“Basirat exhibition” at Ayeha Cultural Complex

As the representative of the families of terror victims in Iran, Habilian Association held “Basirat Exhibition” in Mashhad with the presenc of Mashhad's Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Alamolhoda, some authorities of Mashhad, and a group of Khorasani terror victims' family members.

According to Habilian Association (families of Iranian terror victims) database, in this exhibition which was held in the sideline to the memorial ceremony of terror martyrs of Khorasan province at Ayeha cultural complex, different aspects of the old and the new hypocrisy were brought to the eyes of the viewers.

The exhibition had the presence of Mashhad's Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Alamolhoda, some authorities of Mashhad, and a group of Khorasani terror martyrs’ family members.

MKO’s long history of violence and terror, moral corruption of the cult leaders including financial fraud and advertising scams, internal relations and human rights violations within the cult (complex brainwashing methods, their ideological revolution and compulsory divorces, forced self-immolations, etc.) were amongst the main parts of the exhibition.

Assassination of high ranking IRI officials, launching blind mortar attacks at residential compounds against innocent civilians, the role MKO played in Iraq-Iran war, as Saddam’s private army were other parts of the exhibition.

The exhibition also let visitors know more about extensive moral corruption in Camp Ashraf, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorists' betrayal to their motherland during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war by siding with Iraq’s executed dictator Saddam Hussein as well as their assisting the Iraqi dictator in massacre of Iraqi Kurds and suppression of the Shiites Intifada in 1991.

The MKO complicity with some anti-revolutionary organizations under the guise of human rights and charitable institutions, financial and espionage cooperation with notorious intelligence services around the world and their assistance to other group for instigating unrest inside the country, like what they did in support for Aamol failed riots in 1981 were another parts of the exhibition.


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