Basirat exhibition at Shahid Hamami junior school of Mashhad

In the sideline to a ceremony held to honor the memory of martyr Ayatollah Hasheminejad, a Basirat exhibition was arranged at the junior school of Shahid Hamami in Mashhad.

Organized by Habilian Association, the purpose of exhibition was to provide the students with information on some unknown aspects of the terrorist Mojahedin e-Khalq organization.

The event covered the crimes conducted by the MKO and the 2008 post-election riots in Iran in various parts with different topics including: history of terror and violence in Iran, a detailed review on torture methods in terrorist MKO, Massoud Rajavi’s frauds, MKO’s cultish methods of brainwashing, vast moral corruption among MKO members in camp Ashraf, MKO’s treasons during the Iraqi imposed war on Iran and their cooperation with Saddam regime, mass murder of Iraqi people in the south and the north of that country and suppression of their uprising, MKO’s role in the post-election riots in Iran and their direct involvement in the 2008 Ashura events, making fake lists of killed people in the riots and their confessions in the court.

Other topics raised in the exhibition included: cooperation between the MKO and some anti Islamic republic groups under the cover of Human Rights entities, MKO’s role in guiding other terrorist groups such as Forqan, informing the youth on MKO’s method of spying, a review on some conspiracies conducted by the MKO which led to failure such as the Amol event, MKO’s cooperation with western intelligence services.

The exhibitors were also provided with related Habilian products such as videos, books, bulletins and software.

In the sideline to the exhibition, Habilian Association’s Secretary General addressed a number of provincial authorities, families of martyrs and the school staff.


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