Mujahedin Khalq as an Opposition Group

  • MEK and War Agenda in Trump Admin

    Trying to Exploit Iran’s Diverse Ethnic Population to Advance a War Agenda On September 25, during the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI)—a pro-Israel, anti-Iran lobby group—held a “summit” in New York that was attended by, among others,…

  • the Trace of Blood

    Trace of Blood

    A Film About MEK History Filmmaker emerges to bring dramas from Iran political history to life “I was born during the war, which had lasted for so long that I thought that it would be forever and would never end. When I heard people talking…

  • MEK misusing media to push for war

    Filings reveal Iranian dissident group’s foreign influence operation to push for regime change Tensions between the United States and Iran are rising to a fever pitch following the downing of an American drone Wednesday by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard over the Strait of Hormuz. It comes…

  • Nima Zam

    Iran’s Intelligence Body rolls out documentary on infiltrating France-based anti-Iran media

    TEHRAN – Television Channel 2 of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Broadcasting (IRIB) aired a documentary film on an anti-Iran figure famous for his self-proclaimed leaked information against the country, revealing how the country’s intelligence forces had extensive surveillance over him and played him for…

  • MEK Women

    Are the MEK and Regime Change Finally Running Out of Road?

    The “regime change in Iran” bandwagon—driven by warmongers, fueled by false prophesy, and hurtling pell-mell down the road to Iran—contains various characters, some new and some old. The bandwagon itself is an ideological construct created 40 years ago in response to the Iranian Revolution. It…

  • MKO Expired opposition group

    MEK, an expired opposition?

    Founded in the early 1960s, the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) was the first opposition group to fight against the Shah of Iran. Today, more than half a century after the foundation of the group it is not considered…

  • THE US-BACKED CULT TO RULE IRAN

    As is typical with all US regime change schemes America has nurtured a group of exiles to replace the current Iranian government should they succeed in overthrowing it. While America’s chosen regime change exiles for a given country are typically right-wing reactionaries, American’s Iranian replacement…

  • The Secluded Group Scheduled to Overthrow the Iranian Regime

    A little ways outside the center of Tirana, Albania lies a military-style base surrounded by high concrete walls topped with barbed wire and droves of security guards keeping watch over all those who venture near the compound. No one is allowed in, and those who…

  • Female members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq at Camp Ashraf

    Iran’s Chameleon Splinter Group: The MEK’s Will to Power

    “[Massoud] Rajavi always would say that if it was not because of the Internal Revolution the organisation would not exist,” Khodabandeh said. “I think he was right but the organisation which existed after these changes is not the first one anymore.” According to Khodabandeh, the…

  • Iran warns Saudi Arabia of consequences if activists executed

    Iran’s High Council of Human Rights has warned Saudi Arabia of the consequences of its”cruelties,”including reported plans to execute several human rights activists. According to New York-based Human Rights Watch, Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five rights activists from Qatif…

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