Inside this Issue:
– Open letter by families of MEK hostages to Albanian authorities
Families of members of the MEK signed an open letter to the Albanian government of the event to launch the new documentary produced by Nejat Society. On the sidelines of the opening ceremony of “From Tirana to Tehran” the families whose loved ones are taken as hostages by the MEK in Albania and former members of the group signed the letter calling on the Albanian authorities to aid them release their beloveds from the group..
– From Tirana to Tehran
“From Tirana to Tehran” is a documentary based on the stories told by families of members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/ MKO/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi). The documentary depicts the grieves and suffering of families of those who are taken as hostages by the MEK leaders in Camp Ashraf 3, in Albania.
– Mother of an MEK hostage to slam Maryam Rajavi
“Mother Saadat” addressed the audience in the premier for Nejat Society’s new documentary, “From Tirana to Tehran”. Hamael Ghanizadeh called Mother Saadat is the mother of three members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq who has not visited her children for over three decades.
– Soraya Abdollahi: Our beloveds are barred by the cult of Rajavi
Soraya Abdollahi, the mother of Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh, was a key speaker at the premier of the new documentary produced by Nejat Society. Last week, the first public presentation of “From Tirana to Tehran” was held by Nejat Society.
– Albania teams up with Israel and U.S. against Iran: Foreign Policy
Eager to stand out as a steadfast U.S. ally, Tirana often entangles itself in geopolitical issues far from its shores.. Analyst covering the Balkans, says Albanian is aligning with Israel and the United States against Iran.
– Mojahedin-e Khalq Incite Violence in Iran from Albania
In the political and social developments of the country in recent years, from protests to riots, generally the hated terrorist group of MEK (Mojahedin-e Khalq) has tried to play a role in order to achieve its forty-year long goal of overthrowing the political system in Iran and it has not succeeded in doing so despite all sorts of methods they implemented.
– Comparing the MEK cult with Children of God cult
In June 2018, BBC Scotland News published a story on a survivor of a notorious cult: Children of God. The report is based on testimonies of a 38-year-old woman says who was abused from the age of four by members of the Children of God cult, including her own father.
– US-Iran clash in Albania as hopes of nuclear deal fade
Albanian authorities thwarted a second cyberattack over the weekend after Tirana, backed by the United States with pledges of support and fresh sanctions on Iran, severed all diplomatic ties with Tehran who it blames for the “sabotage”.
– New documentary reveals truth about MKO
The trailer released on Thursday for the documentary movie “From Tirana to Tehran ” is so powerful in its message about the MKO and its practices that it leaves no room for doubting why every defector that has managed to flee, insists on calling it a cult where members are required to demonstrate complete devotion to its leader.
– Senator Richard Black: Mujahedin-e Khalq is a very tarnished organization
The history of the United States of America supporting terrorist groups is too long that it is like a black book that the blood of innocent people drip from its pages. One of these terrorist groups is the group of Mujahedin-e Khalq known as MEK/MKO/ PMOI/NCRI, that has killed thousands of people since its establish ment which if we want to mention only a few cases, we can mention the killing of 12 thousand Iranians and 4 thousand Iraqi Kurds.