Inside this issue:
– CRITICS OF RAJAVI CULT; A DEFECTOR AFTER 35 YEARS, A CHILD SOLDIER AND A MOTHER
Mazda Parsi for Nejat Society writes about the MEK’s constant and futile habit of labelling
all its critics as ‘agents of the Intelligence Ministry of Iran’.
– DOUBLE STANDARDS ON MEK TERRORISM
Geopolitica published an interview Jack Turner made with Dr Haniyeh Tarkian, an Italian Islam
Collaboration with Azadi TV, money laundering and financing Maryam Rajavi’s banquets
Parviz Heydarian, former MEK member, returns home
– FAMILIES, NEMESIS OF RAJAVI
tefeh Nadilian, human rights lawyer, writing for Nejat Society reveals that the MEK’s sensitivi ty toward families has become worse in recent times.
– MEK CHILD SOLDIERS HIGHLIGHTED IN BRITISH GOV. DOCUMENTS
Nejat Society reveals that the MEK’s policy of recruiting child soldiers has been known about
in western political circles for some time. In a report on Iran published by the UK Home Office
Border and Immigration Agency, it is stated: “According to the Child Soldiers Global Report
2004 ‘The MeK reportedly recruited…
– DECEPTIVE RECRUITMENT IN ALBANIA
Anne Khodabandeh in IranInterlink exposes the MEK’s deceptive recruitment of vulnerable Iranian asylum seekers arriving in Albania. The MEK has imposed its personnel on the police by offering to identify the …
– KIDNAPPED POW IN ALBANIA – HIS WIFE ASKS FOR ACCESS
Nejat Society published the story of Mahvash Jahanbanian whose husband Ali Ebrahimi was taken as a PoW during the Iran-Iraq while serving as an officer in the Iranian army. In spite of …
– MANEZ MUJAHEDIN REPEAT CLANDESTINE TRAFFICKING IN GREECE
Gjergji Thanasi wrote about the trafficking activities of MEK being revealed in Greece which
are a repeat of the drug and human trafficking which led to the arrest of two high ranking
members in Albania.
– FROM NEJAT TO ASILA ON BEHALF OF FAMILES
Letter was sent from Nejat Society CEO Ebrahim Khodabandeh to the ASILA President Mr. Dashamir
Mersuli, outlining the problem that families have in gaining visas to visit Albania and seek out contact with their loved ones incarcerated in camp Ashraf 3 in Manez as modern slaves.