Iranian researcher: Mujahideen Khalq’s hands are stained with the blood of Iraqis and Iranians
Iranian political analyst Akbar Ashrafi said on Sunday that the MEK (hypocrites) is stained with the blood of the Iraqi and Iranian peoples, noting that "the organization played a role in suppressing the Shiites in Iraq."
Ashrafi said in a press interview followed by Ashraf News, to discuss the path of the PMOI from yesterday to today, that "the United States decided at one time to transfer the organization's members from Iraq to Albania so that Iran could not direct a direct strike on the group."
He pointed out that the Mojahedin Organization's hands were stained with the blood of the Iraqi and Iranian people, noting that "the hypocrites played a role in suppressing the Shiites in Iraq during the rule of Saddam Hussein and martyred a number of members of the Shiite community."
The political expert said that the enemies are using the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq organization currently in cyberspace or during protests to strike Iran: "Male and Female members of this organization are sitting on computers in Albania, for a cultural invasion and for creating a negative psychological atmosphere in the country."
He added that the members of this organization do not adhere to a particular ideology: They are currently only looking to gain strength and income, and at some point they were looking to fight imperialism and the United States.
Akbar Ashrafi said in another part of the dialogue, "The Mujahideen Khalq’s organization acted as tools in the hands of Saddam Hussein in the assassination of the Iranian general, Sayyad Shirazi, indicating that "the MEK members are acting like flies that exploit everything just to achieve their goals, and there is no place in your body that the flies won't sit on, and we must also remove our weaknesses so that they cannot use these weaknesses to strike, we must be clear about weaknesses, so let us talk to people ourselves and make them a strong point for the help of other people. ”
Ashrafi emphasized that this organization behaves like an evil group and uses the weak points to strike in the same context, saying, "The Mujahideen Organization has its strengths and peaks, and in this context it cannot work."
The university professor said in the last part of his dialogue that "the group of hypocrites is the largest enemy of the Islamic Republic inside."