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  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupOpen letter to judge Michael Mukasey

    Open letter to judge Michael Mukasey

    Believe it or not, it is odd and unconventional to place a group on the terror list simply for some individual members regardless of its political, ideological and struggle manifesto and infrastructures. According to your logic, then, none of the members of a terrorist group…

  • Camp AshrafDeath of Another Member of the MKO’s Leadership Council

    Death of Another Member of the MKO’s Leadership Council

    Only a few days after death report of Faezeh Daneshvar, a member of the MKO or the so called PMOI’s Leadership Council, another compeer, Zohere Ghobari, was reported to have met her death after a sever apoplexy. She was only 46 and was heading a…

  • Raymond TanterOpen Letter to Raymond Tanter on His Siding with Terrorists

    Open Letter to Raymond Tanter on His Siding with Terrorists

    It appears that the main goal behind your advocating of MKO is to bring democratic change in Iran through recognition of the organization as the sole legitimate, pro-democratic alternative. You know, as we believe, that the very made claims proves no legitimacy since there are…

  • The cult of Rajavicompliance with ethical obligations

    compliance with ethical obligations

    ... As a terrorist group, MKO considered violence and aggressive actions as ethical and legitimate for the accomplishment of the cause since the Machiavellian motto of “the end justifies the means” permitted it to take advantage of any unconventional and violent means in the power…

  • Mujahedin Khalq 's IdeologyAn Ultra-Left Trend

    An Ultra-Left Trend

    Today, from a different angle, MKO, developing a leftist, anti-democratic ideology and pursuing a lead of totalitarianism, is seemingly moving quantitatively from the left to the right. Is it possible that the US is convinced MKO has retreated from its originally left, anti-imperialist ideology to…

  • Mujahedin Khalq as an Opposition GroupRajavi’s message is a declare of war

    Rajavi’s message is a declare of war

    It is impossible to develop a deep understanding of the group’s labyrinthine structure unless its philosophy of formation since four decades is well studied. Manifestations of conflicting ideas and Machiavellianism in its ideological infrastructure as well as manipulation of cult-like techniques to have control over…

  • Mujahedin Khalq 's FunctionSponsors of MKO’s June Extravaganza

    Sponsors of MKO’s June Extravaganza

    In an attempt to use a leverage to force Nicolas Sarkozy’s government to halt the process of the June 17th dossier accusing it of terrorist allegations and also to remove its name from the French list of terror and, consequently, to unfreeze its assets in…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceA row and nothing more

    A row and nothing more

    The operations are controversial because they involve dealing with movements that resort to terrorist methods in pursuit of their grievances against the Iranian regime. The report further elucidates that a row has also broken out in Washington over whether to "unleash" the military wing of…

  • Massoud RajaviMasud Rajavi name in Mojahedin propaganda signals a cult spiraling toward disaster

    Masud Rajavi name in Mojahedin propaganda signals a cult spiraling toward disaster

    In recent days the MKO has published, on YouTube and similar media, several videos depicting violence and fighting. The words introducing the video clips mention Mr Sobhani by name although none of them actually show him on film. In addition, hundreds of articles have been…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupExigency of Monitoring Mojahedin’s Moves

    Exigency of Monitoring Mojahedin’s Moves

    Such negligence is expected to be legally investigated in your government. Legally adopted countermeasures like that of freezing assets hardly seem to be productive against a terrorist cult that none of its financial sources is legal. Has the coalition forces’ control of MKO Camp Ashraf…

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