Albania

  • Photo of MEK was not embraced but imposed on Albania in 2016: Albanian historian

    MEK was not embraced but imposed on Albania in 2016: Albanian historian

    Olsi Jazexhi, an Albanian historian, reveals that the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) was not embraced but imposed on Albania in 2016 by the Obama administration. “MEK was imposed on Albania in 2016 when the Obama administration demanded the Edi Rama regime to host 3000 foreign fighters…

  • Photo of The devil must live in Tirana

    The devil must live in Tirana

    Terrorists or democrats? Albania is home to 2500 Iranian People’s Mujahedin. Their goal is to overthrow the Iranian regime. They also maintain good contacts in the German Bundestag. In Tehran, the ayatollahs lead the Iranian people with a hard hand[..]. They have been in power…

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    Criminals And Terrorists In Albania

    In Albania, the growth of the democratic state proceeds slowly, hampered by an economic crisis that is difficult to overcome and the security and legal problems that afflict the country. We address them in this report by Polo de donno. SPREAD OF RADICAL ISLAMIST TERRORISM:…

  • Photo of Coronavirus gives Albanian PM Edi Rama unique opportunity to control MEK

    Coronavirus gives Albanian PM Edi Rama unique opportunity to control MEK

    A petition addressed to Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama has reached over ten thousand signatures. The petition was created by estranged families who need help to contact their loved ones trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) cult’s closed camp ‘Ashraf 3’ in Albania. The families…

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    Why is Albania prohibiting Iranian families from meeting their relatives in MEK paramilitary camp?

    Dr. Olsi Jazexhi discusses with Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton) a petition that an Iranian NGO, Nejat Society https://www.nejatngo.org/en/posts/10625 has sent to the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama. This petition which is being signed by thousands of persons in Iran and in the world: http://chng.it/GCPbBfFPGr asks…

  • Photo of Terrorists do not need visas; they are already welcomed in Albania

    Terrorists do not need visas; they are already welcomed in Albania

    A petition was launched by Nejat Society of Iran on behalf of the suffering families of Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, Rajavi cult) members urging the Albanian government to allow these families to contact their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp. Link below: http://chng.it/GCPbBfFPGr This…

  • Photo of Is MEK guilty of spreading Covid-19 in Albania?

    Is MEK guilty of spreading Covid-19 in Albania?

    Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has issues strict instructions to combat the spread of the virus. Only one person per household will be authorized to leave their house for one hour a day to shop for groceries or other necessary items, and this only after…

  • Photo of MEK cult in Albania poses public health risk

    MEK cult in Albania poses public health risk

    With its small population of 2.8 million people, the Republic of Albania may appear to have a more manageable task (depending, of course, on the availability of health care resources) of testing and tracking contacts to halt the spread of the coronavirus, than countries with…

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    Coronavirus in Albania and the Presence of Mojahedin-e Khalq in Tirana

    Following the outbreak of coronavirus in Italy, more than 120,000 Albanians residing in Italy returned to their country. Albania, with a population under 3,000,000, has, as of this writing, 243 cases of coronavirus. That is 84 cases per 1,000,000 people. The death toll thus far…

  • Photo of Albania’s Hosting of the MEK Affect Its Inclusion in the FATF’s Grey List,How?

    Albania’s Hosting of the MEK Affect Its Inclusion in the FATF’s Grey List,How?

    Money laundry is an ordinary operational technique among criminal gangs and terrorist organizations to provide their own finances. However, this does not mean that governments do not commit it. In countries where mafia gangs are widely involved in money laundering, this criminal act can infiltrate…

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