MEK’s Role in Exposing the Regime’s Illicit Nuclear Activities

The MEK’s large social network has infiltrated some of the regime’s most covert operations, methodically uncovering top-secret material that has sparked international action.

 

The ruling clerics in Tehran have been urgently attempting to join the Nuclear Club for almost three decades, yet retaining ambitions to establish a regional Islamic Caliphate. Nuclear weapons, in the eyes of the mullahs, are an insurance policy that guarantees them international impunity while consolidating their illegitimate rule of terror at home and in the Middle East.

However, the regime’s nuclear plans have been severely thwarted by the organized opposition throughout these difficult years. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the major constituent organization of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has gone above and beyond to expose and raise awareness about the regime’s illegal operations. The MEK’s large social network has infiltrated some of the regime’s most covert operations, methodically uncovering top-secret material that has sparked international action.

As a result of the resistance movement, disturbing developments that may have otherwise transformed into some of the most enduring and serious dangers to regional stability and global peace and security have been brought to light.

“Nuclear-armed mullahs would have been anchored at the Horn of Africa today if it hadn’t been for the Iranian Resistance’s efforts,” says NCRI Chairman Massoud Rajavi. Indeed, today’s regional security architecture and strategic calculus would be very different if it hadn’t been for the Resistance’s several pioneering findings.

 

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“Nuclear-armed mullahs would have been anchored at the Horn of Africa today if it hadn’t been for the Iranian Resistance’s efforts,” says NCRI Chairman Massoud Rajavi.

 

The Iranian Resistance clearly lacks the cutting-edge or ultramodern technologies owned by renowned Western intelligence agencies. However, as an indigenous opposition, it has a unique opportunity to compensate for this shortcoming by exploiting human intelligence sources on the ground. Of course, if and when the identity of these sources is revealed, the state’s retaliation will be fast and ruthless.

The opposition’s sources are thus not simply bribed or enticed to reveal such information through other means. These brave individuals are likely sympathetic to the NCRI’s larger goals of establishing a non-nuclear Iran that emphasizes democracy and prosperity for future generations over the disastrous policies of a theocracy that have ruined several generations of Iranians since 1979.

 

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These brave people are likely sympathetic to the NCRI’s larger goals of establishing a non-nuclear Iran that emphasizes democracy and prosperity for the future.

 

Despite the opposition’s notably impressive track record when it comes to disclosing intelligence about the Iranian regime’s nuclear activities, including the first such disclosure in June 1991, which was followed by the major disclosure about the Natanz enrichment facility and Arak heavy water site in August 2002, which prompted the involvement of the International Atomic Energy Organizations (IAEA), detractors have cast doubt on the NCRI’s underlying irrationality on numerous occasions.

Those doubts have been disproved at every stage, not least because the vast majority, if not all, of the information, has been validated by Western intelligence agencies and/or served as the foundation for actions taken by the IAEA. Tehran has produced some of the most attractive material, as it orchestrates a well-funded demonization campaign against the NCRI/MEK and their increasingly popular political goal.

 

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The mullahs have produced some of the most attractive material, as it orchestrates a well-funded demonization campaign against the NCRI/MEK and their increasingly popular political goal.

 

The mullahs accuse such organizations of being “traitors” who have imposed sanctions “on the Iranian people” by leaking “national secrets.” However, the ruling regime, which controls the free flow of information within the country, appears to have failed to persuade the general public of the benefits of its most strategic arguments, including the need for a nuclear program.

The Iranian people, as evidenced by multiple nationwide uprisings in recent years, openly and vehemently oppose the diversion of national resources toward theocratic projects such as the nuclear weapons program or meddling in regional politics rather than investing in the country’s faltering economy. In this way, the Iranian people see the Resistance’s revelations as a patriotic obligation that would speed the demise of the loathed theocracy, a long-standing national desire that has acquired significant traction in recent years.

 

 

 

 

 

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