Basirat Exhibition at Mosallanejad Cultural Foundation

As the representative of the families of Iranian terror victims, Habilian ‎Association held Basirat Exhibition at Mosallanejad Cultural Foundation in ‎Mashhad to improve the political knowledge of Khorasan Razavi high school ‎teachers. ‎

The week-long exhibit presented historical background of the terrorist ‎Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK and PMOI), internal ‎relations and human rights violations within the cult, and moral corruptions of ‎its ringleaders as well as some documents and information about Hojjatieh ‎Society and perverted Baha’i sect, their history and recruitment techniques.‎

Habilian Association also held Basirat Specialized Training Courses on the ‎sidelines of the exhibition to improve teachers’ knowledge about such issues as ‎terrorist MKO group, Hojjatieh Society, depraved sects of Baha’ism and ‎Wahhabism, Satanism and new emerging cults, etc. A number of experts from ‎Mashhad, Qom, Tehran, and Isfahan were invited to teach the courses.‎

Habilian Association Secretary-General delivered a speech at the closing ‎ceremony of the exhibition about the Hypocrisy in Iran, saying that it should ‎not be ignored.‎

‎“At the beginning of the (Islamic) Revolution, MKO’s true face was unknown ‎to people,” he added.‎

Son of late Ayatollah Hasheminejad added that some people became aware of ‎the malignant nature of the group just when it bombed the Islamic Republic ‎Headquarters and Premier’s office in ‎‏1981‏‎ and killed President Mohammad Ali ‎Rajaee, Head of Judiciary Mohammad Hosseini Beheshti, Prime Minister ‎Mohammad Javad Bahonar, and some ‎‏70‏‎ high ranking Iranian officials.‎

Dr. Salahi, former Khorasan Razavi governor-general, Dr. Hasan Rahimpour ‎Azqadi, a member of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution (SCCR), ‎Fakhrian, head of Khorasan Razavi’s Education office, HojjatolIslam Dr. ‎Mohammad Reza Javaheri, a faculty member of Ferdowsi University of ‎Mashhad, and some other researchers and political experts were among the ‎distinguished visitors to the exhibition.‎


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