Mother of Rajavi cult hostage in Albania: The only thing I wish … (+ Nejat news letter No:42)

Mother of Rajavi cult hostage in Albania: The only thing I wish … (+ Nejat news letter No:42)

abdi_ahmad_mojahedin_khalq_mek_hustage_2Nejat Society, January 05 2017:… She a suffering mother whose dear son; Ahmad is enslaved behind the bars of the Rajavis’ Cult.  Enduring much hardship and sufferings, Mrs. Abdi has done her utmost efforts to liberate Ahmad. She several times traveled to the war-torn country of Iraq.  She picketed in front of MKO Camps in Iraq along with other families asking to visit their beloved ones. Mrs. Abdi Says:” the only thing I wish … 

احسان بیدی سیاوش رستارFamilies open letter to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (Albania)

Nejat NewsLetter ISSUE NO.42

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Inside This Issue:

1- Happy New Year – 2017
2- How dogmatism stop the production of thought in the MKO
3- MEK’s Fake Intelligence On Aleppo Only Hinders Fact-finding Bodies Finding The Truth
4- MKO ex- members at the EU Press Club Conference
5- Yes, We Do Know the MEK Has a Terrorist Past
6- About Nejat Society Objectives:
7- To my brother; Amir

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The only thing I wish …

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Mrs. Abdi is an active member of Nejat Society – Tehran Branch. She a suffering mother whose dear son; Ahmad is enslaved behind the bars of the Rajavis’ Cult.

احمد عبدی گروگان مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی

Mrs. Abdi in front of Camp Ashraf; kissing Ahmad’s photo

Enduring much hardship and sufferings, Mrs. Abdi has done her utmost efforts to liberate Ahmad. She several times traveled to the war-torn country of Iraq.  She picketed in front of MKO Camps in Iraq along with other families asking to visit their beloved ones.

Mrs. Abdi Says:” the only thing I wish is that I meet Ahmad and embrace him tightly…”

احمد عبدی گروگان مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی

Mr & Mrs. Abdi; Ahmad’s parents

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Can Albania deradicalise Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cultMassoud Khodabandeh, Huffington Post: Can Albania Meet its Obligations and De-radicalize an Influx of Terrorists into Europe? 

What does it mean when we say ISIS operates as a mind control cult?

همکاری مافیای آلبانی و مجاهدین خلق، فرقه رجوی Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) and Albanian Mafia are getting closer

The Life of Camp Ashraf,
Mojahedin-e Khalq Victims of Many Masters

زهره قائمی فرمانده ترور صیاد شیرازیIranian resistance group MKO to move to Albania (aka Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, …)

مرگ مسعود رجوی تیرانا آلبانیPolemikë e madhe pasi MEK nuk mund të provojë nëse lideri Massoud Rajavi ka vdekur apo është gjallë

Also read:
http://iran-interlink.org/wordpress/?p=7990

Nejat News Letter ISSUE NO.41 (Helping families, denouncing the terror cult of Rajavi)

nejat_nl_41_mojahedin-khalq-rajavi-cultNejat Society, December 19 2016:… Inside This Issue: 1- MKO ex-member in Koln University 2- RC: MEK members in Albania have no access to the outside world 3- CIA, Mossad and MEK Assassinated Iran’s Top Nuclear Scientist Majid Shahriari 4- The MEK and Its American Fans 5- Open letters to Axel Fischer, about MKO invitation to attend Rajavi’s carnival on November 26 6- Trump’s top picks for key … 

Maryam Rajavi Saddam's private army NCRICouncil of Foreign Relations, 2014: Mujahadeen-e-Khalq (MEK). Backgrounders


(Rajavi from Saddam to AIPAC)

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Nejat News Letter ISSUE NO.41 (Helping families, denouncing the terror cult of Rajavi) 

Inside This Issue:

1- MKO ex-member in Koln University
2- RC: MEK members in Albania have no access to the outside world
3- CIA, Mossad and MEK Assassinated Iran’s Top Nuclear Scientist Majid Shahriari
4- The MEK and Its American Fans
5- Open letters to Axel Fischer, about MKO invitation to attend Rajavi’s carnival on November 26
6- Trump’s top picks for key posts back anti-Iran terror group
7- About Nejat Society
8- On the occasion of the Int. Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

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مزدور مریم رجوی و اربابان صهیونیست UANI, Joe Lieberman and the MEK (Mojahedin Khalq)

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(aka; Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, Rajavi cult)

eu-strategy-for-relations-with-iranEU-Iran Relations in the Trump Era (Rudi Giuliani, Newt Gingrich and John Bolton)
Europe Capitalizes on the Iran Deal

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Iran’s most notorious dissident group Mojahedin Khlaq Rajavi cultThat Secret Iranian ‘Nuclear Facility’ You Just Found? Not So Much

Washington’s Favorite Terrorists (Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult)

Remember.Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) was one of the excuses of US attacking Iran

Also read:
http://iran-interlink.org/wordpress/?p=5356

Training Syrian rebels in Saudi Arabia reminder of training Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) terror group in Saddam’s Iraq

خبرگزاری چینXinhuanet, September 22 2014: …  drew a comparison between the current hosting of the armed rebels by Saudi Arabia and what happened at the times of the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussain, who had hosted on Iraq soil the Mojahedin-e-Khalq movement (MEK), an Iranian opposition movement in exile that advocated the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran …

مسعود رجوی جیش العدل تروریسمMojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) Leader Expresses Solidarity with Jaish-ul-Adl Terrorists

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News Analysis: Providing arms, training to rebels will exacerbate Syria crisis

 DAMASCUS, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) — Washington’s recent decision to arm and train the Syrian rebels, who will supposedly fight the Islamic State (IS) terror group, will only exacerbate and prolong the Syrian crisis in what analysts said would be like “casting oil on a smoldering fire.”

Unlike the situation in Iraq, where the administration of President Barack Obama is coordinating and cooperating with the Iraqi forces in their battle against the IS militants, Washington has turned a deaf ear to the calls of the Syrian government for cooperation on battling the IS in Syria, seeking instead to cooperate and deal with the so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels by agreeing to arm and coach them to be able to confront the IS in Syria.

Obama, who is leading an international coalition of reportedly 50 countries to fight the IS, said that the Syrian opposition forces were fighting both the brutality of Islamic State terrorists and the “tyranny” of the administration of President Bashar al-Assad.

“We will provide training and equipment to help them (moderate rebels) grow stronger and take on IS terrorists inside Syria,” said Obama, who is a staunch critic of Assad that repeatedly called for his departure and questioned his legitimacy.

The Congress on Thursday backed Obama, authorizing the military to arm and train moderate Syrian rebels. The U.S. move, while failing to surprise the Syrian politicians given the fact that the U.S. has always been in favor of the opposition, was seen as a policy toward prolonging the crisis in Syria by attempting to replace the IS fighters with others who will remain loyal to their Western patrons and would keep fighting against the Syrian government.

Maher Murhej, a Syrian politician and head of the Youth Party, told Xinhua he wasn’t surprised by the recent U.S. move, pointing out that the training of the Syrian rebels has already started.

“My information is that the new Congress decision has sanctioned the financing of the rebels, and regarding the training, I have information that training camps have already been opened in Saudi Arabia two weeks ago, namely in the city of Ha’il in northwestern Saudi Arabia, to train Syrian rebels of the Islamic Front and Islam Army groups,” Murhej said, noting that there is no such a thing as “moderate” rebels as the vast majority of the armed militant groups are radicalized.

Saudi Arabia overtly agreed last week to host training camps for “moderate” Syrian rebels, agreeing thus on Obama’s broad strategy to combat the IS group, which has captured large chunks of territories in Syria and Iraq over the past few months.

Meanwhile, Murhej pointed out that the American strategy aims at keeping the Syrian government busy with fighting the rebels for years to come as it is seeking to replace the IS fighters with other rebel groups that would continue fighting the Syrian government troops.

Obama has recently sanctioned to strike the IS positions in Syria, akin to what his air force is doing in Iraq. However, the conundrum for Obama was that he didn’t want to make a move against the IS that could play in the hands of the Syrian regime, meaning that he wouldn’t want to weaken the IS so that the Assad troops can fill in the void.

Instead, the U.S. president decided to arm the “moderate” rebels so that they could be able to fill in the void that the IS may leave after the U.S. strikes on their positions in Syria, analysts said.

Still, the new approach may take at least a year to train the rebels and weaken the IS fighters, which means that the Syrian crisis is likely not going to see an exit or an end in the near future.

“After getting done with the IS, the West wants to leave other rebels to keep fighting the Syrian government… they want an armed insurgency that could last for years in Syria,” Murhej said, adding that “the superpowers are not only working on prolonging the crisis in Syria, actually they are drawing a new strategy for the future in the region. They are talking about camps that would be permanent so we are looking at 10 to 15 years of insurgency in Syria.”

Murhej drew a comparison between the current hosting of the armed rebels by Saudi Arabia and what happened at the times of the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussain, who had hosted on Iraq soil the Mojahedin-e-Khalq movement (MEK), an Iranian opposition movement in exile that advocated the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran. During the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s, the group was given refuge by Saddam Hussein and mounted attacks on Iran from within Iraqi territory.

“They (superpowers) are attempting to create a similar group to the Islamic State but this time under the commandership of the West,” Murhej said.

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Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, PMOI, Rajavi cult) still after terrorism

http://youtu.be/OzJAFYmuJOg?list=UU0l93Nsn8szy9D4G7mhvfEQ

Remember.Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) was one of the excuses of US attacking Iraq

Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) Our Men in Iran? (Seymour M. Hersh, The New Yorker, April 2012)

Khodabandeh: Did Pentagon lobby for Mojahedin Khalq

Also read:

Ironically, only Iran can help America really take control of ISIS.

Anne Khodabandeh, Iranian.com, September 19 2014: … This, however, is not a description of ISIS, it is a description of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), the exiled Iranian terrorist group. While ISIS claims to be Sunni, and the MEK claims to be Shiite, there are such significant similarities they can both be defined as destructive cults. The major distinguishing difference …

A Former MEK Member Speaks About the ‘Cult’ of Extremism (Interview with Massoud Banisadr)

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Beware of the MEK (aka Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult)

Ariane Tabatabai, The National Interest, August 24 2014: …The voices supporting the MEK are ignoring the lessons of some of the most catastrophic U.S. foreign-policy mistakes in the past few decades, urging Washington to repeat history. Overhyping the threat of an adversary and blindly supporting groups opposing it led to the creation of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan …

Embracing the MKO, Success in the Short Term, Disaster in the Long Term

مریم رجوی صدامیان داعش تروریسمMazda Parsi, Nejat Bloggers, August 13 2014: …  Regarding heavy expenses and large amounts of money, energy and time the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO) spends to portrait itself as a pro-democracy movement, its so-called Great Gathering in Villepinte Paris, was expected to be addressed by at least a few Iranian political and intellectual figures, as it is …