Ann Singleton

  • Photo of Sputnik interview with Anne Khodabandeh about MEK in Albania

    Sputnik interview with Anne Khodabandeh about MEK in Albania

    British Anne Khodabandeh, is an expert in anti-terrorist activities and a long-standing activist in the field of deradicalization of extremists. She has written several articles and books on this subject, along with her husband, who is of Iranian origin. For years they have been working…

  • Photo of THE CONFLICTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST Workshop

    THE CONFLICTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST Workshop

    Anne Khodabandeh explains how she was radicalised and turned into a terrorist by the Iranian Mojahedin and how the process of radicalisation takes place.

  • Photo of Exclusive for Ora News, Anne Singleton: Mojahedin Khalq are recruiting Albanian youth

    Exclusive for Ora News, Anne Singleton: Mojahedin Khalq are recruiting Albanian youth

    The risk that Albania is taking is greater than you understand, or even what your government understands. At superficial levels, the Mojahedin present themselves as democrats, as human rights defenders

  • Singleton visits Camp Ashraf in wake of violence by Rajavi cult loyalists

    Singleton visits Camp Ashraf in wake of violence by Rajavi cult loyalists

    ... It is thought that up to 200 MEK members loyal to Massoud Rajavi took part in the violence. It is not known how many of the 3400 residents at the camp continue as members of the terrorist group. Singleton visited the camp at the…

  • Anne Singleton covers the history of MEK on Mark Dankof’s RBN

    Anne Singleton covers the history of MEK on Mark Dankof’s RBN

    Anne Singleton on the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK/MKO): Mark Dankof's America on RBN Radio .. Anne Singleton covers the history and ideology of the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK) for two hours on Mark Dankof’s America on the Republic Broadcasting Network...

  • Anne Singleton Interview with BBC Yorkshire Radio Leeds

    Anne Singleton Interview with BBC Yorkshire Radio Leeds

    It is a word which resonates with people. More familiarly I would call it 'mind control techniques. These are well-known, well-documented. For years and years destructive cults have been using them. The way that they work in essence is that they will take a perfectly…

  • Anne Singleton Interview with BBC Yorkshire Radio Leeds

    BBC Yorkshire Radio Leeds interviews Anne Singleton

    It is a word which resonates with people. More familiarly I would call it 'mind control techniques. These are well-known, well-documented. For years and years destructive cults have been using them. The way that they work in essence is that they will take a perfectly…

  • I escaped a terrorist cult

    I escaped a terrorist cult

    growning up in Leeds in the 1970s, life was ordinary and uneventful, but I wannted to change the world for the better. At university, I started going to meetings of a group called the People's Mujaheddin, who were fighting to overthrow the Ayatollah in Iran....

  • Woman tells of terror group

    Woman tells of terror group

    Anne Singleton was interviewed today, May 24, 2007 on BBC1 News, Look North, explaining the tactics and damage inflicted by Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (Rajavi cult)

  • White, female - and a Mujahed

    White, female – and a Mujahed

    Anne Singleton from Leeds felt superhuman when she joined the Mujahedin fighting the Iranian government. Having discarded her Kalashnikov, she tells Billy Briggs her remarkable story to prevent others falling prey to cults and extremism

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