An IRGC commander said during his visit to the Basirat Exhibition that Iranian nation call for the trial of sedition movement leaders.
“We will face other organized seditions,” Commander Saeed Qasemi added, “if they (sedition leaders) don’t stand trial.”
He said that we should be cautious and not allow history to repeat itself, adding, “we feel really sad” to see sedition leaders have been defected from the Revolution.
The exhibition held at Abbaszadegan cultural complex in Mashhad included: 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.)
The exhibition also provided documents on the MKO’s assassinating senior Iranian officials, launching mortar attacks on civilians and the role of the cult in Iraq-Iran war.
The visitors were also provided with documents about the crimes MKO have so far committed in Iraq as Saddam’s private army and their assisting the Iraqi dictator in massacre of Iraqi Kurds and suppression of the Shiites Intifada in 1991.