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.