Open letter of the CEO of Nejat Society to the Prime Minister of Albania

regarding recent changes and tensions in this country

His Excellency Mr. Edi Rama
Honorable Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania
Greetings and respect

I, Ebrahim Khodabandeh, the CEO of Nejat Society in Iran, on behalf of the families of the members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) based in the isolated and remote camp of this organization in Albania, would like to present to you some information that I believe can be useful to be considered from the point of view of the national interests of Albania.

I know that you are relatively familiar with the activities of the families who are members of the Nejat Society in Iran, as well as myself as the CEO and representative of these families. Nejat Society is a non-governmental human rights organization and our goal is to dismantle cultic relations within the MEK and to end the gross and repeated violation of the most basic human rights of the members.

Although our goal is to fulfill a completely human rights request, but in the current situation, we cannot be indifferent to the changes and political tensions in Albania, which have caused the families to worry. The process of affairs in Albania does not seem very favorable from the point of view of political and national security.

The story of tensions started when the presence of a destructive mind-control cult called the MEK was imposed on Albania, and these tensions intensified when this organization directed subversive and terrorist activities inside Iran from the territory of Albania, and took responsibility for them officially and publicly.

One of the latest cases of this type is stated on the official website of the MEK, which claims that the rebel centers (terror cells) of the MEK inside the country attacked the judiciary building on September 2 this year and blew it up. Regardless of whether this claim is true or false, the acceptance of responsibility for a terrorist and sabotage attack directed from Albanian soil by the MEK has criminal consequences for the host government supporting that organization. The Albanian government is definitely responsible for such actions in recent months, including the cyber-attacks in Iran, which the MEK has officially accepted and propagated.

My questions are whether such measures were included in the agreements, when the MEK were apparently accepted in Albania for humanitarian reasons. Was Albania seeking a conflict with the Islamic Republic of Iran from the beginning by accepting the MEK in its territory and allowing this cult to do the mentioned actions? Does Albania, which desires to enter the European Union, want to host a terrorist cult with medieval ties in its territory?

If the answer to the above questions is negative, then action must be taken so that no one has a different opinion. The first step, we believe, can be the dismantling of cultic relations inside the camp of the MEK and the observance of human rights in this camp, and the connection of the members with the outside world, especially their families, which has always been the wish of the Nejat Society.

Sincerely
Ebrahim Khodabandeh
CEO of Najat Society

Copy to:
Bajram Begaj, President of the Republic
Bledar Cuci, Minister of Interior
Nasip Naco, Head of the National Security Commission of the Parliament

Sunday, September 11, 2022

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