This paper has published the names of those people who are considered as security threat for Canada by Canada's Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS). Among them, there's the name of an MKO member. The reports is as follows:
Also known as Shahla Moharrami
Iranian; lived illegally in Toronto
Arrested August 1996; deported November 1996, to Britain.
Nejati assumed leadership of Mujahedin-e Khalq's (MEK) Canadian headquarters in Toronto in 1995. CSIS says that after her illegal arrival in Canada in January 1995, Nejati travelled across the country using false documents and different aliases, raising funds, recruiting members and making travel arrangements in support of MEK operations in Canada and Iran.
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