Sources to Ashraf News reveal fake names used by MKO in media to promote itself
Media sources linked to the People's Mujahideen Organization of Iran (PMOI) revealed on Tuesday the number of fake Arab names, specifically Iraqi, which the organization uses to promote itself as articles from its supporters in the Arab world.
Abdul-Mahdi: MKO has an interest in attacking the PMUs
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Wednesday that the People's Mujahideen Organization of Iran has an interest in attacking the Popular Mobilization Units (PMUs), pointing out that "Iraq has no evidence that Israel is behind the targeting of the PMUs."
His translator to Ashraf News: Massoud Rajavi died in Saudi Arabia and the People's Mujahideen on the verge of collapse
Ali Hussein Nejad, former senior translator in the Foreign Relations Department of the People's Mujahedeen Organization and its leadership in Iraq, said that the organization is on the verge of collapse because of the cases of dissidence in this group, pointing out that the organization of the People's Mujahedeen fears of revealing its human rights record and the extent of violations.
Informed source to Ashraf News: the PMOI has liquidated one of its members in Albania
A source, informed about the affairs and conditions of the People's Mujahedeen Organization in Albania, revealed, on Sunday, the facts of the organization's liquidation of one of its members named "Malik Sharai" after the latter intended to leave the organization last year.
Dissident from MKO: 800 people left MEK after being deported from Iraq
A former dissident member of the People's Mujahedeen of Iran, activist Hamira Mohammad Nejad, residing in Germany, said that 800 people left the organization after being deported from Iraq in 2016, pointing out that "Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the organization is still concerned about the fate of the members of the organization because of their efforts to leave this dark tunnel."
MEK fails to organize demonstration against Iranian official in Berlin
"The Iranian People's Mujahedeen Organization (MKO) also (MEK or PMOI), which Tehran considers a "terrorist group", has failed to rally a number of its supporters to stage protests against the mayor of Tehran, Pervez Hanaji, visiting Berlin from Austria," German news websites said on Friday.