Inside This Issue:
– Open Letter to the Negotiators for Albania’s Accession to the EU
The letter lists MEK activities in Albania which “displays a pattern not of simple disregard for the laws and norms of the host community, but a deliberate exploitation of weaknesses in every aspect of the Albanian state from local to national level”. Khodabandeh points out that the MEK will not be allowed to re-enter Europe through the back door of accession now that they have been exiled to Albania.
– The MEK Has No Future In Iran
The Mojahedin-e Khalq is the name of a terrorist organization, this sect has committed many crimes in its dark life, such as the assassination of thousands of Iranians, Kurds and Americans. We talk about this regard with Professor Tim Anderson, the professor of the University of Sydney, a writer, researcher and antiimperialist activist.
– Forouq-e Javidan or Mersad
Last week was the anniversary of the 1988 Forouq-e Javidan or Mersad operation in which MEK tried to invade Iran and march on Tehran.
Around half the group’s forces were killed and many injured when the Iranian military drew them into an ambush and attacked them.
– MEK and the largest online summit ever? How come?
The annual gathering of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI? Cult of Rajavi) went virtual this year on Friday, July 17, 2020. In the past, the group used to mobilize hun
dreds of people including students, Arab and African refugees from all over Europe for a free one-day Paris tour in order to wave Iranian flags in the group’s rented colossal hall every year around this time.
This year, the gathering was semi-virtual and located in the group’s newly established base in Albania.
– A Report on the Nejat Society Nationwide Gathering
Nejat Society, in solidarity with the families of the captive members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) in Albania, held a nationwide online gathering with the participation of a number of provincial representatives and the presence of some families on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
– A STEP FURTHER THAN SADDAM HUSSEIN!
Massoud Rajavi went to Iraq in June 1986 after meeting with then Iraqi Foreign Minister and Vice President Tariq Aziz, and moved his forces there, forming the National Liberation Army as a ‘private army’ in Saddam Hussein’s military and security system.
At that time Iraq became the main stronghold of the MEK, and Saddam Hussein became the only state supporter of Massoud Rajavi and his armed forces. A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!
– FAMILIES APPEAL ALBANIAN AUTHORITIES TO ALLOW ACCESS LOVED ONES IN MEK
Many pieces have been written by the families and about the families of MEK members. The campaign to make contact with their loved ones is ongoing. The MEK response is low class swearing, labelling the families agents of the Iranian regime and crying that these families intend to come to the camp and kill their loved ones.