“Basirat Exhibition” in Sari

As the representative of the families of Iranian terror victims, Habilian Foundation presented “Basirat Exhibition” at the IRIB center of Mazandaran province.

According to a report published by Habilian, the opening ceremony of the exhibition saw the presence of commander of Mazandaran's Karbala Corps Mohammad Taghi Shah-Cheraghi, director of IRIB Mazandaran center, and some other political and cultural figures of the Province.

A history of terrorism and violence in Iran, detailed study of methods of violent torture by MKO terrorist organization, long-lasting treacheries of Masoud Rajavi (MKO ringleader) and cult-like procedures of the cult such as brainwashing their members, along with a wide range of information on terrorism were presented through various posters.

Mujahedin-e Khalq’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.

The visitors were also provided with images and documents analyzing the 2009 post-election events, Mujahedin-e Khalq’s role in the unrests and the introduction of the seditionists’ leaders.

Habilian Foundation’s software and multimedia products about the nature of terrorist groups and the crimes deviant political streams and terrorist groups like MKO committed in Iran and the damages they have so far caused to the country as well as videos of Mujahedin-e Khalq defected members’ confessions were shown on the sideline of the exhibition.

In his speech at the opening ceremony of the exhibition, commander of Mazandaran's Karbala Corps talked about the MKO’s movements in Iran and emphasized on relying on the Basiji spirit to deal with them.

 

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