Majid Sharif-Vaghefi who was a leading member of the Mujahedin

He came from a “highly devout middle-class family” and was raised in Isfahan and capital. He studied electrical engineering at Aryamehr University of Technology, and became a member of the MEK while he was studying on a scholarship in Abadan’s technical college.By the spring of 1975, when the majority of the MEK turned to Marxism, he was given an ultimatum by the other two members of the central committee who became Marxists, Taghi Shahram and Bahram Aram, to accept the new ideology.