Iran – Few Protests – Some Riots – U.S. Prepares The Next Phase

Iran – Few Protests – Some Riots – U.S. Prepares The Next Phase

iran_debunk_Mojahedin_Khalq_Maryam_Rajavi_Fack_News_1Moon Of Alabama, January 04 2018:… The terrorist group MEK (NCRI, MKO) “leaked” fake protocols of an alleged government meeting which it claims shows panic over the protests. Allegedly the government fears the leader of the MEK, Marjam Rajavi. The MEK has paid large sums to get support from politicians, including John McCain in Washington and elsewhere. During the Iraq-Iran war it … 

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Iran – Few Protests – Some Riots – U.S. Prepares The Next Phase

The riots and protests in Iran continue for a 6th day. While “western” media claim that the protests are growing I see no evidence for that in the various videos that appear online. The legitimate protests over price rises, failing private banks and against the new neoliberal austerity budget of President Rohani were hijacked early on by rioting gangs. These are obviously coordinated from the outside of the country through various internet applications, especially Telegram and Instagram:

Amad News, a channel on Telegram, appears to have played a pivotal role in the wave of protests. Reportedly administered by exiled journalist Rohollah Zam — a son of a senior Reformist cleric said to have escaped the country after being accused of having links with foreign intelligence agencies …

Blocking the specific control channels proved to be insufficient:

Special software used to circumvent the government filters could still be downloaded easily. And on Monday, as on other days, there were calls for protests online and on foreign-based Persian-language satellite channels.

The blockage of the internet applications was lifted today.

The original protests over economic issues seem to have died down after President Rouhani confirmed the right to protest, conceded economic problems and promised to take them on. Indeed there are only few new videos of genuine protest marches but an avalanche of videos of rioting, arson and tussling with police forces. The size of the protests are in a few hundred people or lessCounter demonstrations, expressing loyalty for the republic (not noted in “western” media), are bigger in size than the anti-government protests. Since December 28 protests and riots have occurred in a total of 66 cities by now, but only about 30 have been taking place each night. This might point to some planning behind the events. A daily switching of venues might be intended to prevent police preparations.

The groups of rioters are between 30 and 80 people in size with a some bystanders milling around. They seem to follow a flash mob strategy appearing here and there and to vanish again when police appears in force. In some cities rioters attacked police stationsmilitary posts and were even stealing firetrucks. Some of the rioters are evidently trying to get their hands on weapons.

Altogether only a few thousand people, overwhelmingly male youth, seem to be involved. Thousands protest in Israel each week against the corruption of Prime Minister Netanyahoo. On New-Years-Eve more than 1,000 cars in France were set alight by arsonists. None of this is front page news but a few dozen riots in Iran get elevated to a “revolution”.

The total death toll of the “peaceful protests” is now some 21 of which (by my count) at least five were policemen killed in attacks by “protesters” and two unrelated civilians who were run over and killed by rioters driving a stolen firetruck. Six rioters were killed when they tried to attack a police station in the town of Qahderijan. The governor there claimed that the attackers were armed with guns.

The same faking of pictures of large demonstrations and “evidence” of government brutality that we have seen with regard to the war on Syria is taking place with Iran. Videos of demonstrations from Argentine and Bahrain are used to claim large demonstrations in Iran. A tweet with the Bahrain video by a “journalist” who claimed it was in Iran has received more than 17,000 re-tweets. Videos from Spain or even movie scenes are purported to show police violence in Iran. A video of a man lying on his back and being cared for is once claimed to show that he has been shot by police while at the same time another propagandists claims that the man had a cardiac arrest after police used a taser on him. There are no signs of wounds or other trauma. The dude probably just passed out.

The terrorist group MEK (NCRI, MKO) “leaked” fake protocols of an alleged government meeting which it claims shows panic over the protests. Allegedly the government fears the leader of the MEK, Marjam Rajavi. The MEK has paid large sums to get support from politicians, including John McCain in Washington and elsewhere. During the Iraq-Iran war it fought against Iran on the side of Iraq. After the U.S. invaded Iraq the MEK was held in special camps under U.S. control. According to a 2012 Seymour Hersh report the U.S. military trained MEK fighters in the U.S. in sabotage and insurgency technics. These people are deeply hated in Iran but feared they are not. Their early engagement in the “protests” via their website and propaganda ops in Iran may point to deeper role in the riots.

The usual neoconservatives in the U.S. media are arguing for “more help” for the “Iranian people”. The help they want to offer is designed to worsen their economic situation.

earlier argued that the larger plan of the instigators of these riots is not aimed at winning a violent “regime change” conflict, but at causing a reaction by the Iranian government which can then be used to press especially Europeans to again isolate Iran. This plan is now confirmed by an op-ed in the Washington Post. Michael Singh of the Zionist lobby in Washington writes:

If the regime resorts to violence anyway, the international response should focus on diplomatic isolation. European and Asian states should reduce their diplomatic ties with Iran and downgrade Iran’s participation in international forums. Sanctions may also have a role …

Unsurprisingly the neoconned WaPo editors are fully in sync with the lobby:

European leaders, who have been far more cautious, should speak up. … On Sunday [President Rohani of Iran] recognized that the demonstrators had legitimate grievances and nominally accepted their right to protest. The Trump administration and other Western governments should aim to hold him to those words through diplomacy and the threat of sanctions in the event of more bloodshed.

The rioting at the current level is in no way endangering the Iranian republic. Should some rioters acquire weapons the intensity might change a bit. But unless they receive material and personal support from the outside, like it happened in Syria, the situation will soon calm down. The people of Iran are against such violence and the government has yet to use its manifold capabilities.

I had documented in earlier posts that the Trump administration, in tight co-operations with Israel, long prepared for an intensification of a conflict with Iran. Half a year ago the CIA set up a special office with a high level Iran hawk leading the charge. Last month Trump named another Iran hawk to lead the State Department Middle East section.

Since the Iranian people successfully achieved “regime change” in 1979 the U.S. and Britain have had an adversarial policy against Iran. It has ebbed and flowed in intensity but never changed. Under Trump we will see a rapid increase of hostile actions. The administration just called for a UN emergency session about the situation. That is a laughable move when one considers the size of daily murder the U.S. and its allies commit in Yemen, Syria and Palestine. But the operation that unfolds now is likely just a small part of a larger anti-Iran strategy that has yet to become visible.

Update (Jan 3, 01:00am EST)

I just checked various internet resources for two hours to find new videos of protests/riots of January 2 to 3. There were just a handful and none of them was remarkable. Some short clips of loud screaming of small crowds and light bashing with riot police. The protests and riots are obviously dying down.

This map is by HRA_news a Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA). It says “There were protests in at least 11 cities in #Iran on the sixth day”.


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Eleven cities is less than half than the thirty cities with protests/riots that were countedyesterday.

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رجوی ویلپنت مجاهدین خلق اول ژوئیه 2014Which occasion is Maryam Rajavi celebrating in Paris? (letter to Emmanuel Macron)

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تروریسم داعش مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی علیه مردم ایرانIran terror attack: Who gains?

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Why has France become a safe haven for extremism in Europe? 

France Paris AttacksKourosh Ziabari, Huffington Post, December 23 2017:… MKO was designated as a foreign terrorist organization by the governments of the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, as well as by the European Union. But between 1981 and 1986 and since 2003, MKO has been sheltered in Paris, and the majority of its rallies and demonstrations take place in French cities, attended by thousands of people. There’s no official … 

حمله مزدوران مجاهدین خلق مریم رجوی به نماینده مجلس انگلییسDenis MacShane attacked by Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) outside EU Parliament

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Why has France become a safe haven for extremism in Europe?

Terrorism_France_Radical_Islamists_MEK_Maryam_RajaviPolicemen read messages which left at a makeshift memorial next to the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015

Kourosh Ziabari

Casting blame on those responsible for the rise of the Islamic State in various parts of the Middle East and its disconcerting extension into other parts of the world is a futile exercise. The fact that the Islamic State has developed a global sphere of influence and is able to spread instability unimpeded necessitates detailed investigation, but it is important to note that the current state of affairs is the result of the faults, shortcomings, and negligent decision-making of many actors. What matters now is that the Islamic State is making advances on multiple fronts and the international community is barely committed and insufficiently united to be able to tackle its unchecked growth.

In 2017, the Islamic State has been implicated in attacks in Baghdad, Istanbul, Kabul, Westminster, Manchester, Melbourne, Jakarta, Minya, London, and even Tehran, and the perpetrators have mostly been able to avoid consequences after boldly claiming responsibility, except in the cases where they were shot dead by law enforcement officials.

What’s more, some European countries—especially those where the far right is rising, such as France—have become havens for such groups.

The Growth of the Far Right and Islamophobia

The French version of secularism—laïcité—is believed to have come into being in 1871. Part of what makes laïcité unique is the persistence of French authorities in turning their version of “secularism” into a state religion, leaving no room for criticism. Some prominent commentators and journalists, including the University of Houston’s Robert Zaretsky, have argued that French secularism has made the country a fundamentalist republic, which opens the door for such tragedies as the Charlie Hebdo shooting.

But following the establishment of the Third French Republic and state secularism, the country started to sing the hymn of exceptionalism. The concoction of its distinctive version of secularism has also resulted in an exclusionary approach to minorities and faith groups, paving the way for the rise of Islamophobia, xenophobia, and other forms of racial and religious hatred. As a result, it’s not surprising that groups such as the Islamic State have found France a fertile ground to expand their activities. Several scholars have voiced concerns that the French integration model for minorities has hit a disappointing stalemate.

Moreover, France doesn’t seem to be strictly concerned about cracking down on groups which by some standards are “extremist” and alternatively viewed as legitimate opposition groups.

A notorious example of one such group is the militant cult in exile, People’s Mujahedin of Iran, alternatively referred to as PMOI or MKO. Founded in 1965, it boasts of being an alternative to the current political establishment in Iran, or a shadow government. Part of the early days of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, it contributed to the Iranian people’s ideals of freedom, self-determination, and right to decide their future. But as the chaos of the early 1970s subsided, MKO became progressively disenfranchised as its senior figures were denied leadership positions in the new government. The group failed four times to gain seats in parliament, the Assembly of Experts, and Sa’adabad Palace.

Shortly afterward, the group began to resort to violence to achieve its goal of eliminating the government in Tehran quickly and efficiently. MKO was designated as a foreign terrorist organization by the governments of the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, as well as by the European Union. But between 1981 and 1986 and since 2003, MKO has been sheltered in Paris, and the majority of its rallies and demonstrations take place in French cities, attended by thousands of people. There’s no official relationship between France and MKO, but given their ultra-right worldview and their overtly anti-Iranian attitudes, France currently seems to be the safest place to host MKO. The “Republican” administrations of France, who don’t shy away from showing their reluctance to improving bilateral relations with Iran find the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization a leverage of authority over Tehran and also see no harm in letting the proxy group continue operating in disguise and publicly. Although advocacy for “regime change” in Iran dates back to the early years of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, MKO still sticks to this mentality and France finds it of some value to allow MKO’s existence. However, the most remarkable development is that in January 2009, MKO was delistedas a foreign terrorist organization by the European Union shortly after being delisted by the United Kingdom in 2008. This means although they don’t have official status, they’re not considered a “harmful” or violent group anymore. As things stand now, in the view of the high-ranking EU authorities, MKO is a “dissident” group in exile, whereas in the eyes of millions of Iranians, it’s a cult responsible for the assassination of politicians and mass murders starting in early 1970s until their bombing of the UN compound in Iraq in 2009, prompting UN withdrawal from the country.

The Islamic State, too, has strong ties to France. According to the Global Terrorism Index 2015 released by the Institute For Economics and Peace, around 2,000 French fighters have joined its ranks. France has been a frequent target of major Islamic State attacks since 2014.

France’s Response

Either by official endorsement or by virtue of social contract, France has given groups such as the Islamic State and MKO the chance to establish a base and promote a hateful ideology.

Moreover, the French authorities’ failure to cooperate effectively with non-hostile, non-aligned governments has presented a misleading image of the country’s ability to work with those international partners with which it may not have shared interests. When Iranian President Hassan Rouhani paid an official visit to France in February 2016—the first head of Iranian government in 16 years to travel to Paris—Elysée Palace called off a dinner ceremony for the dignitaries of the two governments after Rouhani requested that a halal meal be served at the banquet and alcoholic beverages be taken off the dinner table. The small disagreement overshadowed the media coverage of President Rouhani’s first “charm offensive” in Europe.

One trend is clear: France insists on promoting and upholding its exclusive version of secularism. The inflexibility and ultra-nationalism in the policies of the far-right politicians and parties in France, especially those of the National Front and Marine Le Pen, are reminiscent of the former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s radical religious viewpoints and ultra-nationalism. Ahmadinejad’s actions prompted the immigration of thousands of people of faith, and either intentionally or inadvertently stigmatized the nation’s constitutionally recognized religious minorities.

The French system doesn’t seem to have frameworks that enable harsh and unconditional crackdown on extremists. The Islamic State has found France a safe haven to plan and carry out attacks without facing consequences. The most notable difference lies in the way French criminal law works. It’s a common and well-known trend that French authorities raid restaurants, bookstores and take other actions to disrupt alleged extremists but don’t take serious steps when they urgently need to stifle the rise of extremism, Islamophobia and bust the real terrorist cults that undermine the security and peace of their borders and disrupt international peace and security. I can refer to it as the French double standards on tackling terrorism and violent extremism. Moreover, France has a history of violence in its encounters with the Middle East and North Africa and an exclusionary attitude toward its Muslim population—fueled by the inflammatory, anti-Muslim rhetoric of its leaders. And the Time magazine once asserted that France’s prisons have become a recruiting ground for extremists, which is a viable assertion.

When France wields its state secularism in such a way that faith minorities feel regularly excluded and snubbed, it’s no surprise that extremist cults like the Islamic State feel empowered.

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Albanian based MEK terrorists threat to security of EU Parliament says Ana Gomes MEP (Video) 

Ana_Gomes_MEP_against_Maryam_Rajavi_ViolenceIran Interlink, EUP, Strasbourg, December 13 2017:… For the first time in a parliamentary debate, the MEK presence in the European Parliament was denounced as a security issue. MEP Ana Gomes spoke during the debate on Iran’s nuclear deal demanding that MEK agents who work in the parliament must be expelled. This followed a violent incident the previous week in which agents of MEK leader Maryam Rajavi … 

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Albanian based MEK terrorists threat to security of EU Parliament says Ana Gomes MEP (Video)

For the first time in a parliamentary debate, the MEK presence in the European Parliament was denounced as a security issue. MEP Ana Gomes spoke during the debate on Iran’s nuclear deal demanding that MEK agents who work in the parliament must be expelled. This followed a violent incident the previous week in which agents of MEK leader Maryam Rajavi – who was inside the building at the time – viciously beat a group of Iranian oppositionists who were leaving parliament after giving testimony to MEPs as witnesses of human rights violations in the MEK. The MEK agents were waiting to ambush them as they left the building. Such violence is intended to prevent MEK critics from speaking to parliament.

The MEK has a long history of infiltrating Western parliaments and, on a daily basis, stalking, harassing and intimidating the members of parliament, their researchers and other staff. This latest incident of violence has clearly crossed a line of democratic tolerance among MEPs who applauded the speech by Ms Gomes.

Parliamentary debate following the statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini – Iran nuclear deal

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Ana_Gomes_MEP_against_Maryam_Rajavi_ViolenceSpeaker: Ana Gomes, MEP (Portugal) S&D Group

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Full support for High Representative Mogherini’s efforts in implementing the nuclear agreement with Iran. Which is strategic for the EU and global security.

The EU should encourage Iran to play a responsible role in its region and beyond. In contrast with the Wahhabism fuelling terrorism and escalation by Saudi Arabia and proxies.

But the EU should also demand that Iran stop supporting militarily the butcher Assad in Syria.

The EU cannot also be silent about human rights concerns in Iran. But for being credible and effective it must not turn a blind eye to the provocative activities of sects such as the MEK – Mojahedin e Khalq – which act within this parliament and last week even physically assaulted an opponent just outside the parliament. This criminal act happened when the MEK leader Maryam Rajavi was in the parliament. I demand from President [Antonio] Tajani the expulsion of MEK agents who work at the EP building and premises. This is also a security matter for all of us. [applause]

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‘No Exit’ – Human Rights Abuses Inside the Mojahedin Khalq Camps – Human Rights Watch

Document on Mojahedin Khalq released by RAND (The Mujahedin-e Khalq in Iraq, A Policy Conundrum)

Under President Macron, France can play a pivotal role in Western relations with Iran

نمایندگان پارلمان اروپا جلسه بحث در مورد مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجویDebate in the European Parliament ‘What is to be done about the Iranian Mojahedin Khalq (MEK)?’

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Albanian Government opens a new military Terror Training Camp for Saddam’s Private Army 

MEK_Marym_Rajavi_Terror_Camp_Manez_Durres_AlbaniaRIMSE, December 04 2017:…  Three days ago the government through a decree signed by Premier Rama gave them a permission to construct a facility ( 200 000 square meters, 19 000 square meters of different buildings) some 12 Km north east of Durres, in the area of Manza. The facility is made of barracks, dormitories of a maximum capacity of 3 500 beds, first aid station, warehouses and depots included a totally … 

Mojahedin Khalq Terrorist Training Camp Ashraf 3 in AlbaniaMojahedin Khalq (Saddam’s Private Army, Rajavi cult) Terror Training Camp in Albania

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Albanian Government opens a new military Terror Training Camp for Saddam’s Private Army

MEK Mujahedins in Albania (Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult …)

The Iranian MEK Mujahedins in Albania up to now lived in rented dormitories in the outskirts of Tirana.

Three days ago the government through a decree signed by Premier Rama gave them a permission to construct a facility ( 200 000 square meters, 19 000 square meters of different buildings) some 12 Km north east of Durres, in the area of Manza.

The facility is made of barracks, dormitories of a maximum capacity of 3 500 beds, first aid station, warehouses and depots included a totally reinforced concrete and thick iron door armory, diesel back up generator hut, parking lot shed (a roofed parking lot) , a helioport of one big size copter capacity, small arms shooting ground, gym building, offices, three two floors villas, vehicles repair shed, common hall (recreation hall) of 300 persons capacity, two smaller conference rooms etc.

The walled compound will have two iron gates protected by two guards towers each gate. The wall will be 3,5 meters tall. I am sending you the official info made public by the government concerning the construction permission of the walled compound.

Këshilli Kombëtar i Territorit miratoi më 16 tetor 2017 dhe dy leje kompleksesh turistike:
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1. Leje zhvillimi për objektin: “Kompleks banimi, shërbimi dhe prodhimi për komunitetin iranian në Shqipëri”, me vendndodhje në [njësia administrative] Manëz, bashkia Durrës, me subjekt zhvillues shoqata “F.A.R.A”.

2. Miratimin e lejes së ndërtimit për Projektin “Ndërtimi i Kompleksit Turistik “41°N19°E”, në fshatin Shetaj, [ish-] komuna [sot: njësia administrative, bashkia Durrësi] Ishëm, Qarku Durrës, me subjekt kërkues shoqërinë “MW Plan” sh.p.k.

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احسان بیدی سیاوش رستارFormer MEK members petition the UNHCR in Albania (aka Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult, NCRI …)

Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton) exposing Maryam Rajavi’s MEK activities in Albania
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Will Prime Minister Edi Rama host ISIS terrorists in Albania? 

ISIS_MEK_Maryam_Rajavi_Tirana_Albania_TerrorismCity News, Tirana, Albania, November 26 2017:… During efforts to collect material for an investigative letter for a construction permit issued by the National Territorial Council for the ‘Iranian Mojahedin Khalq’ group known as the MEK, but officially granted to an NGO named FARA, (an extremely problematic issue for Albania and Albanians), we came across in the US media “Huffington Post” an article … 

ISIS ISIL Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult FlaqsMojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult, Saddam’s Private Army, were trained by Mossad to assassinate Iranian scientists 

تیرانا آلبانی مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی تروریسم فساد قاچاقAlbania’s Modern Slavery Problem Alienates Europe

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Will Prime Minister Edi Rama host ISIS terrorists in Albania?

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During efforts to collect material for an investigative letter for a construction permit issued by the National Territorial Council for the ‘Iranian Mojahedin Khalq’ group known as the MEK, but officially granted to an NGO named FARA, (an extremely problematic issue for Albania and Albanians), we came across in the US media “Huffington Post” an article titled “Albania’s Modern Slavery Problem Alienates Europe” written by British national Anne Singleton (Khodabandeh). The article deals in detail with the problem of Iranian MEKs sheltered in the outskirts of Tirana. Item link: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/albanians-modern-slavery-problem-alienates-europe_us_5a12eefae4b0e6450602ecfd

The article drew attention to a very problematic phrase: “The other [reason] is to empty the old university buildings in Tirana to make way for a new round of political slaves to take up residence. This time, families of Daesh fighters who have fled Iraq and Syria are rumoured to be ready to move to Albania on ‘humanitarian grounds’.”

According to the author of the article, Anne Singleton, the buildings of a private university in the suburbs of Tirana closed by the Rama government will be used instead of the Iranians some relocated members of the families of Daesh fighters (ISIS) who have fled from Iraq and Syria. This move will be for “humanitarian reasons”.

It is true that Albania as an ally of America accepted the US request to shelter no more than 10 Uighurs released from Guantanamo Prison, but many other countries from all over the world including microscopic states such as Nauru accepted such Uighurs just like Albania. It is true that the Berisha Government accepted several dozen members of the MEK in Albania, but with the clear American promise that other NATO countries would accept in their countries the rest of the MEK members who would leave Iraq. The Rama government, along with the chemical weapons cleaning deal with the Americans, in the absence of total transparency, admitted the arrival of all the MEKs in Albania.

Daesh in Albania

We personally believe that the survivors of Daesh terrorists killed in the battlefields in Iraq and Syria are likely to come to Albania. There are signs that young women and children or even babies of terrorist fathers are turning into an extraordinary mess for western countries, especially the US. The Rama government is likely to be silent about hosting in Albania the families of terrorists in exchange for even half a US pledge to close an eye to the hard and soft drugs that are produced and transited through Albania, money laundry and delivery of weapons, ammunition and explosives from Albania to European countries.

The Swedes managed to repatriate to Sweden, under diplomatic pressure, an ethnic Swedish teenager who, after falling in love with a terrorist, went to the ISIS territories and had two children with the terrorist who was killed 3 years later. The German authorities are determined to transfer to Germany some ethnic German nationals who ended up in ISIS territories along with their lovers. These Germans, including children, are in the Iraqi prisons and detention centers of Shiite militias in Iraq.

From the above two examples it emerges that serious Western states are trying to evacuate women and children who are their own citizens. Understandably, no German, French, Belgian, Swedish, Luxembourg or ethnic Albanian women, along with their children, will be killed after being with men or lovers killed as members of ISIS. Here will become home to terrorists who would be killed in places where their lives are endangered, or at least they would be imprisoned and tortured. All Tunisians and Moroccans, Azeris and Turkmen, Malaysian and Malaysian, Indonesian and Nigerian Nigerians (Niger) will arrive in Albania. etc. In the best case, they will come only from such nationalities. But with Belgian, French, Spanish, Italian, English, etc. nationalities not being admitted back into those EU countries because they are a threat to national security, supposedly those who threaten the safety of major European countries do not endanger the safety of such a country as Albania!!!!

Where is the risk?

They will not stay in Albania for weeks of months, but will stay for ever! After Rama becomes the Qammah, the old Latin saying in our case can be spelled out. With belan: family of killed terrorists let the governments of Post-Rama deal!

Most of the women of Daesh’s terrorists have done at least a rudimentary training in the use of combat weapons, explosives and explosive booby-traps. If this training will add to their experience in the battlefield, then their level of combat is higher not only than the police in the Tahiri era, but comparable to the capabilities of Albanian commando combat troops. We have seen in the documentaries and the propaganda photos in “Dabiq” magazine or the media “Hayat”, even 10-year-old children are forced to execute Daesh hostages. I ask the reader how many Albanian policemen did not kill, but just shot in the flesh one single time during their police career?!?!?!? Imagine a 10 to 12-year-old child who is traumatized by killing people for ISIS, or rapists sheltering in Albania where illegal weapons are still openly available!

The hypocrisy of the Rama Government

Prime Minister Edi Rama’s government is most likely to make an agreement to shelter victims of terrorists killed by ethnicities from all four corners of the world. But this government should not shy away from concern about the fate of Albanian women [wives] and children of terrorists killed in Iraq and Syria… Valbona Berisha, with her brain stunned by ISIS’s propaganda grabbed her boy (her third child), abandoned her ordinary immigrant partner in Italy and fled to Syria. Rama’s government made ZERO effort to find this miserable kid. The Italian law enforcement authorities, Italian diplomats in Damascus, Tehran, Beirut and Baghdad did what they could to recover the infant, and the foolish and criminal father and mother who were ethnic Albanians, but also lawful immigrants in Italy. When you’re not interested in getting the miserable child from the hell of Valbona Berisha, why the hell is he worrying about the widows and children of terrorists?!!?!? Why was Julia Sergio (Fatima), the terrorist spouse of Lushari terrorist Aldo Kobuzi, sent to Italy in January 2017 with the assistance of the border police of Vlora and was not given residence in Albania, but instead they ask to bring these widows and orphans of foreign terrorists here. Julia Serxhon was a bride from Albania, and we had an Italian group, why go away in Africa and Asia to bring widows and young kids of murdered terrorists?!?!?! The most likely answer is simply that the Prime Minister’s parliamentary seat should not expire in January 2018, but some 4 years later!

Other facts

There is a growing suspicion that Rama & Co. are negotiating … humanitarian shelter for the foreign families of ISIS terrorists killed in the ranks of ISIS because of the government’s “omertas”. By applying the rule of journalism to hear both sides of the issue, we addressed the question by SMS to Gjebrea, whose name is quoted in the article written by Anne Singleton. Ms. Gjebrea as the former Deputy Minister of the Interior Ministry answered us by SMS by suggesting, inter alia, that we should contact the councillor for internal affairs of the interior ministry. We contacted Bita’s Advisor by SMS on 20 November 2017. The SMS response was: “Mr. Thanasi! I receive info and write to you FLM!” An answer quite polytheistic and correct. On November 22 we again contacted Mr. Bita, because no response came from him for 2 days. We believe it enough to be informed whether there is any truth or not in the issue of transferring family members of terrorists to Albania. Until the evening of November 24, 2016, we asked but got no reply. This is typical for Mrs Rilindja for whom Rama flags up transparency over taxpayer money, but the matter of Daesh, “humanitarian” terrorists, does not!

Written for Citynews.al – Gjergj Thanasi

Postscript: We invite the reader to take courage and look at all 12 illustrative photos to better understand what refugees Mr Rama will, on an allegedly humanitarian basis, host in Albania.


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Tirana_today_Mafia_shqiptare_ndihmon_muxhehedinëtSCANDAL! Albanian Mafia Helps Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, Rajavi cult) Recruit Our Youth, Fears The EU

OLSI JAZEXHI AlbaniaDr Olsi Jazexhi: Double standards in Albania’s fight against terrorism 

Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton) exposing Maryam Rajavi’s MEK activities in Albania
https://youtu.be/yt-rXbs8014

 

Also read:
http://iran-interlink.org/wordpress/?p=9046

Warning: MEK moving members to a remote and isolated camp in Albania (aka Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult) 

Sahar Family Foundation, Tirana, Albania, November 19 2017:… For three days now, the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi cult) in Albania has been relocating its members to a remote and isolated camp in Albania which they have called the ‘Ashraf Three’ base after Camp Ashraf, the main MEK garrison in Iraq. The new base is surrounded by high walls and barbed wire to prevent the members from escaping. Since a long time ago … 

Muxhahedinet iraniane kercenojne lirine e medias, censurojne televizionin Ora NewsThe Mojahedin-Mafia coalition threatens media freedom, censorship of Ora News television
Muxhahedinet iraniane kercenojne lirine e medias, censurojne televizionin Ora News

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Warning: MEK moving members to a remote and isolated camp in Albania (aka Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult)

تیرانا آلبانی مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی تروریسم فساد قاچاق

For three days now, the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi cult) in Albania has been relocating its members to a remote and isolated camp in Albania which they have called the ‘Ashraf Three’ base after Camp Ashraf, the main MEK garrison in Iraq. The new base is surrounded by high walls and barbed wire to prevent the members from escaping.

Since a long time ago the Rajavi cult has been covertly establishing facilities far away from Tirana, or any other town or city, to which it can move its members and separate them from the outside world. The aim is to exert maximum control over them to enable further brainwashing them without interference. A remote and isolated place similar to Camp Ashraf in Iraq is an ideal place for coercive psychological manipulation because it allows the leaders to control the followers both physically and mentally.

At present, the MEK members in Tirana enjoy some limited access to the outside world. This is not tolerable for the cult. The cult leader Maryam Rajavi wants her followers captive all the time. If they have free access to the outside world they will realize they are continually being told lies and they will discover that there is a way out.

The method of controlling the members inside the MEK is mind manipulation which requires an isolated area from which the members cannot escape and gradually people forget about the free world and accept their lives in there.

Cults like the MEK do not allow their members access to uncensored news or information. If they are moved to this new base the situation will be even worse than it was for them in Iraq since they now know a lot more than they did before about the outside world and therefore the internal pressure and suppression will be more severe.

The cult has also forced members to sign documents to swear that they wish to move to the new place willingly and voluntarily and they have no right to leave the place ever. They are told that this is for their own safety and security which is not correct. In this way they are giving away their rights and freedom for the rest of their lives.

The members have also been given promises of excellent facilities and services which are all lies and even if any such privileges existed these do not replace family relations and contact with the outside world which the cult is denying.

For instance, is it not worse that the members will not have access to the internet and will not be able to contact their families? In Rajavi’s world one has to live isolated from the world and only listen to the cult leaders.

Sahar Family Foundation urges all humanitarian activists and organizations around the world to prevent this human catastrophe from happening and rescue these people from being deceived into a lifelong prison.

Sahar Family Foundation – Tirana  

November 18, 2017

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زهره قائمی فرمانده ترور صیاد شیرازیBBC: Who are the Iranian dissident group MEK? (Mojahedin Khalq, MKO, PMOI, …) 

همکاری مافیای آلبانی و مجاهدین خلق، فرقه رجوی Iran arrests MKO (Mojahedin Khalq, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult …) ringleader in Isfahan

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

امریکا علت حمله به عراق را پشتیبانی صدام از مجاهدین خلق اعلام کردHow do you explain this to the families of over 4000 US servicemen Killed in Iraq?

تعلیم دیدگان صدام مجاهدین خلق رجوی از عراق تا آلبانیAlbania’s destabilization? You have forgotten hundreds of Mojahedin!

Albania’s Anti-Trafficking Coordinator Elona Gjebrea praises Maryam Rajavi for keeping modern slaves in Tirana

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http://iran-interlink.org/wordpress/?p=8997

IMPAKT 97: Jihad 2.0? What are the Iranian Jihadis (MKO, Rajavi cult) doing in Albania? (part 2) 

MEK_Maryam_Rajavi_Human_Rights_Albania_DeffectorsGazeta Impakt, Tiran, Albania, November 07 2017:… Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh an ex-Iranian mojahedin gives the testimonies of three ex- mojahedins (Mojahedin Khalq: MEK, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult) members who have abandoned MKO in Albania. The mojahedin defectors show how they were recruited, brainwashed and kept in servitude by the Rajavi cult and how they gained their freedom from MEK.

آقایان بهمن اعظمی و سعدالله سیفی به همراه آقای عادل اعظمی Bahman Azami, Adel Azami and Saadallah Seyfi survivors of Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (MEK, Rajavi cult)

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IMPAKT 97: Jihad 2.0? What are the Iranian Jihadis (MKO, Rajavi cult) doing in Albania? (part 2)

https://youtu.be/9tWjpDHPktE

Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh an ex-Iranian mojahedin gives the testimonies of three ex- mojahedins (Mojahedin Khalq: MEK, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult) members who have abandoned MKO in Albania. The mojahedin defectors show how they were recruited, brainwashed and kept in servitude by the Rajavi cult and how they gained their freedom from MEK.

IMPAKT 98: Xhihad 2.0? Cfare duan xhihadistet iraniane ne Shqiperi? (pjesa 2)

Gazeta Impakt –
November 7, 2017

مصاحبه جداشدگان مجاهدین خلق در آلبانی

Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh nje qytetare britanike, ish xhihadiste iraniane sjell deshmite e tre ish-xhihadistesh iraniane (anetare te organizates te njohur si Mojahedin Khalq: MEK, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult. Keshilli i Rezistences Iraniane) te cilet kane braktisur organizaten e muxhahedineve ne Shqiperi. Dezertoret nga organizata xhihadiste tregojne sesi u radikalizuan, si u trushpelane dhe u mbajten si skllever nga kulti Raxhavi dhe sesi me pas fituan lirine nga organizata muxhahedine.

Emisioni eshte ne anglisht.

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Also read:
http://iran-interlink.org/wordpress/?p=8988

IMPAKT 97: Jihad 2.0? What are the Iranian Jihadis (MKO, Rajavi cult) doing in Albania? (part 1) 

Gazeta Impact MEK MKO NCRI Rajavi cult Tirana Albania Anne KhodabandehGazeta Impakt, Tiran, Albania, November 06 2017:… Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh an ex-Iranian mojahedin discusses with Dr. Olsi Jazexhi the presence of the Iranian mojahedin organization in Albania. The discussion is around the MKO, Daesh, FETO and other terrorist organizations that have recruited fighters in the Balkans and have used countries like Albania as a base against Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria. They discuss the history of MKO, the process of radicalization … 

Albania’s Anti-Trafficking Coordinator Elona Gjebrea Praises Maryam Rajavi For Keeping Modern Slaves In Tirana

ISIS ISIL Mojahedin Khalq Rajavi cult FlaqsGrooming Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, Rajavi cult) in Tirana part of bigger agenda for Albania

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IMPAKT 97: Jihad 2.0? What are the Iranian Jihadis (MKO, Rajavi cult) doing in Albania? (part 1)

https://youtu.be/WYEGkiTvyJc

Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh an ex-Iranian mojahedin discusses with Dr. Olsi Jazexhi the presence of the Iranian mojahedin (Mojahedin Khalq: MEK, MKO, NCRI, Rajavi cult) organization in Albania. The discussion is around the MKO, Daesh, FETO and other terrorist organizations that have recruited fighters in the Balkans and have used countries like Albania as a base against Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria. They discuss the history of MKO, the process of radicalization, the use of terror as weapon of choice in the Middle East and the reasons why the American government uses terrorism and supports organizations like MKO for its geostrategical interests in the Middle East. They debate the use by MKO of terms like the National Council of Resistance of Iran, democratic opposition of Iran etc to depict itself as a democratic organization, while this organization breaks the laws of Albania and calls for a violent war against a foreign country. The analysts ask why the Albanian government jails and “deradicalises” Albanian Suni jihadis who want to join the jihad in Syria, but tolerates the Iranian jihadis to call for war against Iran from Albania?

IMPAKT 97: Xhihad 2.0? Cfare duan xhihadistet iraniane ne Shqiperi? (pjesa 1)
Gazeta Impakt –
November 6, 2017

Gazeta Impact MEK MKO NCRI Rajavi cult Tirana Albania Anne Khodabandeh

Anne Singelton – Khodabandeh nje ish-moxhahedine iraniane diskuton me Dr. Olsi Jazexhi prezencen e xhihadisteve iraniane ne Shqiperi. Diskutimi perqendrohet perreth MKO-se, Daesh-it apo ISIS-it, FETO-s dhe organizatave te tjera terroriste qe kane rekrutuar luftetare ne Ballkan dhe kane perdorur vende sikur Shqiperia si baze per te sulmuar vende sikur Turqia, Irani, Iraku dhe Siria. Diskutohet historia e MKO-se, procesi i radikalizimit, perdorimi i terrorizmit si arme gjeostrategjike ne Lindjen e Mesme, dhe arsyet pse administrata amerikane mbeshtet organizatat sikur MKO per qellimet e saj ne Lindjen e Mesme. Debatohet perdorimi nga MKO i termave sikur the National Council of Resistance of Iran (Keshilli Kombetar i Rezistences ne Iran), opozita demokratike e Iranit etj per ta treguar kete organizate si demokratike, ne nje kohe qe kjo organizate thyen ligjet e Shqiperise dhe ben thirrje per xhihad kunder nje vendi te huaj.

Analistet pyesin pse qeveria shqiptare burgos dhe “deradikalizon” shqiptaret myslimane qe flasin per xhihad dhe duan te shkojne ne xhihad ne Siri, por toleron xhihadistet iraniane per te bere thirrje per lufte kunder Iranit nga Shqiperia?

Emisioni eshte ne gjuhen angleze.

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