Rajavis and Cult Leadership

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization members' familiesNejat Society families of Kuzestan branch

    The MEK lured our children into its camps by using deceptive schemes

    Mr. Karim A. A. Khan QC The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Greetings and respects, We, a group of Khuzestani families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) in the camp of this organization in Albania, were informed that…

  • Maryam RajaviMaryam Rajavi Family

    Qajar Replaces Rajavi Dynasty

    The worst sin that an MEK member can commit is to ask questions about Massoud Rajavi. Rajavi disappeared in March 2003 when the US invaded Iraq. It was assumed he was still holed up in Camp Ashraf – perhaps in the nuclear bunker – surrounded…

  • MEK ex-membersMahmoud Dashtestani

    Mahmoud Dashtestani: We challenged the Rajavi Cult

    Mahmoud Dashtestani, one of the plaintiffs in the case and one of the cult’s former members, stated on the first day of the Nationwide Conference of the Nejat Society held on August 7,2021: Greetings to all dear sisters, brothers, fathers, mothers and former member friends…

  • The cult of Rajaviscattered families

    Forced Divorce, a Cult-Like Behavior

    In today’s world, forced marriage may seem like a time-worn phenomenon, but it still threatens few societies. Forced marriages are not specific to backward and underdeveloped societies, but may occur anywhere in the world. Many cults forcibly marry men and women in developing and developed…

  • Human Rights Abuse within Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationMKO children

    Children; victims of MEK destructive cult

    In the history of religious and destructive cults, children have always been the first victims. Whereas, among militant political groups around the world, there are few cases whose stories are as tied to children as the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MeK). In 1990 and 1991, the…

  • Nejat MissionsHague Court

    Nejat CEO’s explanations on the petition against the MEK in the ICJ

    Following the start of a petition by former members of the Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) and families of the group’s current members against the leaders of the group, then obtaining the final verdict from the International Court of Justice in Tehran,…

  • Massoud RajaviRajavi Banisadr and Moezi

    The day MEK leader escaped Iran to Paris

    The removal of BaniSadr was the beginning of his secret life. Rajavi later said that the cult had hidden BaniSadr in a house in central Tehran after he was ousted from the presidency. The Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) then offered him to leave Iran with their help,…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupEternal Light Operation - Mersad

    Eternal Light; MEK operation against Iranian civilians

    Shortly after the cease-fire between Iran and Iraq, in July 1988, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group armed and equipped by executed Iraqi dictator gathered all its members across Europe in Iraq and conducted a military offensive on the Western Iranian borders. Masood Rajavi left France on…

  • The cult of RajaviMaryam Rajavi and Ashraf 3

    MEK intolerance towards Dissents and Critics

    The type of interaction that the Mojahedin-e Khalq organization has with its critics and opponents is very unique among political organizations. The group’s ideology is political totalitarianism which means it aims to eliminate all other political groups and critics who constantly challenge their ideologies. This…

  • Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationRajavis

    The Rajavis one step forward to trial

    Ex-members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, PMOI, Cult of Rajavi), current members of the group and their families are all victims of its cult-like and violent practices during over forty years. 42 former members of the Cult of Rajavi raised their complaint in…

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