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MEK Trial Judge: Host Government Complicit in Forcible Detention of Members

Judge Dehghani Nia, the presiding judge in the trial of 104 members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) terrorist group, stated that many members of the group are being held forcibly in the MEK’s camp, which could implicate the host governments in detaining…
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Issuing Identification Documents for the MEK Violates International Police Laws

The thirteenth session of the trial of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) terrorist group was held at the Imam Khomeini Judicial Complex in Tehran, presided over by Judge Dehghani Nia with advisors Morteza Turak and Amin Nasseri. The case involves 104 individual…
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New Warning from MEK Trial Judge to France and Albania

The presiding judge of the trial of members of the MEK terrorist group has warned France and Albania that hosting terrorists is a crime. According to Habilian, Judge Dehghani Nia opened yesterday's session with a warning to countries backing the MEK terrorist…
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MEK trial judge's appeal to the Albanian people

Judge Dehghani Nia, the presiding judge in the trial of 104 senior members of the MEK terrorist group, has called on the people of Albania to demand that their government expel and extradite these individuals to Iran. According to Habilian, at the beginning…

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Honoring Innocent Lives Lost: A Tribute on Family Day

Every year on May 15th, the world celebrates International Day of Families. This day recognizes the importance of families as the fundamental unit of society and highlights the critical role they play in our lives. Families provide love, support, and a sense…
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In Memory of a Worker Who Lost his Life to the MEK Terrorists

Every year on May 1st, the world comes together to celebrate International Workers' Day, a day to acknowledge the immense contributions that workers, past and present, have made to building societies, economies, and the very fabric of our lives. From the…
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The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization and Iraqi Kurds’ Genecide (Part III): Evidence from an Ex-member

The third narrative of the encounter between Rajavi and Iraqi Kurds belongs to Haeri, an old ex-member of the MEK, who describes the events and provides contexts that indicate prior planning for making use of the MEK for oppression of Iraqi Kurds. As…
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The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization and Iraqi Kurds’ Genecide (Part II): Evidence from an Air Force Officer and a group insider

The presence of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization in Iraq, driven by shared strategic objectives amidst local and regional changes, went beyond a simple partnership, evolving into a comprehensive coalition with Saddam Hussein. While their cooperation touched…

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Claiming Responsibility for Assassinating a Shoemaker in Tehran

The Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist group took responsibility for assassination of a shoemaker in Tehran in 1984. The MEK has confessed to this crime in No.201 of the Mojahed. Based on this confession, a man named Ali Akbar Shirazi was wounded by a grenade that…
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“Revolutionary Punishment” of a Student in Tehran

The Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for “revolutionary punishment” of a stove repairman in Tehran in 1984. The MeK has made the confession in No. 221 of the Mojahed Magazine. According to this confession, on September 13, 1984, a…
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MKO claims responsibility for assassination of Arak’s Deputy Prosecutor

The Mujahedeen e-Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the assassination of Deputy Prosecutor of Arak, the capital of Markazi Province, Iran, in 1983. According to Habilian Association database (Specialized Center of Research on the MKO's…
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MKO claims responsibility for assassination of a Judicial official in Tehran

The Mujahedeen e-Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the assassination of a Judicial official in Tehran, in 1983. According to Habilian Association database (Specialized Center of Research on the MKO's Crimes), the MKO terrorist group has…

Human Rights

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Victims of MEK terror; from Iran to Iraq

Mujahedin e-Khalq organization (MEK, MKO, NCRI) is beilieved to be responsible for assassination of more than 12000 Iranian civilians. As well as its eastern neighbor, Iraq is also a victim of MEK’s countless crimes. They include the cult’s contributing to…
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Human Rights Watch statement elaborating on MKO abuses

In May 2005, Human Rights Watch issued a report on alleged human rights abuses committed by an Iranian opposition group, the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO/MEK), inside its military camps in Iraq from 1991 to February 2003, prior to the fall of Saddam…
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Women's rights and the Mujahedin-e Khalq organization

Mujahedin-e Khalq organization's inhumane treatment of women has been acknowledged by many sources including former members of the terrorist group. In an interview on December 5, 2012, Zahra Mir Bagheri, former member of MKO’s leadership council, spoke of the…
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Women and children, victims of MEK terrorism

MEK’s black record is filled with numerous horrible crimes including assassination of more than 12000 innocent Iranian people. The atrocities and crimes of Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization set up one of the bloodiest chapters of Iranian history. Soon following…

Legal and Natural Persons of the Case along with their Charges

Masoud Rajavi
Masoud RajaviInterpol Code: A-441/6-2002
- The order of armed war against the revolutionary forces on June 20, 1981
- Participating in hijacking to escape the country
- Issuance of compulsory divorce decree and separation of children from parents for members
- Establishment and command of the MeK’s militia called “National Liberation Army”
- Issuing orders for military operations, including Operation Forugh-e Javidan (Eternal Light) against Iranian positions and forces
- Direct cooperation with the Baath regime and Saddam, and participating in various meetings with Iraqi intelligence forces

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Maryam Qajar Azdanlou (Rajavi)
Maryam Qajar Azdanlou (Rajavi)Interpol Code: A-469/6-2002
- Deputy commander of the National Liberation Army
- Participating in numerous military operations, including Forugh-e Javidan and Aftab Directing military and terrorist operations inside the country
- The MeK’s leader since 1989
- The head of the MeK’s political wing called the National Council of Resistance of Iran since 1993

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Mahdi Abrishamchi
Mahdi AbrishamchiInterpol Code: A-525/6-2002
- Member of the MeK’s leadership council
- In charge of the MeK’s logistics during the armed rallies in 1981
- Participation in the hijacking of Boeing 707 in order to aid Masoud Rajavi escape the country
- Member of the executive board of the organization in 1982
- In charge of external relations of the organization between 1983 to 1985
- Head of the logistics, headquarters, central headquarters and intelligence headquarters of the MeK in 1986
- Responsible for the ideological revolution
- Responsible for torturing problematic members in 1994
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Badri Pourtabbakh
Badri Pourtabbakh
- Parallel with the MeK’s first official
- Head of the MeK’s headquarters in Germany and the US in 1968
- Member of the executive board and head of the political division of the MeK in Europe (1989-1992)
- Head of the MeK’s headquarters in the Netherlands (1997-1999)
- Deputy of the interior headquarters and coordinator of terrorist attacks in Iran in 1999
- Responsible for setting up the MeK’s women network in Europe and financing events in France
- Responsible for the ideological meetings of the newly arrived forces in Albania


Seddigheh Hosseini
Seddigheh Hosseini
- The MeK’s first official (2005-2010)
- Head of the MeK’s cyber division
- Head of the MeK’s terrorist cells known as “rebel centers”
- Former Chief of Staff of the National Liberation Army of Iran
- Head of Intelligence Support of the National Liberation Army in the Genocide Operation of Iraqi Kurds known as the Pearl Operation along with Abbas Davari and Mozhgan Parsaei

Mehvash Sepehri
Mehvash SepehriInterpol Code: A-445/6-2002
- The MeK’s first official (1997-1999)
- Member of the MeK’s foreign relations department in 1984
- Responsible for setting up and commanding the MeK’s Sanandaj department and membership in the Kurdistan Peshmerga (1985)
- Participation in Forough-e Javidan and Chalcheragh operations with the position of commander
- Responsible for designing and coordinating mortar operations of the organization in 1978
- Deputy commander of the National Liberation Army (1999-2001)
- Coordinator of the MeK’s terrorist operations inside the country (1993-7999)
- Organizer of the MeK’s important organizational meetings in Albania

Zohreh Akhyani
Zohreh AkhyaniInterpol Code: A-131/1-2009
- The MeK’s first official (2011-2017)
- Member of the MeK’s leadership council
- Responsible for communication with the US forces in Iraq
- One of the main officials of the organization in Iraq
- Responsible for student operation teams in 1981
- Former head of the NLAI’s headquarters
- Responsible for setting up border operation teams in 1998
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Fahimeh Arwani
Fahimeh ArwaniInterpol Code: A-427/6-2002
- Head of Military training in the NLAI in 1999
- Co-planner and co-coordinator of the MeK’s mortar operation in 1999 known as road opening operation, alongside Mahosh Sepehri
- Responsible for interviewing newly arrived members
- Head of Propaganda Division in Ashraf and Liberty barracks
- Torturer and interrogator of problematic members
- Active participation in Chalcharagh and Forough-e Javidan operations

Abbas Ali Davari Feizipour Azar
Abbas Ali Davari Feizipour AzarInterpol Code: A-496/6-2002
- Organizing the MeK’s establishment in Tabriz and Mashhad in the early 80s
- Former head of the MeK’s foreign relations department
- In charge of the MeK’s connection with world liberation movements in the early 80s
- Participation in Forough-e Javidan operation as a brigade commander
- The first member of the MeK’s negotiating team with Iraqi intelligence officials
- Responsible for the ideological meetings of the leaders in the interior headquarters
- Convicted of kidnapping in Baghdad Criminal Court
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Seyyed Majid Seyyed-ol Mohaddesin
Seyyed Majid Seyyed-ol MohaddesinInterpol Code: A-479/6-2002
- Head of the MeK’s Foreign Policy Commission
- Head of Masoud Rajavi’s office in Paris in 1983
- Member of the MeK’s executive board in 1986
- Member of the MeK’s command staff in many operations, including Chalcheragh, Forough-e Javidan and Morwarid
- In charge of corresponding with US authorities to return of weapons and military barracks
- Among the intellectual elements of the political headquarters and in charge of organizing various meetings of the MeK
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