Human Rights Abuse within Mujahedin Khalq Organization

  • Photo of For Milad

    For Milad

    To the international Human Rights Bodies My name is Narges Beheshti. My brother Mostafa Beheshti is a member of the Mojahedin-E Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA . . .) who is trapped in a remote isolated camp of the group in Albania. MEK is…

  • Photo of Response to Nejat Society’s appeal

    Response to Nejat Society’s appeal

    Mr. Gjergji Thanasi, Albanian author and human rights activist, responded to the appeal by the Iranian Nejat Society’s CEO: He wrote: As an Albanian who has extensive information about the MEK and their paramilitary facility near Manez town (Ashraf 3 Camp), I pity the rank…

  • Photo of MEK formers at EU Parliament

    MEK formers at EU Parliament

    The defectors clarified that the MEK members do not enjoy the right of education, marriage, having family, contacting the outside world; they have no access to modern communication tools.

  • Photo of Defectors in EU Parliament: Violation of Human Rights in the MEK

    Defectors in EU Parliament: Violation of Human Rights in the MEK

    A delegation of former members of the Mujahedin Khalq attended a conference in the European Parliament. On Thursday, November 21, a delegation of MEK defectors including Ghorban Ali Hosseinnejad, Isa Azadeh, Mohammad Karami, Reza Sadeghi Jebeli and Ali Akbar Rastgou attended the conference “Shrinking spaces:…

  • Photo of We celebrated your birthday …

    We celebrated your birthday …

    Ali Gholizade was a prisoner of war when the MKO cult tricked him into joining the cult. He is now 54. His family celebrated his birthday: Hello my dear Ali, we are all good . My dear brother the cruel hands of Rajavis cult have…

  • Photo of Nejat Society declare the Establishment of “Mothers, Forgotten Victims”

    Nejat Society declare the Establishment of “Mothers, Forgotten Victims”

    Nejat Society declares the establishment of “Mothers, Forgotten Victims” on February 26, 2019. Commemorating the Iranian Women’s Day, Nejat Society central office declares the establishment of an association to support mothers of the victims of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI). The mothers whose…

  • Photo of Amnesty’s controversial visits to the camp of the People’s Mujahedin in Albania

    Amnesty’s controversial visits to the camp of the People’s Mujahedin in Albania

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Amnesty_International#Amnesty’s_controversial_visits_to_the_camp_of_the_People’s_Mujahedin_in_Albania In December 2018, Amnesty published a report entitled, ‘Blood-soaked Secrets,’ that accused Iran of carrying out the mass executions of political prisoners in 1988. Much of the evidence used in the report was based on the testimonies of members…

  • Photo of MEK (Rajavi cult) victims’ families reject Amnesty International report endorsing gross human rights abuse in Albania

    MEK (Rajavi cult) victims’ families reject Amnesty International report endorsing gross human rights abuse in Albania

    Why has AI failed to interview even a single one of these people? They are families of MEK victims, but they are not traitors.

  • Photo of Traumatic stories of torture in the MKO during the 1990s

    Traumatic stories of torture in the MKO during the 1990s

    When in May 2005 the Human Rights Watch reported on the huge violations of human rights inside the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ The Cult of Rajavi), the subtitle “Security Clearance” discussed the conditions in which human rights abuses took place in the…

  • Photo of Western Journalists disclose severe human rights abuses in the MEK

    Western Journalists disclose severe human rights abuses in the MEK

    Just by searching the word “MEK” you can find unbiased articles and videos from independent journalists who investigated the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) and revealed its true nature. The most recent one was published by former CIA agent…

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