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Masoud Banisadr (ex-MeK) talks about treating terrorist groups as cults

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Masoud Banisadr (ex-MeK) talks about treating terrorist groups as cults

When MeK was founded in 1965, it was not a cult; it was a guerrilla organization fighting against the Shah's regime and the United States. MeK was founded by three university graduates, and a few years later Masoud Rajavi became a member. After the execution of all of its original founders by the Shah's regime, Rajavi became its self-appointed leader, and gradually changed the group into what it is now. Maryam Rajavi was a mere member, only known as the wife of a high-ranking member of the group named Mehdi Abrishamchii. In 1984 (in a manner similar to David Koresh's actions) she was asked to leave her husband and marry Masoud Rajavi in order to become co-leader of the organization, and did so. See freedomofmind.com/Info/infoDet.php?id=495&title=MeK_-_People's_Mujahedin_of_Iran,_aka_Moj%C3%84%EF%BF%BDhedin-e_Khalq_/_Camp_Ashraf for more information. Masoud Banisadr's web site is http://www.banisadr.info/