Ex MEK Member warns Albanian Government

A note to the representatives of the Government of Albania

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Government of Albania

I am Mansour Nazari. I have spent over twenty years in the Mojahedin Khalq Organization but I have now left the organization. I have a great deal of experience in this organization. Why am I saying this? Because what the MEK leaders are telling you is different from anything in the real world.
A few days ago, Mr. Ilir Meta, President of Albania, went to the MEK base and met with Maryam Rajavi, leader of the MEK. But she just told him lies. Why she is afraid to tell the truth?
The MEK has never been a popular group or had much support among Iranians. If they did, they would not try to hide their history in Iran and Iraq. The MEK is a cult and a destructive one at that, and it is run like a mafia gang. The fugitive leader of the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (Rajavi Cult) Massoud Rajavi has been in hiding for the last 15 years. We ex-members can tell you why he is hiding. But you can ask Maryam Rajavi directly yourselves. Ask her about the prisons in Camp Ashraf in Iraq. Ask her how many prisoners they kept at any one time. Ask how many were tortured, how many died. Ask how many Iranian civilians and passers-by have been killed due to their blind and indiscriminate terrorist bombings and terrorism. The questions can go on and on.
President Ilir Meta has been to visit and lobby for Maryam Rajavi in the MEK terror HQ near Tirana. At the same time, no mother, father or family members are allowed to visit their loved ones there or even have a telephone conversation with them. Is this not a tragedy? What are the MEK leaders afraid of? Why would they be afraid of the families of their members? What are they hiding? Ask yourselves. Millions of Iranians live abroad but only a few tens of them would want anything to do with them. Is this not a dangerous sign to take notice of?
I urge you. Next time they invite you. Next time you have any opportunity. Ask Maryam Rajavi what are the “weekly ablutions” [compulsory confession sessions] she has invented to suppress the victims in the camp? Why don’t the victims and hostages in the camp have the right to contact their family? Is Camp Ashraf a prison? And if not, why there is no access to it?
And as an Iranian (or for that matter of any nationality) I can tell you this: remember that the MEK has betrayed and is betraying their own country and their own people, their own members, their own masters and benefactors over and over again. Be careful, they can betray you as well.
Yours Sincerely,
Mansour Nazari
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