Mujahedin Khalq ‘s Terrorism

  • Photo of The MEK Involves in All Types of Terrorism

    The MEK Involves in All Types of Terrorism

    17 years ago, series of airline hijackings and suicide attacks were committed by 19 militants associated with the Islamist extremist group al-Qaeda against targets in the United States. This was the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil in US history. The attacks against New York…

  • Photo of The Rise of MEK/NCRI in Washington: Pay Off The Right People and You Are No Longer A Terrorist

    The Rise of MEK/NCRI in Washington: Pay Off The Right People and You Are No Longer A Terrorist

    If you want to change a group of terrorists who have killed American overseas into something that appears to be much more benign, all you have to do is pay off the right people in Washington. With enough money, you can even open a nice…

  • Albania’s UN Ambassador to PM Berisha: Don’t take Mojahedin Khalq

    Albania’s UN Ambassador to PM Berisha: Don’t take Mojahedin Khalq

    In our opinion, very few countries have expressed any desire to receive refugees from this group. This is due to their previous activity, which had led to the inclusion of this group on various lists of terrorist groups.

  • As Kurds remember Saddam’s crimes – Rajavi clearly not welcome in the UK

    As Kurds remember Saddam’s crimes – Rajavi clearly not welcome in the UK

    Those familiar with these issues will be aware of the role of the Mojahedin Khalq in supporting and facilitating Saddam Hussein’s genocidal attacks on Iraq’s Kurdish population. The MEK’s Morvarid [Pearl] Operation in March 1991 targeted and killed thousands of Kurdish civilians in an attempt…

  • Elimination Projects in the MKO - Mehdi Katiraei

    Elimination Projects in the MKO – Mehdi Katiraei

    Former member of the MKO/MEK/PMOI, Mohammad Karami introduced Mehdi Katiraei in his interview with Mardom TV: “He was the deputy commandant of the June 20th protest which marks the start of the MKO’s armed struggle against Islamic Republic. He was then in charge of training…

  • Human Rights advocate: Iran a victim of terrorism

    Human Rights advocate: Iran a victim of terrorism

    Without West’s unconditional support, including logistical and media, terrorists wouldn’t be able to victimize so many Iranian people, says Secretary General of the Habilian Association, a human rights group formed by the family members and relatives of the Iranian victims of terrorism. “At least 17,000…

  • Col. Lawrence Wilkerson: Using Al-Qaeda To Fight ISIS Is Crazy And Dangerous

    Col. Lawrence Wilkerson: Using Al-Qaeda To Fight ISIS Is Crazy And Dangerous

    The wide-ranging interview also contains Wilkerson’s frank insights regarding several other matters, including the paid lobbyists in America for the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) — “one of the most brutal terrorist organizations in the world,” the Saudi Arabia government — or some elements of it — “financing…

  • On MKO spokesman's statement in Oslo

    On MKO spokesman’s statement in Oslo

    The group also demands the return of ten percent of the arms that were taken from the MEK aka MKO/PMOI in 2003 when the group surrendered to US troops during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In the same statement the MEK lashed the US, Iran and Iraq…

  • French author criticize his government for hosting the MKO

    French author criticize his government for hosting the MKO

    Debray recounts the “joie de vie” within the Iranian youth and describes the government as "too fragmented and plural to be told 'totalitarian'". He criticized his government for double standard and mistaken policies towards Iranians including hosting the Mujahedin Khalq Organization terror cult in French…

  • MKO Source of Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

    MKO Source of Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

    “But after the fall of Saddam we saw that not only this terrorist group was not destroyed, but it was placed under the direct support of the US government.” “This grouplet enjoyed the best conveniences, while most Iraqi people were deprived of many facilities.”

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