NCRI - Desperate moves to counter the rising popularity of MEK by Iranian regime.
Following a recently published report by The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence, regarding the power and progress of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), in which regime’s officials have fearfully admitted the youth’s tendency and attraction toward Mojahedin (MEK) as well as the high status of Mojahedin at home and at the international level, Hashemi Nejad the director general of a state - Funded ‘Habilian’ foundation stated:
NCRI - Mohammad-Ali Jaberzadeh, one of the most seasoned and senior officials of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) passed away on Saturday, February 11. He died in Paris after a long battle with various illnesses and health complications. He was 68.
Mr. Jaberzadeh was the Chairman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran's Political and Strategic Studies Committee. During his 48-year-long ceaseless struggle for the liberation of the Iranian people, Jaberzadeh faced off with two dictatorships, first the Shah's and later that of the velayat-e faqih (absolute clerical rule). He endured years of imprisonment and torture in the process.
NCRI - Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran described the horrible crime in Saydnaya prison an unprecedented crime against humanity that was committed by the Assad regime's henchmen, with the support of the mullahs' anti-human regime, and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and its intelligence apparatus.
Many methods used in this crime against humanity, are similar to mass executions in Iran, in particular the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
In response to a bias and distorted story ran by Associated Press about Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on February 5, 2017, Senator Robert Torricelli wrote the following brief response to the AP.
To: Editors of the Associated Press
The February 5, 2017 AP submission by Jon Gambrell is so outrageous and demonstrably false that it's difficult to know where to begin.
February 7, 2017
In response to a biased, distorted, and misleading story by Associated Press about the Iranian opposition, a complete rebuttal was provided to relevant editors at the AP on February 5, 2017, but regrettably, the AP has so far failed to correct the many errors and misrepresentations of facts. To set the record straight, here is a brief clarification of facts and some insight on the crux of the matter.
On Wednesday 1st February 2017 by the invitation of Professors and Students' Association in the University of Lyon, Struan Stevenson President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) made a speech, introducing the French version of his book titled: ‘Le Prix de la Liberté’, his lecture was enthusiastically received by the students and audience, the following is the full text of his speech:
It is a great privilege for me to be here this evening in Lyon to address you and to launch the French version of my book ‘Le Prix de la Liberté’.
‘THE DIPLOMAT’ on January 19, 2017, published a real story concerning a victim of state-sponsored terrorism who has a different take on the death of one of the Iran regime’s leaders. The following is the full text.
The minute I heard about the death of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the number two man in the theocracy ruling Iran for decades, I had a flashback to Istanbul, Turkey, on March 14, 1990.
On January 19, 2017 John Kerry secretary of state in his farewell remarks in the C Street Lobby, regarding the relocation of MEK members mentioned the following words.
“…And one of the things that I am very proud of is the effort we made – I remember going to hearing after hearing, and you remember all those folks you’d see up there in those yellow jackets representing the Mujahedin-e Khalq – MEK as we’ve known them – and we got 3,000 of them out of Camp Liberty and to places where they are safe and their lives are saved from being attacked regularly, as they were. I thank Jonathan Winer, our special envoy, and others for that kind of effort. It’s been enormous.”
NCRI - Political prisoner Arzhang Davoudi, incarcerated in Zabol prison in exile, in a message on the occasion of January 20 and freedom of the last group of political prisoners from the Shah’s prisons in 1979 in Iran wrote:
This week reminds me of three events in the history of our country: