group is highly unpopular among the Iranian society.
Former members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization are truly motivated to do their part in order to liberate their ex-comrades held as hostages in the group camps.
By Mazda Parsi