MEK Iran: Iranian Regime’s Own Terrorist Locked Up for Another Year at Least
The Iranian regime has been lamenting the fact that its very own chosen terrorist-in-chief for Europe is locked up in a Belgian prison for at least another year. It was back on July 1st, 2018 that Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian diplomat based in Vienna, was arrested for aiding and abetting the attempted blowing up of the Free Iran Rally organized by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in 2018 in Paris.
“Assadi's incarceration entered its third year,” lamented #Iran’s state-run Keyhan newspaper on Wednesday, referring to the regime’s terrorist diplomat Assadollah Assadi, who was arrested in Germany on June 30, 2018.https://t.co/CVxohgUdfk
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) July 4, 2020
The Keyhan newspaper, a state-run mouthpiece, referred to the third successive year of imprisonment of Assadi. The former Iranian ambassador to Germany, Ali Majedi, said in 2019 that “Europeans work with us but do not trust us. Look what has happened between Iran and the European Union recently. These events have destroyed the trust of Europeans in Iran. With two or three wrongdoings, the trust that was being built has been destroyed. Those who believe that the national interests of the country can be secured by carrying out some operations arbitrarily should be explicitly told that their perception is wrong and that their actions will not increase Iran’s power, but the opposite.”
Majedi said that the claims that European administrations have made about the activities of Iranian terrorists in Iran are “hard to deny.”
Assadollah Assadi played the role of Iran’s chief intelligence officer while working in Vienna. One of his jobs was to supervise acts of espionage and terrorism against members and supporters of the #MEK #Iran. https://t.co/F6ay3Tm5Pg #Iranian #coronavirus #FreeIran2020 pic.twitter.com/A62Z87q1Yt
— MEK Iran (Mujahedin-e Khalq) (@MEK_Iran) July 5, 2020
Assadi himself was not the man who planted the bombs, but the strategist based at the Austrian capital’s Iranian Embassy who organized and approved the bombing attack. Assadi was involved throughout his time in Vienna as the regime’s chief protagonist against the members and supporters of the (PMOI / MEK Iran).
Assadi has been accused in a Belgian court of aiding and abetting an Iranian couple by supplying them with explosives that were to be used against the Iranian opposition in the Paris based Free Iran Rally.
The (PMOI / MEK Iran) has exposed Assadi’s role as criminal and terrorist acting on behalf of his Iranian regime masters.
Assadi is only one in a long line of state-sponsored terrorists. Mostafa Roudaki predated Assadi as the MOIS (Ministry of Intelligence and Security) station chief in the Iranian Vienna Embassy. Roudaki was later seconded to Albania to hatch a plot there to attack the MEK members at Ashraf-3, which remains the Iranian opposition’s main base.
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) July 6, 2020
Assadi certainly did not launch the bombing attack all by himself. The attack was approved by senior members of the Iranian regime, including the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, and the Supreme Leader himself, Ali Khamenei.
The (PMOI / MEK Iran) was also threatened in the same year by an attack that was detected and foiled before it could have any effect. Two MOIS agents were arrested by U.S. authorities for spying on the (PMOI / MEK Iran) in Albania.
The Iranian regime is now terrified at the growing strength of the Iranian opposition and will attempt anything to try and stop it in its tracks. The Albanian authorities expelled senior Iranian diplomats and MOIS agents, including the station chief, for plots against the MEK and their Ashraf-3 base
One of those who were expelled, Gholamhossein Mohammadnia, together with the Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, was involved in talks that ultimately led to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear deal between Iran and the U.S. and European powers.
According to three senior French ministers, the unsuccessful attack on the Free Ira rally was an “act of extreme gravity envisaged on French territory and could not remain unanswered.” In response to Assad’s actions and subsequent arrest, the French froze MOIS linked assets as well as those of Assadi himself.
Antwerp, Belgium residents, Amir Sadoni, and Nassim Nomeni, are also facing trial in Belgium for their involvement in the bombing attempt on the Free Iran Rally.
Belgium Extends Sentence for #Iran'ian Regime Terrorist Involved in Plot Against Opposition Conference
According to Belga news agency, the verdict was given by the first branch of Antwerp’s criminal court. The verdict underlines that Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian regime… pic.twitter.com/u79YaJdjM5
— NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) January 23, 2019
It is obvious from the Iranian regime’s actions that it acknowledges the significance of the NCRI and the MEK in the attempt to oust the regime and substitute it with genuine representative democracy.
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