In Albania, MKO practices causing horrific bodily injuries
Tehran (KNA) - A German weekly has revealed that members of the anti-Iran terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) engage in intense practice, learning how to inflict horrific bodily injuries, at a camp in Albania, where they have been relocated to.
Interviewing 15 former MKO elements, Der Spiegel reported on Friday that the MKO members practice “cutting throats with knives, breaking hands, tearing eyes, tearing the corners of mouths” three times a week.
It said 2,000 members of the terror group are living in the camp, which is situated 35 kilometers from the Albanian capital, Tirana, and is 50 times the size of a soccer field.
The MKO elements do not have access to cell phones, clocks, or calendars, the report said, adding that some of them are active in construction work while some others sit behind computers to post fake news about Iran on Twitter and Facebook or enlist new members via Telegram.
The MKO is listed as a terrorist organization by much of the international community. Its members fled Iran in 1986 for Iraq, where they received support from then dictator Saddam Hussein.