Basirat Exhibition at Engineering Faculty of Ferdowsi ‎University

As the representative of the families of Iranian terror victims, Habilian ‎Association kicks off Basirat exhibition at Ferdowsi University’s Engineering ‎Faculty.‎

Ayatollah Ahmad Alamolhoda, a member of the Assembly of Experts, ‎Ayatollah Masoumi, Supreme Leader’s representative in Islamic Azad ‎University, Khorasan Razavi branch, Dr. Asgharian, head of the Islamic Azad ‎University of district ‎‏9‏‎ as well as a large number of Basiji university ‎professors attended the opening ceremony of the three-day exhibition.‎

Ayatollah Alamolhoda made reference to the soft war in ‎Iranian universities and described the Basiji professors as the ‎“commanders of ‎this (soft war) front.‎”

‎“Now that we are involved in an intense battle with the arrogant powers, the ‎first and foremost requirement of each person is to recognize their ‎responsibility for dealing with the enemy,” he added.‎

He went on to explain the matters caused the transformation of the hard ‎‎(conventional) war into the soft war, saying “firstly, the enemy’s hard war is ‎no more effective on us and secondly the enemy is unable to get involved in a ‎hard war with us and has to pay exorbitant costs on it.”‎

Mashhad’s Friday Prayers leader appreciated the Habilian’s exhibitions, ‎saying “holding such exhibitions anywhere in the country is an outstanding ‎measure for the awakening of the people of our country, especially the young ‎generation who did not experience the early years of Revolution, and they ‎could not feel the crime of MKO and the victories of Islamic Revolution.”‎

The exhibition depicted Mujahedin-e Khalq’s long history of violence and ‎terror, moral corruption of its ringleaders, internal relations and human rights ‎violations ‎within the cult (complex brainwashing methods, their ideological ‎revolution and compulsory ‎divorces, forced self-immolations, etc.).‎

The visitor were also faced with many information regarding the sedition ‎movement and its leaders as well as its relationship with the MKO terrorists ‎during the ‎‏2009‏‎ post-election unrest.‎


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