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  • The cult of RajaviPhoto of MEK Terrorist Cult Members In Albania Who Mustn’t Think About Sex

    MEK Terrorist Cult Members In Albania Who Mustn’t Think About Sex

    For six years, Albania has been home to one of Iran’s main opposition groups, the Mujahideen-e-Khalq, or MEK. But hundreds of members have walked out – some complaining about the organisation’s rigid rules enforcing celibacy, and control over contact with family. Now, dozens languish in…

  • AlbaniaPhoto of Who are Albania’s Iranian guests?

    Who are Albania’s Iranian guests?

    In July, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani visited an Albanian village just outside Tirana. At a tightly-guarded encampment, he addressed the Iranian group who live there – the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), or People’s Mujahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI). MEK has been a leading opposition…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceMaryam Rajavi’s lobbyist convicted for child sexual abuse

    Maryam Rajavi’s lobbyist convicted for child sexual abuse

    All the victims “struggled and are still struggling” with what Hastert did to them, prosecutors argue. Hastert made them feel “alone, ashamed, guilty and devoid of dignity”, they say. Hastert, who retired in 2007 after serving as House Speaker for eight years, will be sentenced…

  • Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationWho are the Iranian dissident group MEK?

    Who are the Iranian dissident group MEK?

    During the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s, the MEK carried out several armed attacks on Iran in coordination with Saddam’s army, losing much of its domestic support in the process. The MEK’s relations with the West have been complex. The United States and European Union…

  • Camp LibertyIran dissidents ‘killed in Iraq missile attack’

    Iran dissidents ‘killed in Iraq missile attack’

    The Iraqi authorities have made no public comments on the report. However, one security official was quoted by the Associated Press as saying four rockets hit the camp, injuring two people. In September, the MEK/MKO/PMOI accused Iraqi forces of attacking Camp Ashraf north-east of Baghdad…

  • MKO former membersBBC interviews Arash Sametipour;MKO ex-member

    BBC interviews Arash Sametipour;MKO ex-member

    To me, at that time, the term “terrorism” had a different meaning from what you use now. I was in Ashraf for a longtime; I was limited in a 500-square meter area which was allocated to our unit. We were not allowed to leave the…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceMEK to lobby the US Congress directly

    MEK to lobby the US Congress directly

    Those backing the MEK /MKO/PMOI have staged a very expensive campaign to call for the group to be removed - a move that would enable the MEK itself officially to lobby Congress the BBC's Bahman Kalbasi has previously reported.But detractors say the government should not…

  • Mujahedin Khalq OrganizationAn Iranian mystery: Just who are the MEK?

    An Iranian mystery: Just who are the MEK?

    Ex-MEK member Eduard Termado is now living in Germany... He joined the MEK hoping to help Iranian democracy and did not like what he saw. He says that after three years he asked to leave, but was told he couldn't. He stayed for 12 years.…

  • Camp AshrafCamp Ashraf exiles to begin leaving Iraq camp

    Camp Ashraf exiles to begin leaving Iraq camp

    It ends a tense standoff with the Iraqi government, which has repeatedly vowed to close the 25-year-old camp.Earlier this week, Iraq and the UN agreed to resettle the camp's more than 3,000 residents.Those living in the camp, about 40 miles (65 km) north of Baghdad,…

  • Camp AshrafUNHCR: Camp Ashraf residents have to renounce violence before applying for refugee status

    UNHCR: Camp Ashraf residents have to renounce violence before applying for refugee status

    A spokesman for the UN High Commission on Refugees, Andrej Mahecic, said residents of Camp Ashraf could apply individually for refugee status, which would help them find a permanent home.But before that could happen, they would have to renounce violence as a means of achieving…

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