Asharq Al-Aswat then referenced an alleged attack by the Israeli Air Force on Hashd Al-Shaabi's Ashraf base, which was previously used by the dissident People's Mujahedin
of Iran (MEK)
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said in a statement: "Instead of putting the names of such criminal and terrorist groups as the Mujahedin
Khalq Organization (MKO) and Al-Ahvaziya on its list of sanctions, the European Union (EU) has given them a free hand to commit inhumane terrorist acts and is even supporting them." Qassemi described the EU sanctions as "illogical and surprising".
Rajavi, a prominent leader of the People's Mujahedin
of Iran political resistance movement, explained in her statements the reasons that led to the outbreak of protests against the regime.
How disappointing it is then to see this press release from the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, an Iranian opposition group also known as the Mujahedin
al-Khalq (MEK or MKO):
Police have said that most of the suspected militants were members of Jama'atul Mujahedin
Bangladesh, a banned Islamist group.
Instead of pointing fingers at the government of national unity, jihadist leaders should have introspected this April 27, the 24th Mujahedin
The Caucasus Emirate Mujahedin
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"They said that many of their mujahedin
[fighters] were unmarried and wanted a wife.
Meanwhile, spokesperson to militants' organization Ansarul Mujahidin, Abu Baseer claimed responsibility for the attack on security forces saying that it was as a reaction of the drone attacks in the tribal areas on Mujahedin
The Paris-based militant group the People's Mujahedin
of Iran (MEK), alleges the site has existed since 2006 with the first series of subterranean tunnels and four external depots recently completed.
All five of those killed were member of the Mujahedin
e-Khalq e-Iran (MEK) , a leftist opposition movement based in Iraq since it was outlawed in its home country.
The Soviet Union sent troops into Afghanistan on December 27, 1979, to prevent further gains by the Islamic militias, known as the mujahedin