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Nejat Newsletter No. 99

Nejat Newsletter No.99

– Israel, Albania and MEK to tighten alliance
The Albanian Prime Minister who hosts the Mujahedin Khalq Organization, visited Israel last week. The three-day visit took place, after the leader of the MEK, Maryam Rajavi, visited the Israeli ambassador to Tirana in her headquarters in Albania.

– The MeK, a Predecessor of ISIS in Attack on WorshipersNejat Newsletter No.99
As a result of a terrorist attack on the holy shrine of Shah-e Cheragh in Iran’s southern city of Shiraz on October 26, 13 people have been killed and 30 others wounded.

– They took my children as hostages to make me commit suicide
In June 2003, when Maryam Rajavi was arrested by French Police in her headquarters in the Parisian suburb, Auver sur d’Oise, Mostafa Mohammadi was a sympathizer of the group and two of his children Somayeh and Mohammad were serving as child soldiers in the Mujahedin-e Khalq’s military camp in Iraq

– The MEK; useful and good terrorists Albania must host
Could hosting a banned Iranian dissident group compromise Albania’s security? Some 30 kilometres west from Albania’s capital Tirana, nestled between a mountain range and the Adriatic Sea, lies the town of Manëz.

– Israeli ambassador meets with MEK terror group head
Albanian media reveals that a public and official meeting took place between the Israeli occupation’s ambassador and the head of the MEK terror organization, Maryam Rajavi.

– Ask the MEK, how to make a violent insurgent out of a normal protester
Civil protests in Iran often ends with the arrest of some MEKaffiliated insurgents who have committed acts of violence in the scenes of peaceful protests. In recent protests in Iran that was sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini, a number of arrested ones turned out to have been manipulated by the troll farm of the Mujahedin Khalq.

– Maryam Rajavi keeps her cyber army under systematic monitoring
Since the disarmament of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization by the US military in 2003, the group has been focused on a cyber warfare against the Iranian government. The war in cludes cyber attacks on computer systems and a disinformation campaign based on fake accounts in social media.

– Iran’s interior Minister on the terrorist act in Shah Cheragh Shrine
Shiraz, IRNA – Interior minister said combination war plot of enemies against Iran will lead nowhere, and terrorist act in Shah Cheragh Holy Shrine by shooting at innocent people and their children was a sign of enemies’ desperateness.

– British sociologist sees hands of foreign terrorists in Iran unrest
The recent unrest in Iran has its roots in foreign terrorist organizations’ attempt to provoke people to pursue their own agenda, which is overthrowing the political establishment, a British sociologist believes. David Miller told IRNA on Monday that some foreign elements who pursue their own geopolitical agendas fanned the flame of the recent protests in Iran to pursue a regime change policy.

– IRAN. Behind the protests of the veil, the terrorism of the Mojahedin-e Khalq
The death of the young Kurdish girl Mahsa Amini, after being arrested for not wearing the veil correctly, sparked protests, demonstrations and exploitation. I do not want to discuss the legitimacy of these protests but I am struck by the news of October

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