|They try to keep their criminal actions a secret, so as not to let anyone discover their real face. But, I have made it my duty to speak out and inform the people of Iran that the Mojahedin Organization is merely talking about and making gestures toward democracy, without ever believing in it, or practicing it even in its own Organization with its own members.|
Mohammad Mousavi, 44 years old, Vice President of the Military Staff Headquarters. He was involved with the Mojahedin for 22 years. He was on trial for 15 hours and was accused of:
1.) Not believing in the Mojahedin Organization.
2.) Discouraging other members of the Mojahedin from participating in military training and activities.
3.) Addiction; he would smoke more than two packets of cigarettes every day.
Mohammad was educated and resident in the United States of America before going to Iraq. He had been politically active since before the revolution of Iran in 1979. His sister [Mehri] is an active member of the Mojahedin and is in the 'Diplomacy Section' in the Mojahedin's base in Baghdad. His sister attended his trial and showed anger toward him. She insulted him for leaving the Mojahedin.
Amir Movasaghi, 36 years old, member of the Mojahedin with over 12 years involvement. He was on trial for between 14-16 hours and was accused of:
1.) Avoiding acceptance of any responsibilities within the Mojahedin's Organization.
2.) Not attending the meetings.
3.) Requesting to leave the Mojahedin.
During his trial the Mojahedin insulted him many times and called him a spy for Iran's government. Amir had no right to defend himself so he kept quiet.
Mansour Koffi, 40 years old, District Vice President. He was involvedwith the Mojahedin for over 19 years. He was on trial for eight hours and was accused of:
r1.) Escaping from Ashraf military base in Baghdad.
2.) Refusing to join military operations .to fight for freedom.
3.) Having a bad attitude toward his Councils and Directors.
Mansour's right arm was damaged in one of the Mojahedin's military operations. He was under regular physiotherapy. He planned to escape Mojahedin's base, but his plan was discovered and he was not successful.
Fatollah Fathi, 36 years old, Mojahedin Military Commander. He was involved with the Mojahedin for 14 years. He was on trial for seven days and was accused of:
1.) Carrying sexy photos, which he was collecting via the Arab laborers who perform the menial tasks for the Mojahedin in their bases.
2.) Disheartening other individuals so as not to stay with and obey the Mojahedin.
3.) Talking negatively about the Mojahedin's Councils.
Fatollah was imprisoned in Ashraf military base, located 40 KM from Khales city in Iraq. The Mojahedin told him 'we will never forgive you for what you did and will not let you go free from this trial.'
The Mojahedin Organization, announced in their Mojahed newspaper, No. 592, published in July 2002, that I, Massoud Tayeb, am a spy and agent of the Islamic Republic of Iran. With such actions, the Mojahedin has tried to intimidate me and to keep me quiet so that I will not speak the truth about them. They try to keep their criminal actions a secret, so as not to let anyone discover their real face. But, I have made it my duty to speak out and inform the people of Iran that the Mojahedin Organization is merely talking about and making gestures toward democracy, without ever believing in it, or practicing it even in its own Organization with its own members. They have a Freudian concept of men and women's relationships. In the hallways of the Mojahedin's buildings, there are arrows, indicating the men's side and the women's side. This reminds me of the segregated buses for men and women in Iran. Men and women are not allowed to contact each other. The men and women in the Mojahedin have no right to work in the same room if there are just two of them. If they do so they must report their immoral actions (even though they did not perform any).
Their reports will then be read out in a gathering of 30-50 members, and in this way, they have 'evidence' which will Tender the individual obedient to the Organization.
On November 3rd 2001, the Mojahedin Organization held an urgent meeting in Bagher Zadeh Base which is located 60 Km west of Baghdad, Iraq. This meeting was based on the events of September 11th and the consequences of its aftermath. This meeting was held in the presence of Massoud Rajavi and 500 prominent members of the Mojahedin. The purpose of the meeting was to talk about a plan called "Sheqe Seeya" "The Black Phase". According to the report of the plan from inside the meeting, Massoud Rajavi decided that incase the United States of America planned to attack Iraq, our Organization must be prepared to undertake its biggest ever operation and attack Iran. He said, of course, that for such operation 'we need the permission of the Iraqi government', as we always did.
The Mojahedin Organization believes that should such a chaotic situation arise in Iraq, this would be the next golden opportunity for us after the Eternal Light Operation in 1988 (Forough-e Javidan, 1367). We must be prepared and take the greatest advantage of this opportunity.
The Mojahedin wanted to blame other forces for, the operation. They are aware that:
-The present situation in Iraq and an attack on Iraq by the USA will force the Mojahedin to undertake such an operation, they will have no choice.
-The Mojahedin know that the International and regional situation is not expecting such a military operation
-The Mojahedin know that they do not have enough soldiers and are not in one hundred percent military condition for such an operation or military attack on Iran.
After many years of promises but failure to progress, there is now also a great deal of internal Organizational disagreement within the Mojahedin Organization; this, therefore, would be a good opportunity to keep everyone quiet and to blame others for what have been for years and years their own mistakes. This is why they call this plan for preparing to attack Iran the "Segheh Seeya" "The Black Phase".