While the MKO claims to be opposed to "any kind of exploitation of human by another human", the truth of the life inside this cult-like group proves the opposite.
When I left a terrorist organization twenty years ago, I discovered that the number of reasons why people got involved in my group was exactly equal to the number of members. In other words, we all took our individual paths into the group.
'A "Red Cleric" who loves terrorists' is an article about another one of MKO's paid lobbyists.
The so called struggles for liberation of the Khalq -ruled by Massoud Rajavi- produced a totalitarian cult of personality that required members to obey the leader blindly.
Today, the MKO is openly trying to take shelter under the umbrella of the US and Israel while the leader of the group, Masoud Rajavi criticized the rulers of the Islamic republic for their alleged rapprochement to the West!
Today, the IS and other extremist groups should be watched and destroyed but groups like the MKO seems to be more threatening because they freely have bases in Europe with hundreds of brainwashed slaves who are ready to scarify themselves for their leaders despite the group's propaganda for human rights and democracy.
Perhaps some right-wing Israel lobby groups can be forgiven for taking up the cause of the exiled Iranian opposition group, the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK).
Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton) British journalist, Director of Open Minds cultandterror.com former Mojahedin Khalq activist, says their transfer poses potential risks not only for Albania.
Lack of ideological consistency in certain politic men causes smacks of corruption. This is one of the main reasons to describe the Mujahedin Khalq Organization as hypocrites who have changed many faces since the establishment of the group. Supporters of such a group seem to own the same factor -hypocrisy-in their carrier.
The views and preferences of the people in the other country are of no concern for When America tries to popular demands not understand except insofar as they can be misrepresented to support their preferred policy. The exiles pretend to speak for their country, and their patrons here pretend to believe them.
During the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s, the MEK carried out several armed attacks on Iran in coordination with Saddam's army, losing much of its domestic support in the process.
There is strong evidence that the MEK has bought land and property just outside Tirana in order to create a closed cult enclave similar to ones in Iraq, and that it is using coercion to keep refugees captive there where they are subject to systematic human rights abuses outside the supervision of the Albanian authorities.
When the Washington Times recently wrote an article on them, the experts that the Times approached were unwilling to speak on the record. One told them that "it was unthinkable to speak openly against the NCRI because doing so would result in ‘death threats from this group.'"
There are signs that Massoud Rajavi is beginning to panic about losing control of the residents of Camp Liberty. Plans made by the UN to remove these former MEK members from Iraq are accelerating, with 233 residents recently transferred to Albania despite Rajavi's attempts to prevent the move. Shortly after this, Rajavi threatened to kill anyone who speaks publicly about what goes on inside the camp.
French politics nowadays are profoundly schizophrenic: on one hand France (as the U.S.) officially condemns the destabilization of a State by a terrorist organization, while on the other hand, the Ã‰lysÃ©e participates alongside the U.S. in the secret war in the Middle East and details Foreign Legion officers to oversee the ISIL in Syria and Iraq.
Rajavi's speech from her headquarters outside Paris had to be censored to render it bearable if not credible for real human rights advocates and activists who attended the Iran Accountability Week. It was known that Rajavi had applied to visit Canada, but apparently she wasn't welcome there.