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NCRI - The mullahs’ Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has been publishing hundreds of books in recent years demonizing the People's Mojahedin Organization (PMOI/MEK), contradicting the Iranian regime's decades-long policy of avoiding all mention of the PMOI whenever possible.

According to a preliminary assessment, the MOIS and its affiliated bodies have published at least 300 books demonizing the Iranian Resistance to stem the tide of Iranian youth who sympathize and join the organization in recent years.

The publications include books of up to 600 pages, and in some cases running to three volumes.

Some of these books are published by regime’s specialized bodies and front institutions, and by known experts of the MOIS. A number are published under the guise of memoirs of senior leaders and mullahs, and others have supposedly been written by agents of MOIS, posing as members of the Iranian Resistance.

And curiously, a number of books are published in foreign languages by foreign nationals who collaborate with the mullahs.  But the same books are also then published in Persian and presented as a work of a foreign researcher.

The main aim of these publications is to demonize the People’s Mojahedin of Organization of Iran ( PMOI/MEK), the main opposition to the rule of the clerical regime.

 

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