Inside this issue:
– MEK smuggle dissident members across Europe to stop de-radicalization
The recent order to inspect the properties of former members of the Mujahedin Khalq (current members of
ASILA) by the Albanian Police was issued by the country’s attorney general, Etleva Deda.
Although the Police did not discover anything illegal in the properties of MEK defectors, the order contained a very crucial point..
– Mostafa Beheshti declared defection from MEK
Mostafa (Milad) Beheshti announced his separation from the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). Mostafa Beheshti born in 1983 was recruited by the MEK agents in Turkey ..
– Letter to Albanian President
Dr. Olsi Jazexhi and Gjergji Thanasi wrote a letter to His Excellency IIir Meta the President of the republic of Albania concerning the Cyber Attacks against Albania and Iran.
– MEK postpones two-day summit
MKO terrorist group postpones two-day summit until further notice upon Tirana recommendations; Dr. Olsi Jazexhi explains:
– What Should MeK’s Supporters Know about Operation Forough-e Javidan?
Operation Forough-e Javidan (meaning Eternal Light) is an event that left deep and long -term effects in the developments related to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MeK), not only because it took place after acceptance of the UN security council’s ceasefire resolution by Iran, but due to the very nature of this event.
– Narges Beheshti pens letter to the Albania’s Minister of Internal Affairs
Ms. Narges Beheshti, the sister of Mostafa Beheshti, whose residence was searched by the police on Thursday and then he was taken to the police department to answer some questions,..
– Maryam Rajavi has sent 300 Iranian foreign fighters to Europe
Gjergji Thanasi and Olsi Jazexhi discuss the latest attacks that Maryam Rajavi, People’s Mojahedin
Organization of Iran are doing against their defectors in Albania. While DAESH / Jahbat al Nusra
in Syria used to kill their defectors, the Mojaheden are using Albanian security officials to attack the defectors.
– Son of MEK hostage seeks help
Farhad was two years old when his father went to Iran-Iraq war. This was the beginning of a prolonged separation. He was sixteen when he heard his father’s voice on the phone, for the first time. He called from Germany, his voice sounded terrified and he thought that Farhad was living in a devastated Iran in which there were no schools..
– ASILA celebrating the marriage of Gholamreza Shekari
GholamReza Shekari, former member of the Mujahedin-e Khalq got married a few years after his defection from the group. The wedding celebration was held in the yard of the building of the Association for the support of the Iranians living in Albania (ASILA).