It was in Tirana that the story of Iranian Romeo & Juliet, the couple in love, was repeated, like a production from Shakespeare’s “master” pen. This time, Romeo and Juliet are not from Verona but from Iran. Fortunately, the story of the loving Iranian couple in Tirana has a “happy ending” and not a tragic end like Shakespeare’s characters!
Sanaz Bazazian and Bijan Khademi are the Iranian Romeo and Juliet in Tirana. The couple were previously members of the defunct terrorist organization Mujahedin Khalq, MEK, locked up in Camp Ashraf 3 in Manez, Durres, Albania. They fell in love with each other thus violating one of the basic rules of the Rajavi cult (MEK): Love is “HARAM”! Love is forbidden because it prevents cult members from overthrowing the government of Iran! Those in the cult, however, have had forty short years, in which they have not yet overthrown the government in Tehran, even though they have declared “non grata” such a human feeling as love. Thankfully this time love triumphed over the wickedness of Maryam Rajavi, head of the Iranian cult of Manez. Sanaz and her brother Mehrdad were not intimidated by the threats of the cult commanders, nor were they seduced by the sums of up to 14,000 euros or the promises to be trafficked from Tirana to Europe, to Germany.
We remind the reader that commanders of this cult were recently handcuffed by the Albanian police for human trafficking – we hope that the ‘007’ employees of the German Embassy in Tirana will take account of this trafficking of human beings destined for Germany.
Sanaz and her Romeo Bijan Khademi are finally living happily in Tirana. The couple even got married according to Islamic ceremony, a marriage performed by an Albanian imam. In December, the Albanian police (immigration directorate), despite the pressures and intrigues of the Rajavi cult, will start to provide ID cards to Iranians who live in Albania, but who have left the ranks of the Rajavi cult.
The ASILA Association, which protects the interests and rights of these Iranians, has undertaken to help provide our “Romeo and Juliet” with Albanian identity cards. Once provided with an identity card, the couple can complete the civil marriage formalities at the civil registration office in Tirana. Such action will provide the Iranian couple with all the necessary legal cover to protect themselves from any intrigue of the wicked woman Maryam Rajavi.
I am closing this post with my wish: Let Tirana inherit this Romeo and Juliet of Iran!
Gjergji Thanasi, Gazeta Impakt – Translated by Iran Interlink