Ghorban Ali Hussein Nejad

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Following the transfer form Ashraf to Liberty, Ghorban Ali Hussein Nejad surrendered himself to the Iraqi forces in the camp in April 2012. This individual was then transferred to Baghdad’s Hotel Mohajer where he was immediately recruited by Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (VEVAK/MOIS). In a very short period this VEVAK/MOIS agent became one of this ministry’s main elements. He began his cooperation with Iraqi intelligence and repressive forces stationed in Liberty. The following is an image of his cooperation with Iraqi army intelligence forces and the crackdown committee:


Ghorban Ali Hussein Nejad seen providing intelligence to Iraqi army intelligence officer Heidar Azzab Mashi, a known murder of PMOI/MEK members



Secret meeting and cooperation with known PMOI/MEK murderer Sadeq Mohamed Kadhem in Camp Liberty



Spying and cooperating with masked VEVAK/MOIS & Quds Force agents in Ashraf


The VEVAK/MOIS introduced this individual as a “Massoud Rajavi’s senior translator”. From then on he appeared in a number of ridiculous shows staged by the VEVAK/MOIS where he used the utmost vulgar language against the PMOI/MEK. He even went to the cemetery of Ashraf residents and took part in destroying the graves.





Destroying graves in Camp Ashraf cemetery
From State-run Iranian regime TV & IRGC-linked Fars news agency


The tombstone of Mrs. Fateme Azdanlou (the mother of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi) in Ashraf


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