Inside this Issue:
– Illegal expulsion of former members into Greece by the MEK
According to this news, the police arrested the Albanian driver of a van near the border while he was hiding 10 illegal immigrants in his vehicle
– MEK, no friend of democracy in Iran: Canadian academics
Paid hefty fees by the Mujahedin-e Khalq, lobbyists of the group have been actively working to advocate its cause as “a democratic alternative” to the Islamic Republic. The cult-like MEK with …
– The question of the Albanians: When will justice come to the Kareç Camp?
on St. George’s Day, the ASILA association distributed brochures to the residents of “May 5” street. The brochures had such a content that the people who read them understood that many injustices were committed against the 6 Iranians imprisoned in the Kareç camp and are still being commit ted in the Mujahideen camps.
Ray Torabi: Happy father’s day to the father I never had
Children of the MEK are victims of enormous traumas. Six years after his defection, Mohammad Reza (Ray) Torabi, a defector of the group and the son of Ghorban Ali Torabi, a victim of the group lives in Germany.
– Cries of mother of Azadeh Saboor in front of ICRC office in Tehran
Fatemeh Mohabati at tended the sit-in in front of the office of the International Com mittee of Red Cross in Tehran. She is the mother of Azadeh Saboor, a member of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/ PMOI). Fatemeh Mohabati has not seen her daughter for over 20 years.
– The message of the CEO of Nejat Society to the statesmen of Albania
The CEO of Nejat Society, Ebrahim Khodabandeh, sent a message to the respected Albanian statesmen and made it available to the Albanian authorities and media through the Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania( ASILA), for information and possibly appropriate measures.
– What Nejat Families want on the Int. Red Cross Day
Members of Nejat Society used the occasion of May 8th, the International Day of Red Cross to call on the world for the release of their loved ones. Families of hostages of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi)
– Parents of MKO members ask ICRC to help them see loved ones
World Red Cross Day is observed every year on May 8. A number of parents of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist group have taken the opportunity to attract attentions to the fact that they have not been able to visit their loved ones for a very long time.
– MEK: terrorists who jail dissidents
The Iran that the West likes is called MEK: terrorists who jail dissidents. The Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group, known as MEK, which was listed as a terrorist organization from 1997 to 2012 and has a criminal record of killing 17,000 people, is now presented as a purely political group and engaged in human rights advocacy from anti-Iranian satellite channels, such as Iran International.
– Ali Hajari was released
The Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania (ASILA) issued a statement Mr. Ali Hajari was released unconditionally today, Friday, May 26, 2023. He was detained in the Karrec camp for more than months, and during all this time, the Albanian government and police never announced the reason for this detention and did not bring any charges against him.