Author: Nejat NGO

Nejat NGO
Nejat NGO

Nejat Society was founded by some of the former members of the cult to release the friends who are still mentally and physically captured in Rajavi’s Cult, in Albania – Tirana, assisting their offended families waiting for them in Iran.

Email: Nejat@iran-interlink.org

Website: http://www.nejatngo.org

World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania

Posted on: 2021/01/27

Nejat Society, Tehran, January 27 2021:… As the president of the World Health Organization, I also ask you as well as the Albanian government to intervene in the situation of the spread of the Corona virus in the MEK camp in Albania and to examine their health status. As you know, the coronavirus can spread rapidly in closed environments and in the group living such as in the MEK camp in Albania, which inflicts irreparable damage. I also urge you to ask the officials of the MEK to allow my brother to contact my family. World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania 

MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

Posted on: 2021/01/21

Nejat Society, January 21 20201:… My brother is currently stationed in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania. He was captured many years ago in the Iraq-Iran war, and we later learned that he had been transferred to Camp Ashraf by MEK forces. We have not met him in all these years, we have not even heard his voice and we have not received a letter from him. This is the ultimate wish of everyone to communicate with his brother and be informed of his condition.  MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID 

Who is a mercenary ? MEK or critics ?

Posted on: 2021/01/10

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, January 10 2021:… Two of the people who have recently labeled by the MEK propaganda as Iranian mercenaries are Dr. Olsi Jazexhi, the Albanian Canadian historian who is interested in the cases of families of the MEK members in the group’s camp in Albania and Gjergji Thanasi, a journalist who pursues the case of MEK’s illegal activities in the Albanian territory. Dr. Jazexhi has made efforts to voice the complications against families’ desire to visit their loved ones in the MEK. Who is a mercenary ? MEK or those who criticize them ? 

Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Posted on: 2021/01/09

Nejat Society, January 09 2020:…  Mr. Mohammad Aq Atabai, whose brother Hamid Mohammad Aq Atabai is being held in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, has lodged a complaint against the Albanian government to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances under the UN Convention against the Protection of All Persons against Forced disappearance. While explaining his brother’s story, he asked the committee to find him and provide the possibility to connect him.. Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances 

MEK and Children – Yaser Akbarinasab and Marjan Akbarian

Posted on: 2021/01/07

Nejat Society, January 07 2020:… Her organizational name was Faezeh. She was living with her parents in Camp Ashraf when, in 1990, the leaders of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI) separated her from them and sent her to Europe together with seven hundred children of the MEK. The same as many other MEK children, Marjan was then sent back to Camp Ashraf to get trained as a member of the group’s militia. MEK and Children – Yaser Akbarinasab and Marjan Akbarian 

MEK and Children – Saeed Khoshhal

Posted on: 2020/12/22

Nejat Society, December 21 2020:… In 1985, Saeed was only one year old when his parents took him to Iraq, after a year of clandestine living in Iran. They crossed the Iranian border through Kurdistan Mountains to join the camp of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO, MEK, PMOI, Cult of Rajavi) in Iraq. His mother Zahra Hosseini was not a member of the MEK before she got married with his father Mehdi Khoshhal, but the precarious marriage trapped the entire family in the cult-like structure of MEK. MEK and Children – Saeed Khoshhal 

MEK expertise in terror and civil unrest

Posted on: 2020/12/18

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, December 18 2020:… It was just a few weeks ago that the disappeared leader of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MEK/ MKO/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi), Massoud Rajavi elaborated a message admitting the killing of seventeen thousand Iranians. “Approving the seventeen thousand casualties of the regime in the battle against the Mujahedin Khalq first of all indicates the longtime and continuing fight between the MEK and the religious fascism,” Rajavi addressed the Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei who had criticized the French government for sheltering the MEK as a terrorist group that has had the blood of seventeen thousand Iranians on its hands. MEK expertise in terror and civil unrest

MEK’s expertise in civil unrest and terror acts every where

Posted on: 2020/12/10

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, December 10 2020:… The MEK’s malicious attitudes can always be a big obstacle in normalizing and stabilizing relation between nations. That is why the President Biden’s ex-adviser on Middle East affairs, Daniel Benaim suggests the US’s next administration to relocate the MEK in Ethiopia or somewhere on the shores of the Red Sea in order to reduce tensions with the Iranian government. His argument is accurately based on the MEK’s expertise in a variety of illegal acts. MEK’s expertise in civil unrest and terror acts every where 

MEK Footprint In Assassination Of Iranian Nuclear Scientists

Posted on: 2020/11/30

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, November 30 2020:… The assassination of the Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh once more draws attentions to the long-time record of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO, MEK, PMOI, Cult of Rajavi) as a terrorist group that has been involved in numerous terrorist attacks against the Iranian political and military authorities and more recently the Iranian nuclear scientists. MEK Footprint In Assassination Of Iranian Nuclear Scientists 

MEK and Children – Alan Mohammadi

Posted on: 2020/11/27

Nejat Society, November 27 2020:… In a very detailed article about Alan, Nasrin Ebrahimi a female defector of the MEK writes: “Alan had a very disastrous life, from vagrancy in Kurdestan to homelessness in Europe. She had gone to the MEK’s school in Europe and had been adopted by a variety of Iranian and German families. She was abused as a child labor by the MEK both in Europe and Iraq. Rajavi victimized this 15 year-old girl for his own ambitions.” MEK and Children – Alan Mohammadi .