An investigative report by Iranian daily Farhikhtegan has shed light on a clandestine financial network that sponsors and funds the heinous activities of the terrorist Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), currently based in Albania.
In a report released on Tuesday, September 19, the Iranian newspaper said it has obtained information about several companies that have provided large-scale financial aid to the MKO terrorists in the past years.
The list includes:
1. "Red Granite Pictures", an
A report by the European Parliament has said that the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) terrorist organization has committed many non-transparent actions in dealing with the members of the European Parliament.
“Iran’s Mujahideen, an organization Human Rights Watch has accused of intimidating, torturing and sometimes murdering members of the Iranian diaspora, has been using aggressive and shady practices to meet MEPs, including by hiding their real affiliation,” said the report.
It added, “MEPs have
Iranian intelligence forces have identified and arrested all members of a terrorist outfit in the country’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan, the Intelligence Ministry’s provincial office said in a statement on Friday.
According to the statement, the terrorist outfit was involved in the armed abduction and murder of rights activists Samir Baluch and his pregnant spouse, Hanigol Baluch, in Iranshar County, and their transfer to the outskirts of the border region of Saravan
A top Iranian criminal court plans to bring more than a hundred members of the anti-Iran terrorist cult Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), which has murdered tens of thousands of Iranian citizens, to trial.
Branch 1 of Tehran’s Criminal Court has announced that 104 MKO members, including the ringleader of the terror cult Maryam Rajavi, must introduce their lawyers to the court so that they will represent and protect the rights of the defendants, according to Press TV.
In response to the action of a number of members of the Italian parliament in hosting the ringleader of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MeK) terrorist group, The Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism issued a statement expressing their protest against this inhuman act.
The statement reads as follows:
It was heart-wrenching for us as the Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism to hear that the ringleader a terrorist group, which is responsible for the assassination and murder of thousands of Iranian
The MEK terrorist group praised yesterday's terrorist attack on a police station in Zahedan, which led to the martyrdom of two police officers.
According to Habilian, the MEK terrorist group lauded a Takfiri terrorist group known as Jaish ul-Adl, which has been responsible for the assassination of dozens of citizens of our country in Sistan and Baluchistan province for years, calling them “Courageous youth".
Yesterday, 4 armed terrorists clashed with the police forces in Zahedan police
As one of the largest communities of terror victims in the world which has strongly felt the bitter taste of terrorism for over four decades, The Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism has always warned governments and international bodies against neglecting terrorism or appeasing it.
According to international reports, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) terrorist group besides assassination of Iranian citizens, has been involved in various criminal activities such as kidnapping and human
26 June signifies the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. Torture and abuse of members is a routine measure within destructive cults in order to repress dissidents and terrorize potential defectors. The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK/MEK), is an Iranian terrorist cult which, according to valid international documents, has resorted to torture both against its own members and ordinary people opposing it.
One of the main reports on the MeK’s records in torturing its members
Secretary of Iran's High Council for Human Rights has strongly criticized the Western states for sheltering the notorious anti-Iran terrorist MKO, calling on them to immediately expel the terror group members.
Speaking during the weekly press conference on the US Human Rights Record, Kazem Gharibabadi stressed that Iran considers the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) as a terrorist organization that has not given up on its terrorist actions.
He also said that the countries sheltering the
Questioning the European Parliament over the human rights slogans and supporting terrorists, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kan'ani lambasted the European body for hosting MKO terrorists.
Referring to the presence of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MKO) terrorist organization's ringleader, Nasser Kan'ani in a tweet wrote that it is so regrettable that some of the European Parliament members turned a blind eye to the dark record of the murderers of more than 17 thousand children, women, men
The release of an Iranian diplomat from a Belgian jail has been described as a major victory for Iran and a major setback and embarrassment for the anti-Iran Mujahedin-e Khalq (MKO) terrorist group by Iran’s vice president for legal affairs.
The arrest and trial of diplomat Assadollah Assadi, according to Mohammad Dehghan on Saturday, was a flagrant violation of the fundamental rule of diplomatic immunity, and his release demonstrated the Islamic Republic’s commitment to defending the
Five Iranian border guards have been killed in clashes with armed terrorists and anti-Islamic Revolution groups in the country’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
Local media reports said the fatalities occured in the Maze-Sar area of the border region of Saravan, located near Pakistan, late on Saturday as the Iranian border security forces engaged in a fierce confrontation with the terrorists.
Earlier reports had put the death toll at six, but police announced on Sunday
The 34th Tehran International Book Fair officially started on Wednesday May 10 and Habilian Association will present part of its publications and works on documents related to terrorist groups in the book fair.
Tehran International Book Fair is the greatest cultural event in Iran which is held annually in 10-day period with the presence of domestic and foreign publishers along with millions of visitors.
In this year’s book fair, Habilian will exhibit its works on the documents regarding
Pakistan’s most wanted terrorist leader, Muhammad Asa, accused of attacking Iranian convoys, was shot dead in clashes between rival terrorist groups that erupted over the distribution of looted money.
Hailing from the banned so-called Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), Asa, also known as Mullah Ibrahim, carried a head bounty of 14,000 dollars from the Pakistan government.
Asa was involved in countless number of terrorist attacks, including assaults on Iranian trucks that were on the way to Taftan
Following the announcement of the execution of ASMLA terrorist group’s leader in Iran, Families of Iranian Victims of terrorism issued a statement expressing satisfaction for fulfillment of “a part of the justice process” regarding the murderers of their beloved ones.
The statement reads as follows:
More than a decade and a half has passed since the ASMLA group’s brutal terrorist acts in Iran, during which more than 450 Iranian citizens were killed and wounded by elements of this terrorist
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani has blasted interventionist stances adopted by European countries following Iran’s execution of a terrorist ringleader.
Kanaani noted that Europe’s “supportive measures” for terrorists are not only aimed at preventing the execution of justice, but it will actually encourage and promote the “sinister phenomenon of terrorism” all over the world.
Habib Farajollah Chaab, who was responsible for a 2018 bloody attack in Ahvaz, southwestern Iran, was
The ringleader of a separatist group responsible for several terrorist operations in Iran, including the 2018 deadly terrorist attack in southwestern city of Ahvaz, has been executed.
Mizan news agency, affiliated with the Iranian Judiciary, reported that the death sentence against Habib Farajollah Chaab, also known as Habib Asyud, the ringleader of the Harkat al-Nazal terror outfit, was carried out on Saturday morning.
Back on March 12, Iran’s Judiciary confirmed the death sentence “on
Iran has apprehended members of a network with ties to Marxist counter-revolutionary organizations, the terrorist cult the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), and French spies.
Fars news agency stated on Monday, citing informed sources, that all of the inmates had previously been imprisoned and freed under pardons given by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei.
According to the investigation, the inmates had come together to plan and coordinate raising tensions in
Deputy Judiciary Chief and head of Iran's Human Rights Headquarters Kazzem Qaribabadi strongly blasted EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell for his meddlesome comment regarding the death sentence given to a terrorist ringleader who was convicted of planning a series of terror attacks on Iran's soil, including the 2008 deadly attack on a mosque in Shiraz.
"A terrorist Iranian national was supported in Europe and in the United States," Qaribabadi wrote on his Twitter account on Saturday, adding
Iranian President Ayatollah Ebrahim Raisi has underlined Iran’s readiness to press ahead with supporting the Yemenis and called on Europe to stop supporting terrorists.
Ayatollah Raisi made the remarks in separate phone calls with Alexander De Croo, the Prime Minister of Belgium, and Mahdi al-Mashat, Chairman of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen.
In response to the telephone call of al-Mashat on Friday evening, Ayatollah Raisi congratulated the members of the council and the great