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By these co-ordinations, all terror teams entered Iran through her channel. Since she was also a member National Council of Resistance, she had to allocate a part of her time to “defending democracy”; therefore, she signed NCRI statements while serving at the borders.
Sediqeh Husseini, Rajavi’s beloved commander in Saddam’s private army, appears on documents of massacring Kurds while she commands MKO members. At that time, riding a T-55 Russian tank, she targeted Kurd villagers who were heading towards mountains and deserts leaving their homes behind for their own safety. This was a major factor for appointing her the chief commander. During 1996 and 1997, she commanded two military units in Iraq (no.5 and no.17), and was personally directing terrorist operations. Her higher-ups were Fatimah Tahouri (Zarrin) and Mahboubeh Lashkari (Sadat). In addition, she was in charge of coordinating intelligence with Saddam’s security services in 2nd Division when she was based in MKO’s military unit in the city of Kut. By these co-ordinations, all terror teams entered Iran through her channel. Since she was also a member National Council of Resistance, she had to allocate a part of her time to “defending democracy”; therefore, she signed NCRI statements while serving at the borders. She put aside her weapons and cyanide capsules and searched for a pen to sign the statement on defending Human Rights. Sometimes, she returned the statement without signing it because there was no pen and paper in terrorist operations and there was no need to them. Her membership in the Council was because she had studied in the US and Canada to get proper status for becoming MKO’s representative in deceiving missions. When deployed to the West, she stayed at the home of a man called “Safa”, whose son “Babak” was a member of the cult. Sediqeh Husseini was in charge of interrogating dissident members in 1996-97. She always claimed that when going to accomplish missions abroad she signed a statement indicating that she had betrayed the cult and said that she signed it for the benefit of the organization. With this lie, she deceived many of dissident members and caused the continuation of their captivity.

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