Iran Interlink Weekly Digest

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 293

    ++ A film and article about the MEK in Albania was published by Sunday Times journalist Matthew Campbell. Twenty years ago, Campbell had links with the MEK through Hossein Abedini, in the MEK’s Public Relations department, who has since vanished from public life. For decades,…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 292

    ++ This week, Elahe Sharifpour-Hicks, renowned human rights defender, participated in an online discussion for the Saudi outlet Iran International in London. The programme focused on the water shortages and disturbances in Khuzistan. In the middle of the discussion, Sharifpour-Hicks pointed to evidence that the…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 291

    ++ The disturbances in Khuzestan began with a genuine grievance over water shortages. Very quickly the Saudi backed ‘separatist movement’ with its HQ in London, embarked on its own disruption and incitement to violence, bringing arms into the confrontations with local police. This resulted in…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 290

    ++ During the run up to Iran’s presidential election, Massoud Khodabandeh, Sarah Zahiri an Iranian historian in Canada and Vahid Farkhondeh a journalist in Switzerland took part in a discussion. They talked about the position of western countries which have been trying to stop people…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 289

    ++ Iran-Interlink posted in Farsi about the cooperation between Rajavi and the Saudis in discouraging Iranians from voting in the upcoming presidential election. This week the MEK fronted a man called Ahmad Afshar, (who has changed his name to Mussa Afshar). Afshar was the go…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 288

    ++ Over the last two weeks, MEK sites and Maryam Rajavi have been keen to declare a victory for Israel after its massacre of Palestinians in Gaza which were condemned as war crimes throughout the world. Rajavi ludicrously then claimed that if Iran had not…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 287

    ++ All comments in Farsi have been about the MEK’s silence during Israel’s massacre of Palestinian civilians and destruction of vital infrastructure in Gaza. Most reactions conclude that the MEK don’t have anything to say for themselves. The cult is so mercenary that they can’t…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 286

    ++ For the past two weeks, the MEK’s Farsi sites have all been directed at the election in Iran. The aim of the messaging is to bring the number of voters down. To that end there is nothing they will not do or say; lies,…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 285

    ++ Amidst the news that Iran and Saudi Arabia have held discussions in Baghdad, some commentators pointed out that with JCPOA negotiations taking place in Vienna and now talks with Saudi Arabia in Baghdad Maryam Rajavi has been left in deep shit. She has first…

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    Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – 284

    ++ MEK published something in the name of Hadi Sani Khani in the Iran Efshahgah site – one of tens of sites dedicated to swearing at critics – which revealed their true face. Hadi apparently says he has not been transferred to France: ‘It is…

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