|The location was under tight security, and there were guards and security all around the building. The trial took place at this location under the judgment of Massoud Rajavi. Some of the people who were put on trial and some who managed to escape the Mojahedin some who are still in the Mojahedin's prisons…|
This place was opposite the residence of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi -spiritual leaders of Mojahedin, and chairman of the National Council of Resistance. The location was under tight security, and there were guards and security all around the building. The trial took place at this location under the judgment of Massoud Rajavi. Some of the people who were put on trial, and some who managed to escape the Mojahedin some who are still in the Mojahedin's prisons, are represented below in this announcement:
Mehdi Eftekhari, 61 years old, was involved in the Mojahedin Organization for over 30 years. Mehdi had to attend two full days of trial, and was accused of:
1.) Not accepting the strategy of divorce by which all the individuals in the Mojahedin must divorce their spouse and remain single for the rest of their lives.
2.) Discouraging other members and turning them against the Mojahedin.
3.) Hiding food and clothing in preparation for escape from the Mojahedin's base in Iraq.
4.) Not attending the mind searching meetings of the Mojahedin. '; Mehdi was a Council member of the Mojahedin's Social Sector in 1985.
He was a political prisoner during the Shah's regime; and was Massoud Rajaviâ€™s cell mate during his Imprisonment. Mehdi helped to arrange the escape from Iran in 19810f Massoud Rajavi and Abol Hassan Bani Sadr, first President of Iran after the revolution. He was the commander of the operation.
Mehdi suffers from serious heart disease, but the Mojahedin never allowed him good medical care and always assigned him to stressful jobs and responsibilities.
Hadi Rooshan Ravan, 55 years old, Vice President of the Military Headquarters. He was involved with Mojahedin Organization for over 30 years. He was subjected to 16 hours of unfair trial by the Mojahedin and was accused of:
1.) Not keeping secret information about the Mojahedin.
2.) Not helping seriously to solve problems when the Mojahedin needed him.
3.) Not attending the mind searching meetings of the Mojahedin.
4.) Pretending to be sick all the time.
Hadi was the leading political member of the Mojahedin in 1985.
He was responsible for the headquarters of the Mojahedin's Secret Service. Hadi suffers a heart condition.
Massoud Zargham, 41 years old, Vice President of the Army Staff Headquarters, was involved with the Mojahedin for over 21 years. He was placed on trial in the Mojahedin's base for a whole day and was accused of:
1.) Not believing the political strategy and military policy of the Mojahedin. '
2.) Disheartening other members and discouraging them from accepting the Mojahedin's decisions on any political and military activities.
3.) Listening to foreign radio stations' Persian broadcasts, including the World Service of the BBC, and the Voice of America, at the Mojahedin's bases.
4.) Analyzing the future political situation of the Mojahedin from listening to foreign radio stations and sharing his point of view with others in the Mojahedin base.
5.) Not attending any meetings of the Mojahedin.
In 1993 Massoud Zargham left Iraq with Maryam Rajavi when she went to France. He had a Swedish passport, so therefore had no trouble leaving Iraq. He separated from the Mojahedin in 1995 while he was in Sweden. Unfortunately the Mojahedin's members there found him again. They deceived him with lies such as that the Mojahedin had changed their strategies, and in this way were able to take him back to Baghdad I again. He is a member of the Central Council of the Mojahedin i Organization; his name is listed as a member of the Central Council in the Mojahed Publication (Special Edition), on the line and number of Hamadan 623.
Hamid Falahati, 42 years old, District Vice President, was involved with the Mojahedin for 19 years. He spent two days in the unfair trial and was accused of:
1.) Listening to foreign radio stations in the Mojahedin's base
2.) Avoiding attending the mind searching meetings of the Mojahedin.
3.) Being against the Mojahedin's military actions and strategies, in particular the mortar shell attacks on cities in Iran in which innocent civilians were killed.
Hamid had been a dissatisfied member of the Mojahedin since 1994; he was under tight security to prevent his escape from the base in Baghdad. He was relieved of all responsibilities.
Hossein Mashoufi, 35 years old, District Vice President, was involved J with the Mojahedin for over 18 years. He was under the toughest trial for, three days. Extra pressure was put on him in order to discover where he found a free long-distance telephone line. He was accused of:
1.) Not obeying any Organizational rules and regulations
2.) Requesting to leave Mojahedin right away and as soon as possible. 3.) Making secret long- distance phone calls.
4.) Asking his family to help him to get out of Iraq in his telephone conversation
5.) Avoiding attendance at the Mojahedin's mind searching meeting. Hassan's two brothers were killed in Mojahedin military operations on the border of Iran and Iraq, and one of his brothers was executed by Iran's regime. Hassan was imprisoned in a cell by the Mojahedin for a while before his trial was held.
Gholam Reza Shakouri, 38 years old, District Vice President, was involved with the Mojahedin for 12 years. Gholam Reza was on trial for 12 hours and was accused of;
1.) Planning to escape from the military base of the Mojahedin in Baghdad and go to Iran through Kurdistan (which is located in Northern Iraq, the same way he joined the Mojahedin).
2.) Avoiding participation in the Mojahedin's military operations. Gholam Reza was a professional military trainer and he helped the Mojahedin train many combatants. He is a tank driver.