Iran-Interlink.org

Iran-Interlink (whois) was established on January 17, 2002, by {ln:Anne Singleton}, a British citizen, and her Iranian-born husband, {ln:Massoud Khodabandeh}, who claims to be a former member of the PMOI.

Singleton is “an agent of the mullahs’ Intelligence Ministry."1  Massoud reportedly agreed to work with the MOIS after the MOIS froze his mother’s substantial finances in Tehran and threatened to confiscate her property.

Massoud’s brother, {ln:Ebriham Khodabandel}, stated in a 2002 court affidavit that his brother Massoud “is an agent of the Ministry of Intelligence who operates in Britain."2

Win Griffiths, a former Member of Parliament, said in 2007, “There is no doubt in my mind that both Massoud Khodabandeh and Anne Singleton are running a systematic campaign of falsifying information about the PMOI."3

Lord Corbett, Chairman of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom, said in a letter to colleagues that Massoud and Singleton "are agents of the [Iranian] regime."4

Content

Iran-Interlink claims to present the "real nature" of the PMOI, but in reality offers only malicious attacks against the organization.  There is minimal transparency and no effort to provide balance.  Articles are filled with false claims and pejorative language.  Absent in the articles  are comments by the PMOI in response to the alleged infractions.  Typical of the site's vitriol are:

    • "Beware of Mojahedin Khalq." (3/18/2013)
    • "Sham Report Exposes Mojahedin Khaq (MEK, MKO)'s Isolation in Washington." (3/26/2013)
    • "The MEK Not Able to Whitewash its Bloody History." (3/17/2013)

Many of the articles posted on Iran-Interlink originate from other MOIS attack websites, including:

    • IranDidban.com
    • NegatNgo.com
    • Habilian.com
    • MohahedinMonitor.com
    • Iranian.com

Iran-Interlink articles are also widely posted on other MOIS attacks websites, such as the examples below:

IranDidban.com

    • "Mass Grave in Camp Ashraf Contains Executed Mojahedin Khalq Leaders and Cadre."  (No date)
    • "Ban Ki-Moon and Nouri al-Maliki Join Efforts to Expell Mojahedin Khalq from Iraq." (No date)
    • "Office of President Barazani: We Will Never Support the Survival of the Mojahedin-e Khalq in Iraq." (No date)
    • "One Rajavi Cult Victim Set Himself Alight in Camp Liberty." (No date)

Habilian.com

    • "Barazani Never Supports MEK Survival in Iraq." (11/29/2013)
    • "Iraq: MKO Presence Won't be Extended by Even One Moment." (5/2/2013)
    • "Iraqi Parliment's Full Support for Government to Expell MKO." (10/16/2011)

Pars-Iran.com

    • "Whoops!  What a Big Gaffe in the US Report!  Did Pentagon Lobby for Mojahedin Khalq?" (2/21/2013)
    • "Sham Report Exposes Mojahedin Khaq (MEK, MKO)'s Isolation in Washington." (1/25/2013)
    • "Mass Grave in Camp Ashraf Contains Executed Mojahedin Khalq Leaders and Cadres." (1/11/2013)

NejatNgo.org

    • "Iran-Interlink Welcomes Transfer of Camp Ashraf Residents to Baghdad." (2/12/2009)
    • "Iran-Interlink Welcomes UK De-Proscription of Mujahedin." (6/24/2008)
    • "Iran-Interlink Special Report from Baghdad - Camp Ashraf and the Mojahedin-e Khalq." (2/26/2008)
    • "Iran-Interlink Demands Indictment of MEK's Rajavi." (11/13/2005)

Mojahedin.ws

    • "What a Big Gaffe in the US Report!  Did Pentagon Lobby for the Mojahedin Khalq?" (2/23/2013)
    • "The Rajavies Use Cult Techniques to Prevent Members from Using Their Crutial Facilities." (1/6/2013)
    • "Open Letter to Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, from Iran Interlink." (6/1/2008)

1) “About MOIS Publication ‘Saddam’s Private Army.’”  Abbas Davari.  July 2005.

2) “Spying for the Mullahs: Iran’s Agents in UK.”  British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom.  October 2007.

3)“Spying for the Mullahs: Iran’s Agents in UK.”  British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom.  October 2007.

4) Dear Colleague Letter.  Court Orders Deproscription of Iran's Main Opposition, the PMOI."  December 18, 2007.

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