Archive for July 20th, 2012

Habilian Foundation is a Human Rights NGO comprising of a group of families who have lost their most beloved ones in terrorist operations during the early years of Iran after the Islamic Revolution.

The terrorism case in Iran has recorded the names of over 17000 innocent people who had been brutally killed by the western- supported terrorist groups, such as Mujahedin-e Khalq (a.k.a. MKO, MEK, PMOI, NCRI, Rajavis’ cult), which is a clear evidence on radical groups’ violence and a historic and unassailable document in order to prove the fact that Islamic Republic of Iran has been the biggest victim of terrorism.

After the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in 1979, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist cell which found the results of various democratic elections contrary to its wrecked power mongering ambitions resorted to widespread assassination of lay people, top officials and leaders of the country in order to spread an aura of terror and intimidation in pursuit of power and its leaders’ ambitious desires. In the course of its terrorist activities the MEK assassinated over 12000 innocent people including men, women and children for the sole reason of their support for the Islamic Republic of Iran. In two separate shockingly deplorable explosions it martyred the then President, Prime Minister, Judiciary chief and a few cabinet ministers as well as a large number of members of Iran’s parliament. Even far beyond that and in line with its satanic desires, leaders of this terrorist cell dominated private life of their supporters compelling them to forced divorces, separating them from their children and dismantling their families.

The ringleader of this terrorist cult left no stone unturned to give assistance and support to the army and intelligence services of former Iraqi Ba’ath regime against people of both Iran and Iraq during Saddam’s dictatorial rule. People of Iran would never forget treacheries and crimes committed by this group and will never forgive its leaders and elements for brutally killing thousands of men, women and children of this nation.

The terrorist nature and crimes committed by this outlawed group since its establishment have not been left hidden to world over as since 1997 it has been enlisted in the Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO) s of the U.S. Secretary of State due to perpetuation of its terrorist activities.

The U.S. institute for national defense (RAND) has recently confirmed terrorist nature of this organization in a report sent to the U.S. defense Ministry and called U.S. contacts with this group a mistake.

A May 2005 Human Rights Watchdog report also confirmed the tortured killing by the organization of a number of its dissent members in the prisons run by it.

As children and representatives of the families of over 17000 terror victims in Iran of which more than 12,000 cases were perpetrated by People’s Mujahedin of Iran terrorist cult, and for the enlightenment of the world about the terrorist nature of this cult we have raised a global campaign and have put our backs into following their legal case in international tribunals as well as making grounds for their expulsion from Iraq. To do so, we have met the Iraqi president, prime minister and members of Parliament as well as many European and American policy makers and political figures. We have also held over 100 meetings with Iraqi tribal leaders and university professors and set up many exhibitions about MKO crimes inside Iran as well as some European countries.

At the end, as the representatives of families of 17000 terror victims, we would be honored if having you on our side and use your help in disclosing the evil terrorist nature of this terrorist cult to the world.

Full List of 17159 Terror Victims


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The Cult of MEK

The Mujahedin-e Khalq is trying to steer its supporters in the United States toward war, which shows that the enemy of our enemy is not our friend.

The Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) is in the news again. Images of Newt Gingrich bowing to the Iranian dissident group’s leader, Maryam Rajavi, after speaking to MEK members at a Paris rally, and Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page’s unauthorized, paid speech at the same event have brought renewed attention to the MEK’s expensive (and possibly illegal) lobbying operation in Washington.

Gingrich and Page aren’t the only high-profile figures the MEK has enlisted in its bid to get off the State Department’s foreign terrorist organization list. The group has persuaded a number of onetime officials, including former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, former Homeland Security Adviser Francis Fragos Townsend, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, to argue its case. These public figures have taken money, in some cases more than $30,000 per speech, to speak on the group’s behalf. As a result, the U.S. Treasury Department has begun to look into the fees, because, according to the Supreme Court, “advocacy performed in coordination with, or at the direction of, a foreign terrorist organization” constitutes the federal crime of “material support of terrorism.” The speakers have also failed to register as lobbyists under the Foreign Agent Registration Act, and there is an increasing push for criminal investigations […]

Once upon a time, the MEK did enjoy some measure of popular support in Iran. But after getting shoved aside by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s party after the 1979 Iranian Revolution, the MEK spent the next two decades launching terrorist attacks against the new regime and its military, harming bystanders in several instances. The MEK joined sides with Saddam Hussein in the Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988), moving to camps in Iraq in 1986 and fighting against Iranian conscripts. Frustrated that Saddam failed to install it in power in Tehran by the end of the war, the MEK attempted its own invasion of Iran (using more of Saddam Hussein’s military munificence), resulting in the death of thousands of its members. These acts destroyed the MEK’s credibility among Iranians. Trapped in the Iraqi desert, the group’s leaders transformed the MEK into a cult after the failed invasion—engaging in such practices as mandated divorce and celibacy, sleep deprivation, public shaming, separation of families, and information control—and continued its terrorist attacks in Iran.


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