Death of MEK military commander in Paris
On Sunday, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (MEK) announced the death of a military commander in its ranks, with the rank of colonel, from blood cancer at the age of 83, during his transfer to a hospital in the French capital, Paris.
The official website of the terrorist organization stated that “Colonel Pilot Behzad Moazi, a member of the so-called National Council of Iranian Resistance in Paris, died at the age of 83 as a result of leukemia,” noting that Behzad Moazi was transferred on December 23, 2020 to hospital in Paris due to his deteriorating health."
The organization added in a statement, "Moazi spent 42 years of his life in the MEK and was among the military leaders."
The leader of the organization, Maryam Rajavi, described in a statement her condolences, saying that he had "rendered superficial service to her husband, Massoud Rajavi," adding, "I have always owed him and have told him many times that I am forever grateful for his superior service."
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