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The cult of Rajavi

MEK and Children – Fatemeh Akbarinasab

Fatemeh (Negar) Akbarinasab was born in 1979. His father Morteza Akbarinasab was a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI). He took Fatemeh, her mother Khadijeh Niknam and her two brothers Yaser and Musa across…

MEK and Children – Yaser Akbarinasab

Yaser was four years old when he left Iran together with his parents and his two siblings Musa and Fatemeh in 1984. His father Morteza Akbari nasab was a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI) but his mother Khadije…

MEK and Children – Marjan Akbarian

Her organizational name was Faezeh. She was living with her parents in Camp Ashraf when, in 1990, the leaders of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI) separated her from them and sent her to Europe together with seven…

MEK and Children – Saeed Khoshhal

In 1985, Saeed was only one year old when his parents took him to Iraq, after a year of clandestine living in Iran. They crossed the Iranian border through Kurdistan Mountains to join the camp of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO,…

MEK and Children – Alan Mohammadi

She was only three years old when she lost her mother in the MEK’s operation against the Iranian border “Forough Javidan”. She was then sent to Europe in 1981 together with hundreds of other children of the MEK members. After ten years she…

MEK and Children – Farhad Rabiee

Farhad was two years old when his father went to Iran-Iraq war. This was the beginning of a prolonged separation. He was sixteen when he heard his father’s voice on the phone, for the first time. He called from Germany, his voice sounded…

Rajavi Cult Troubles Continue in Albania

The Rajavi Cult, known in Albania as the ‘Iranians of Manzës’, has recently been experiencing a series of troubles. There are clear signs that the absurd privileges that were accorded to the cult by collaborationist sections of Albanian…

MEK and Children – Homa Khodabandeh

Homa was born in Newcastle, UK in 1979, coinciding with the Iranian Revolution. Her father Ebrahim Khodabandeh was an active member of The Muslim Students’ Association abroad. In the summer of 1980, Ebrahim joined the Mujahedin Khalq…