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This is why the MEK terrorists are frightened of an exhibition
BY: Seyed Reza Qazvini Qorabi

This is why the MEK terrorists are frightened of an exhibition

The political act of the Swedish judiciary, which is in fact an unjust treatment towards survivors and victims of terrorism, caused these families to obtain necessary legal permits and hold an exhibition on documents of MEK terrorist group’s crimes in Stockholm.

NOURNEWS - An exhibition on documents of the MEK terrorist group’s crimes was held in Stockholm, Sweden, on Thursday, June 10, by the families of terror victims in Iran. The exhibition, which contains documents and images of the MEK crimes against Iranian people, was held as a response to the trial of Mr. Hamid Nouri, an Iranian citizen, in a court in Stockholm where members of the infamous MEK terrorist cult were summoned to court by the Swedish judicial system as plaintiffs and witnesses and were given the floor for more than 90 sessions. The political act of the Swedish judiciary, which is in fact an unjust treatment towards survivors and victims of terrorism, caused these families to obtain necessary legal permits and hold an exhibition on documents of MEK terrorist group’s crimes in Stockholm. The issue met with a hysterical reaction on the MEK’s part, in a way that the group called for the cancellation of the exhibition hours before it was supposed to be on view. However, since the permit could not be revoked, the MEK tried to disrupt it through their members. Attacking the organizers of the exhibition with cold weapon and assaulting the reporter and cameraman of Press TV and chanting slogans against them which led to the arrest of a few MEK members, tearing down a number of banners, constant television coverage of members trying to disrupt the exhibition are all part of the MEK’s drastic actions, which indicate that holding this exhibition has been very unpredictable and unbearable for them. However, the question remains as to why this simple exhibition, which was held in a very small space with legal permit, provoked such wrath and panic among the MEK members? Although the MEK was on the US, UK, Canada, and EU terror list for many years, they have been freely operating in Europe and the United States for decades without any restrictions. Having paid exorbitant fees according to international reports. Despite numerous international documents of MEK crimes against Iranian people, the group is trying to deceive the public opinion and portray an innocent picture of itself. The latest example of this deceptive acts can be seen in the case of the trial of Mr. Hamid Nouri, an Iranian citizen, in which the Swedish judiciary, summoned members of this terrorist group very questionably as plaintiffs and witnesses to court and utterly ignored victims of their terror attacks in Iran. Under such conditions, setting up an exhibition in Europe, which has been the backyard of this terrorist group for many years, was quite shocking for them. The MEK did not expect their deceptive narrative, acknowledged by dozens of defectors, to be challenged all of a sudden by the survivors of their assassinations. Therefore, they called on the members to stop the exhibition through violent means, and eventually, the exhibition, which was granted legal permit to be held for two days, could not be on view on the second day due to Swedish Government and Police’s deliberate sabotage. It goes without saying that not only the very act holding an exhibition but also the content of banners and posters made the MEK frantic with worry about their true nature being revealed. Part of the posters which were being published for the first time includes images of the MEK’s militia in the 1960s and statistics concerning their terror attacks from 1981 to 2003 against Iranian citizens, which included more than 2,000 operations. Images of victims of MEK bombing attacks in Tehran along with the image of one of the 40 buses set on fire with passengers inside by the MEK between 1981 and 1988, weapons and radio broadcasting equipment discovered in their safe houses in the 1960s constitute some of the posters of the exhibition. Photos of MEK female members marching with weapons in the camp which the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein provided them with, Document of a Colombian court ruling in the United States issued in 2010 on female MEK suicide bombers in Iraq, photo of a few MEK members’ and senior leaders’ arrest by the French Counter-Terrorism Police in 2003, a picture of Maryam Rajavi, the military commander of the MEK in 1986, in a military uniform on a tank, pictures and descriptions of 10 suicide bombers of the group published in their official magazine, , Images of Iraqi dictator Saddam's welcoming the group's leader in Baghdad as well as images of corpses of citizens burned alive by the MEK at West Islamabad Hospital in 1988 were among the posters which caused MEK’s considerable worry as their true nature would be revealed to the Swedish public opinion. Presenting statistics on doctors and paramedics, workers, teachers, as well as children killed by MEK in Iran, have been part of the documents displayed in this exhibition demonstrating their nefarious histroy especially in the 60s. Murdering 387 children below the age of 18 is one disgusting, inhumane act for which the whole world must hold the MEK accountable for and bring them to justice. Thousands of documents of these terrorist and criminal acts- a significant portion of which were published in the official magazine of this group in the 60s- are available. But what is on view at this exhibition are only a minor part of thousands of MEK terror attacks carried out in Iran. Historical events leave indelible impressions on people’s minds. The terrorist attacks and operations of the MEK will remain in the memory of Iranian people. The MEK, which proudly claimed responsibility for all these terrorist attacks and announced them in their media outlets at the time to gain Saddam’s support, would not even think that one day, those documents would challenge their existence and expose them. Hence, holding this exhibition has raised fear in this cult. Attacking the organizers, tearing down posters and documents and trying to cancel such exhibitions all indicate how desperate the group is. Now is the time for them to be held accountable for their crimes. Deception will be of no use to them. historical documents attest to this fact.
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