|Habilian Association Secretary-General said the removal of MKO from the US blacklist bears no effect on families of Iranian terror victims’ struggles to seek vengeance against the terrorist group.|
Seyed Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad made the remarks in the opening ceremony of the Basirat Exhibition at Imam Reza University.
The exhibition held by the Habilian Association, provided the academics and university students with some unknown aspects of terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq organization.
Seyyed Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad noted that the MEK delisting from the U.S. list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations is only a small portion of U.S. and other Western countries’ contributions to the enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran, adding “This measure brings more freedom to MKO on the international stage.”
Referring to the black record of MKO terrorists, Hasheminejad stated, “The grouplet has been openly supported by some U.S. politicians, although it’s been listed as a terrorist organization since 1997.”
Son of late Hasheminejad referred to the allocation of 400 million dollars by the United States to stir up a revolution in Iran, and said “the members of MKO formally go to the US congress, and US congressmen supports the group.”
He went on to say that hidden aspects of US and Israeli intelligence services’ cooperation with the MKO revealed after investigations, and five US officials acknowledged that the close collaboration was in line with the assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientists.
He added that the United States intends to reveal its connections and cooperation with MKO group in order to legally continue its hostility against Iran.
Hasheminejad noted the removal of MKO from US terrorism list has “no effect on the families of terror victims’ endeavors to seek vengeance.” “The issue can be legally pursued and we will pursue it more forcefully.”
“Although MKO has been listed as a terrorist entity since 1997, the US made no arrest of its members when it had direct control of Iraq and MKO’s camp,” he added.
Referring to MKO’s role in 2009 post-election riots as another example of the group’s violation of human rights, Habilian Association’s Secretary General said, “Since the Zionist regime fears direct confrontation with Iran, it put the organization at its forefront.
Finally, he emphasized that considering Iran’s regional and international power, neither MKO nor Israel can achieve their goals in this country.
The exhibition also presented visitors with a history of violence and terror in Iran, a comprehensive study of torture methods and violent behavior in MKO group, Masoud Rajavi’s years of treacheries, and the brainwashing methods in his terrorist cult.
Moral corruption of the MKO members at Camp Ashraf, MEK’s treasonable acts during the Iraqi imposed war on Iran, massacre of Iraqi Kurds and suppression of Iraqi uprisings against former dictator of the country in northern and southern parts of Iraq.