Home » Nejat Publications » Nejat Newsletter No.102

Nejat Newsletter No.102

Inside this Issue:

– Albania and its Sheltering of the MEK on its soil
A NATO Minnow Reels From Cyberattacks Linked to Iran
But he (premier Rama) complained that M.E.K. were “not easy people, frankly,” and that the group had violated an agreement that it would refrain from using Albania as “a safe haven to make political activity against the Iranian regime.”

– International Day of Nowruz

Nejat Newsletter No.102

Nejat Newsletter No.102

International Day of Nowruz celebrated every March 21 is a highly significant and anticipated global New Year holiday occurring on the spring equinox, ringing in the arrival of spring and symbolizing rebirth
and renewal of nature.

– MEK use sleep deprivation as a mind control technique
Families of hostages taken by the Mujahedin-e Khalq , from Zanjan province asked Javaid Rehman, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, to watch the film

– Leila Kiukan hoped to see the father who is no more alive
The MEK announced the news of the death of Rahim Kiukan. This is while his daughter Leila expressed her hope to visit him just a few days ago at Fajr Film Festival, where the film “Colonel Soraya” was played for the first time.

– Congress Boosts cultish MEK exile group
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle are backing a bill that endorses Maryam Rajavi, an Iranian opposition figure who leads the Mojahedin-e Khalq.

– Albanian opposition protests against corruption, poverty
Thousands of opposition supporters rallied in front of the Albanian prime minister’s office on Saturday accusing the government of Edi Rama of corruption and protesting against the high cost of living which is forcing people to leave the country.

– Letter to Abbas Golrizan, a hostage of the MEK
I hope you are well. Why don’t you answer my letters? why don’t you contact me? When you were a child, I had so many dreams for your future. When you went to army service, I was looking forward to your return.

– Michael Rubin: Why Do Iranians Hate the MEK So Much?
The senior fellow of the Washington Examiner, has found it vital to warn the US politicians who advocate the MEK despite its violent history and its cult-like nature. This is the third piece written by Rubin in order to inform paid politicians that the MEK is hated by the Iranian people..

– Albania awaits unrest
Reports from Albania indicate that the opposition (a coalition of parties of former Albanian leaders Sali Berisha and Ilir Meta) has planned a massive demonstration for Saturday, February 11, 2023, which is expected to be similar to the one that was well received a few months ago, The relevant report adds that “there is a possibility – which is not a small possibility – that the demonstration will not only meet with public favor, but will subsequently cause civil unrest and a rapid and serious deterioration of public order not only in Tirana but throughout Albania.

To view the pdf file click here

You may also like

Leave a Comment