MEK Iran: Iranian Regime Used Diplomat and Embassy to Coordinate Attack Against Opposition

It tried to hit the Iranian Resistance, (NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran) hard by going after leader Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. The decision to bomb the Free Iran gathering was approved by the Supreme National Security Council and the meeting was presided over by President Hassan Rouhani. And of course, approval would have had to be granted by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

This time last week, the first court session was being held in the trial of Assadollah Assadi and three of his accomplices. Information and details revealed during the session only confirmed that the Iranian regime’s terrorist diplomat was planning to have a bomb detonated at the Free Iran gathering held by the  People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) just outside Paris in June 2018.

The session also served to highlight the terrorist nature of the Iranian regime. It became very clear that Assadi is not an alone terrorist, rather the actions behind the plot tell the story of state-sponsored terrorism.

The 2018 protests in Iran were significant and widespread enough for the Iranian regime to be concerned about its survival. The regime was able to see the strength and determination of the people. The regime realized it needed to act quickly before it was toppled, so it decided to go after the opposition.

It tried to hit the Iranian Resistance, (NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran) hard by going after leader Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. The decision to bomb the Free Iran gathering was approved by the Supreme National Security Council and the meeting was presided over by President Hassan Rouhani. And of course, approval would have had to be granted by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Regarding the details, it was the regime’s foreign minister – Mohammad Javad Zarif – that was in charge of facilitating the plot. The regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) was in charge of greater detail regarding the implementation of the plot.

Even on arrest, Assadi refused to cooperate with the authorities. The regime tried to stop the trial from going ahead, but it became clear that this was not going to happen. Assadi even threatened Belgian agents, warning them that armed groups across the Middle East were watching closely to see what side Belgium was going to take.

The amount of evidence in the case is overwhelming and it was certain from the beginning that Assadi would not be able to do anything to get out of it. Multiple documents and notes were found in his car during his arrest. For example, there were notes explaining that “the garage entrance door should hold the key for a few seconds with continuous pressure” in reference to the remote control for the bomb. There were also notes saying that “throwing is not a problem” and other incriminating instructions and advice.

In another notebook, Assadi referred to the bomb as a PlayStation 4 and called the bomb battery charger a TV charger. He warned his co-conspirators to never turn the “new phone” on at home “at all”.

This is not the first time an Iranian regime diplomat has been involved in a terrorist plot, but it is the first time one is facing trial. This is positive news for the Iranian Resistance that hopes to see the regime finally being held to account for decades of belligerence and terrorist activities. There are also hopes that European countries will finally stop appeasing the Iranian regime.

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