MKO claims responsibility for eleven terrorist attacks in a single week

The Mujahedeen e-Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for eleven terrorist operations, during one week of 1982.

According to Habilian Association database (Specialized Center of Research on the MKO's Crimes), the MKO terrorist group has made the confession in No. 134 of the Journal of Mujahid, the group’s main press organ during early years of the 80s.

According to this news that the MKO’s publication has referred to it as a document for its bravely operations, between Dec 30 and January 6, 1982 (the gap between publication of two issues of the Magazine), the group has conducted eleven terrorist operations throughout Iran that included: (1) assassination of two persons for membership in the Islamic Revolutionary Committee, without reference to the geographical location of the crime; (2) assassination of a person named Haj Ghane in Tehran for membership in intelligence services; (3) armed attack to an IRGC’s patrol car and killing at least one IRGC force, without reference to the geographical location of the crime; (4) assassination of a person named Asghar Kamali in Isfahan for “mercenary”; (5) assassination of a Basij volunteer in Isfahan; (6) armed attack to a car carrying commander of Shahreza’s IRGC; (7) devastating explosion in the governorship's building in Shahreza; (8) explosion and destruction of an IRGC’s kiosk in Boroujen; (9) blowing up car of the head of Boroujen’s Red Crescent; (10) assassination of head of the Islamic Republic Party in Shahrekord; and (11) assassination of three IRGC forces in Masal, Gilan.

The Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist group, which operates freely in Western countries these days, has killed about 12,000 of Iranian people for observance of religious rituals, membership in revolutionary institutions or support for the Islamic Republic.   


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