Mujahedin Khalq Organization’s Propaganda System

  • Photo of Olsi Jazexhi responds to Maryam Rajavi & Gholamali Narimi‘s offer to abandon Mullahs for Skanderbeg

    Olsi Jazexhi responds to Maryam Rajavi & Gholamali Narimi‘s offer to abandon Mullahs for Skanderbeg

    In the following video Dr. Olsi Jazexhi responds to an attack that Gholamali Narimi and the Iranian Mojaheden (MEK) command have made against him in one of their websites. Olsi who investigates the MEK in Albania, its criminal and illegal activities; like human enslavement, radicalization,…

  • Photo of Fake Journalist, Fake freedom and fake humanitarian aid of the MEK

    Fake Journalist, Fake freedom and fake humanitarian aid of the MEK

    Another fake persona under the name of “Amir Basiri” who publishes articles on behalf of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ the Cult of Rajavi) was recently revealed by the American Conservative Magazine. The first one had been exposed by Murtaza Hussain of the…

  • Photo of MEK and the largest online summit ever? How come?

    MEK and the largest online summit ever? How come?

    The annual gathering of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI? Cult of Rajavi) went virtual this year on Friday, July 17, 2020. In the past, the group used to mobilize hundreds of people including students, Arab and African refugees from all over Europe…

  • Photo of Former US officials speak at radical anti-Iran group’s conference

    Former US officials speak at radical anti-Iran group’s conference

    The People’s Mujahedin (MEK) a radical anti-Iran group that some consider a cult and was considered a terrorist organization until 2012 by the US held its annual Free Iran Conference on line. Former present US officials featured speakers at the conference The conference was held…

  • Photo of Paid Guests at the MEK Conference

    Paid Guests at the MEK Conference

    Conference hosted by controversial Iranian opposition group MEK An exiled Iranian opposition group held its annual Free Iran conference online on Friday featuring speeches from an array of former US politicians and military officials. The conference was held by the National Council of Resistance of…

  • Photo of MEK members run online information operations from France, Albania: Murtaza Hussain

    MEK members run online information operations from France, Albania: Murtaza Hussain

    The Intercept’s Murtaza Hussain says members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq, an exiled Iranian militant group better known as the MEK, are tasked all day to run the cultish group’s propaganda campaign against the Iranian government. Murtaza Hussain “The MEK is a very secretive organization but…

  • Photo of Trump tweet, MEK, fake identity

    Trump tweet, MEK, fake identity

    On Wednesday morning, just a few hours after once again threatening to go to war with Iran, President Donald Trump shared a tweet from an account from someone by the name of Heshmat Alavi. Like many of the tweets the president circulates, Alavi was praising…

  • Photo of MEK uses the pandemic to increase pressure on Iranian People

    MEK uses the pandemic to increase pressure on Iranian People

    The anti-science, conspiracy-driven, and radical right-wing agenda of the Trump administration has directly led to the needless deaths of tens of thousands of Americans and foreign citizens amid the worst pandemic to strike the world since the 1918 influenza scourge. Like any fascist tyrant, Trump…

  • Photo of Mujahedin-e Khalq to mislead Iranians on coronavirus outbreak

    Mujahedin-e Khalq to mislead Iranians on coronavirus outbreak

    Tehran’s ambassador to the UK says the notorious Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) terror group and other foreign-based anti-Iran movements have launched a propaganda campaign over a coronavirus outbreak in the country with the goal of misleading the Iranian public opinion. Hamid Baeidinejad said the MKO terrorist…

  • Photo of More fabrications from Heshmat Alavi deleted

    More fabrications from Heshmat Alavi deleted

    It’s unlikely it’s legit. A Fox News producer tweeted out a photo of Arabic graffiti that supposedly shows Iranian support for President Donald Trump. After a military strike killed Iranian Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani on Thursday, Iranian protesters took to the streets to mourn…

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