Organized by Habilian Association, the official representative of 17000 Iranian terror victims’ families, the 9-day long Basirat exhibition was warmly welcomed by students of Azad university of Malayer. The purpose of exhibition was to enlighten the public opinion on terrorist groups such as the Mujahedin e-Khalq organization (MEK, MKO, PMOI…), deviated groups, and a review on the 2008 post-election events in Iran.
The history of hypocrisy in Iran, biography of MKO leaders, MKO’s inner-ethnic relations and the assassinations conducted by the terrorist MKO in Iran were among topics addressed during the event.
The event also covered the crimes conducted by the MKO and the 2008 post-election riots in Iran. Some of such topics included: 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.
The event also reviewed the establishment process of the Baha’i cult and Hojjatieh Society and their ideological and practical drifts.
some unknown aspects of the Baha’i cult with a glimpse on: “Baha’i cult’s background, Ali Mohammad Shirazi’s gaffes, some Baha’i believes, permission to marry one’s own sister or mother in the cult, distortion of truth, Imam Khomeini’s opinion about the cult, the cult’s stance on the Israel-Arabs war, Jersey of Baha’i, etc.
Hojjatieh Society was also reviewed in detail. Establishment of the Hojjatieh, their leaders’ intellectual deviations, Hojjatieh-Savak relations, Hojjatieh’s financial documents, recruitment techniques of the group, were among the topics covered durig the event about Hojjatieh Society.
Local officials were also among the visitors of the exhibition.
At the closing ceremony of the exhibition, governor of Malayer pointed out the effect of such efforts on students of universities and emphasized on the necessity of continuing these efforts.