Mir Bagher Sedaghi
2500 Biel/ Bienne
Orthodox Cathedral of Tirana
Rruga Deshmoret e 4 Shkurtit
Tirana 1001, Albania
My name is Mir Bagher Sedaghi, a long serving member of the Mojahedin Khalq cult (aka, MKO, MEK, PMOI, …) who has now left this organization. I have been informed that the Rajavi cult has been trying to organize a meeting in your central church in Tirana under the pretext of “defending the lost rights of women”. I was delighted to hear that due to the whistleblowing of the local media during the last month the governmental officials have intervened and the show has been cancelled.
As a victim of this anti-women and anti-family cult I am happy and thankful to the Albanian officials who have stopped this misuse of Women’s Day.
I have spent nearly 20 years of my life with this cult in Iraq. The cult leaders have denied us the right to marry, and the right to contact our families. My brother Mir Vaghef Sedaghi, who is still trapped in Rajavi cult even though he has now been transferred from Iraq to Albania, has not had any contact with our mother or father for over 27 years.
During the time I have been with Mojahedin Khalq I have witnessed their constant encouragement of violence. Their teachings included how to carry cyanide pills and how to break them in our mouth to kill ourselves and of course trained us how to effectively and efficiently kill others. This is no more than a violent terrorist group which has claimed the lives of thousands of civilians in Iran using indiscriminate bombings and mortar attacks. This is not an organization which would even remotely support the rights of women, even though it is now desperately trying to portray itself as such in your country.
Critics and ex members of this cult know many women who have testified that they have been raped by the cult leader Massoud Rajavi. The related documents are available and many of these women are willing to testify in person in any court of law.
I would ask you to be vigilant and take care not to tarnish the reputation of the good church of Albania by letting these dirty inhuman people misuse it. This cult of course is hated by the majority of Iranians inside and outside Iran.
Other ex-members of this cult, like me, are more than happy to help should the church of Tirana like to know more or to receive documents and evidence.
Mir Bagher Sedaghi,