Is terrorist laundering, Berlin’s human rights strategy?

The Secretary of Iranian Judiciary's Human Rights Headquarters took to Twitter to criticize the impunity of MEK terrorist group in Germany and published photos of the three-year-old girl who was burned to ashes by MEK terrorists.

“3-year-old Fatima, burnt alive in 1980s, was one of 1000s victims of Nazi-style massacre by MKO terrorist group in Iran,” Ali Bagheri Kani wrote.

“To serve justice, Germany should establish trials as huge as Nuremberg, not granting MKO impunity,” he stated, adding “Is terrorist laundering, Berlin's #human_rights strategy?”

European politicians, the ones in Germany and France in particular, have closed eyes on the MEK crimes, and have cooperation with the group members and support them.
Recently, some former representatives at German parliament spoke about human rights at the MEK webinar.

In early 1980s, Fatima Taleghani’s parents moved to the southwestern city of Mahshahr to help the poor people there.


On June 30, 1981, Fatima’s parents were at the nearby mosque for congregational morning prayers, when MEK members set fire to their home, burning the 3-year-old Fatima.
The two MEK members who targeted Fatima as a cowardly action confessed: “we had tried to kill Fatima’s parents twice before but did not dare to do so; but this time our team leader accompanied us.”

We broke into the building from the window where Fatima was lying sound asleep and after we couldn’t manage to find her parents at home, we poured fuel all over the room and set fire to it while Fatima was still asleep there.

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