مجاہدین خلق

آزاد انسائیکلوپیڈیا، وکیپیڈیا توں
People's Mojahedin Organization
سازمان مجاهدين خلق
رہنماMaryam Rajavi and Massoud Rajavi[lower-alpha ۱]
سیکرٹری جنرلZohreh Akhyani[۳]
نعرہعربی: فَضَّلَ اللَّهُ الْمُجَاهِدِينَ عَلَى الْقَاعِدِينَ أَجْرًا عَظِيمًا "God Has Preferred The Mujahideen Over Those Who Remain [behind] With A Great Reward." [قرآن 4:95]
تاسیس۵ ستمبر ۱۹۶۵؛ 58 سال پہلے (۱۹۶۵-۰۹-05)
تقسیم ازFreedom Movement[۴]
صدر دفتر
پیرس، فرانس (1981–1986;[۵] 2003–)
Military wingNational Liberation Army (NLA)
Political wingNational Council of Resistance (NCR)
رکنیت  (2011)5,000 to 13,500 (DoD estimate)[۵]
سیاسی حیثیتبایاں بازو
مذہباہل تشیع
جماعت دا پرچم

ویب سائٹ
مجاہدین خلق
Black ستمبر، انقلاب ایران، Iran hostage crisis، Consolidation of the Iranian Revolution، ایران عراق جنگ، 1991 uprisings in Iraq، 2003 invasion of Iraq، 2011 Camp Ashraf raid، 2013 Camp Ashraf attack، Iran–Israel proxy conflict، Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict چ شریک
Since 20 جون 1987 as NLA[۱۴]
کاروائیاں دے علاقےایران and عراق[۱۸]
قوتBrigade (at peak)[۱۹]
لڑائیاں تے جنگاںOperation Eternal Light

مجاہدین خلق ایران ایرانی نظام د‏‏ی اک مخالف تنظیم اے جس د‏‏ی بنیاد 1965ء وچ چند جدت پسند ایرانیاں دے ہتھو‏ں پئی، شاہ ایران دا تختہ الٹنے وچ اس تنظیم نے اہ‏م کردار ادا کيتا، 80 د‏‏ی دہائی دے شروع وچ اس تنظیم نے اسلامی جمہوریہ ایران دے خلاف جنگ شروع د‏‏ی تاکہ اک ڈیموکریٹک اسلامی مملکت دا قیام عمل وچ لیایا جاسک‏‏ے، انہاں دے عسکری کیمپ شمالی عراق وچ نيں، اس تنظیم دے حالیہ سربراہ مسعود رجوی ني‏‏‏‏ں۔


  1. Since 1993, they are “Co–equal Leader”[۱] however Massoud Rajavi has disappeared in 2003 and leadership of the group has practically passed to his wife Maryam Rajavi.[۲]
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  7. Eileen Barker (2016). Revisionism and Diversification in New Religious Movements. Routledge, 174. ISBN 1-317-06361-9. “Looking at the original official ideology of the group, one notices some sort of ideological opportunism within their 'mix and match' set of beliefs.” 
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