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Who is the MEK?

NEWS PROVIDED BY National Council of Resistance of Iran-U.S. Representative Office
Nov 20, 2016, 18:17 ET
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Formed in 1965, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the largest and best-organized Iranian opposition movement, is the main component of the coalition, National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), which acts as the parliament-in-exile. The NCRI and MEK, have been committed to a secular, democratic, non-nuclear republic; gender equality; freedom of religion, thought, press, and association; support for peace in the Middle East; and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The president-elect of the NCRI is Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, who addressed a rally of 100,000 in Paris, well attended by dozens of prominent speakersfrom all over the world.

ANALYSIS: Unveiling the secrets of Iran’s 1988 massacre

By Heshmat Alavi
22 July 2017
Ali Fallahian, Iran’s intelligence minister during the tenure of Rafsanjani’s presidency back in the early 90s, is a name most notoriously known for his role in a series of chain murders across the country that saw the elimination of many dissidents. Fallahian has recently been heard making shocking revelations in reference to mass executions, especially targeting members and supporter of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).


Created: 21 July 2017
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A number of personalities and delegates paid tribute to a monument of the history of more than half a century of struggle of the people of Iran against tyranny at the residence of Maryam Rajavi, and signed a book in solidarity with the campaign for “Free Iran with 1000 Ashrafs; our goal: regime change.”The event followed the Iranian Resistance’s grand gathering at Villepinte where numerous personalities and parliamentary delegations had participated from around the world.

Former Iran's Intelligence Minister Admits 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoner

18 July 2017
Iran Focus 

London, 18 Jul - The former intelligence minister of Iran has admitted that former Supreme Leader Ruhollah Khomeini ordered the executions of 30,000 political prisoners affiliated with the Iranian Resistance group, People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI or MEK) in the summer of 1988. Ali Fallahian, gave an interview to the Regime-affiliated Tarikh Online website on July 9, in which he acknowledged that Khomeini had announced a fatwa calling for the extermination of all those affiliated with the MEK.

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Analysis: Iran's History and the Continued Irresistible Violence

By Tony Duheaume7 July 2017          
From its very inception, the Iranianregime has relied on extreme violence against its own people to retain a grip on power, and from mass murder in its prison system, to torture, to public hangings, this cycle of violence has continued for almost four decades. With all ages being targeted, from children as young as twelve to elderly men in their nineties, it has been estimated that over 120,00 have already been executed in Iran for various crimes against the state. Leading up to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s return, from exile on 1 February 1979, with rioting on the streets having lasted several months, the Shah’s ill-trained military had begun to open fire on unarmed civilians, killing hundreds in the process. So, with the Shah now gone, and his troops lacking the ability to quell the mass of revolutionary movements ranged against them, they decided it was time to declare neutrality. As the revolution escalated, it was like a step back in time to th…

What Does The Future Hold For Iran

Heshmat Alavi 
JUL 6, 2017

With developments regarding Iran and the Middle East on fast forward recently, voices are heard speaking of winds of change in Iran. Iran’s society, described as a powder keg due to social discontent, is literally simmering. And after far too many years, the international community is gradually but surely realizing how appeasement will only yield further destruction. Catapulting events further is Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s failure to engineer the recent presidential election to unify his regime for the tsunamis ahead.


04 July 2017
‌‌BY: Struan Stevenson

for their support of terrorism and call for the freedom of the Iranian people. Stevenson said that the world did not know fundamentalist Islamist terrorism until the Iranian Regime seized power until 1979, and now all of the different Islamist terror groups around the world are the result.