Albania and Iranian MEK , A marriage Made in the US

Albania and Iranian MEK , A marriage Made in the US

Albania and Iranian MEKChristian Mamo, Emerging Europe, August 11 2021:…  “Albania will continue to host the MEK paramilitary base on its soil for as long as the Americans need them to,” says Olsi Jazexhi. “If one day the United States makes peace with Iran, MEK will be forgotten, dismantled, de-radicalised and its remaining members will finally live a peaceful civilian life. But for the time being they are useful and good terrorists which Albania must host.” Albania and Iranian MEK , A marriage Made in the US 

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Albania and Iranian MEK , A marriage Made in the US 

Albania and Iran’s dissident MEK: A marriage made in the US

Could hosting a banned Iranian dissident group compromise Albania’s security?

Some 30 kilometres west from Albania’s capital Tirana, nestled between a mountain range and the Adriatic Sea, lies the town of Manëz.

With a population of roughly 7,000 and picturesque views in every direction, it is a typical Albanian town, save for one fact: it hosts Camp Ashraf-3, the base of Iranian dissident group known as the People’s Mujahedin of Iran.

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Going by its Farsi acronym of MEK, the group has had a presence in Albania since at least 2013. In its heyday, it was one of the main groups struggling against the imperial regime in Iran, playing a major role in the 1979 revolution before falling out with the newly-established Islamic Republic led by Ayatollah Khomeini.

Over time, the group’s significance diminished.

Currently, roughly 3,000 members of MEK are estimated to live in Camp Ashraf-3, a heavily fortified compound. The camp’s perimeter is lined with Iranian flags and guarded by Albanian private security.

And although the group gets little mainstream attention, it has actively been courted by powers hostile to Iran, primarily the United States. MEK’s leader, Maryam Rajavi (wife of one of the group’s founders, Massoud Rajavi, presumed dead since 2003) has met with prominent US politicians such as Rudy Giuliani, John Bolton and the late John McCain. An annual conference hosted by the MEK in Paris regularly draws visitors from various right-wing European political parties.

Despite this support, the group has next to no credibility in Iran, according to Houchang Chahabi, an Iranian-born professor of international relations at Boston University.

“They have been politically irrelevant in Iran since at least the mid-1980s, and have little to no domestic support,” says Professor Chahabi.

This raises the question of why Albania of all countries would drag itself into one of the world’s most tense geopolitical standoffs, between the United States and Iran, by agreeing to host a tiny, fanatical armed group, which until 2012 was designated as a terrorist group by the United States and most of the European Union.

Now described by various sources as a cult, a cartel, a dangerous extremist group, the group’s presence may even represent a threat to Albanians.

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From revolutionaries to cult

MEK was founded in the 1960s by radical students opposed to Shah Reza Pahlavi. With an ideology combining Shia Islamism with Marxism, throughout the 1970s the group staged dozens of often suicidal attacks on security forces, as well as targeting western-owned hotels, airlines and oil companies.

During the 1979 revolution, they were crucial in the final gun battles against the Shah’s police. However, it did not take long for things to sour between the various factions involved in the revolution. The Ayatollah Khomeini-led Islamist faction ended up seizing most of the political power.

Following massive street protests organised by the MEK, the Islamic Republic cracked down hard on the group, executing thousands of supporters and driving many to flee across the border to Iraq, where they were hosted and armed by Saddam Hussein.

Tens of thousands MEK members participated in the Iran-Iraq War, fighting alongside the Iraqi military which was indiscriminately bombing Iranian cities and using banned chemical weapons. This caused what credibility they had left in Iran – and clearly they used to have a lot, as evidenced by their massive support during the revolution and the post-revolutionary period – to dissipate.

An attempted incursion into Iran in 1988 by an 8,000-strong mechanised MEK force, at the closing stages of the Iran-Iraq War, ended in crushing defeat. The group began resembling more of a cult than a political party – the 1988 defeat was partially blamed on members being too distracted by “trivialities” like love, friendship and parenthood to be zealous enough fighters.

Throughout the 1990s, MEK helped Saddam Hussein brutally quell uprisings in the aftermath of the first Gulf War, implicating themselves in some horrendous atrocities, particularly against Kurds.

Following the toppling of Saddam Hussein in 2003, the MEK began piquing the interest of US hawks. It had toppled hostile regimes in Iraq and Afghanistan with ease, and the insurgencies which would end up bogging it down had yet to fully take off. It was widely believed that Iran would be the next country on the list – and the MEK looked like convenient on-the-ground partners.

However, events in Iraq took an unanticipated turn. The country’s post-Saddam government forged closer ties with Iran, particularly under the leadership of Nouri al-Maliki. Between 2009 and 2013, Iraqi security forces raided MEK compounds multiple times, killing over 100 members.

This alarmed the MEK’s western sponsors which began looking for alternative countries to base the group in. They reached out to several of their Eastern European partners, with Romania identified as an ideal location. However, only one country responded to the request positively: Albania.

MEK officially renounced violence and between 2013 and 2016, between three and five thousand members were relocated to Albania, with the help of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), overseen by the governments of Sali Berisha and Edi Rama.

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Violation of sovereignty?

Few even within Albania know of MEK’s existence. Those that do have asked questions about the implications of hosting such a group: fears were raised that the presence of the MEK forces Albania to inherit a decades-long struggle between a major regional power in the Middle East and a terrorist group with cult-like characteristics, at the behest of the United States.

However, Professor Olsi Jazexhi, an Albanian historian and lecturer at the International Islamic University of Malaysia, believes that there is little immediate security threat to Albania as a result of the group’s presence.

“Iran has attacked MEK terrorists in the past in Iraq, however at present it cannot do anything against MEK in Albania. Albania is a NATO member country and its security is guaranteed by the Americans,” he says.

Dr Zijad Bećirović, director of the International Institute for Middle Eastern and Balkan Studies in Ljubljana agrees with this view.

“Iran does not attach much importance to this group. Albania is a member of NATO and Iran would not want to risk a confrontation,” Dr Bećirović tells Emerging Europe.

This may be particularly true in light of how MEK renounced violence as a precondition of its relocation to Albania. Now, according to interviews conducted by The Guardian with MEK defectors, members spend most of their time posting propaganda comments on online forums demonising the Iranian government.

Furthermore, the group appears to have fallen far from its heyday as one of the trailblazers of the Iranian revolution to becoming something not unlike a cult.

Members are forced to divorce their spouses upon joining. Celibacy is strictly enforced, and daily, members have to confess their sexual urges in front of their peers. Dozens of women have allegedly been sterilised by the group’s doctors under false pretences, presumably to sever them from “distractions” such as raising children.

Dr Bećirović believes that the US clearly played a major role in bringing the group to Albania.

“Albania is a reliable ally of the United States. This was also shown in how Albania hosted prisoners of war from Afghanistan captured by the United States. It is quite certain that the MEK would not have come to Albania without the mediation or role of the United States.”

However, despite this, Bećirović acknowledges that Albania also has its own interests in hosting the MEK. “In this way, Albania strengthens its role in the region and international relations and its position with the United States and western allies.”

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‘The US runs Albania’

Others, like Olsi Jazexhi, see the whole situation as evidence of American hegemony over Albania.

“Albania today is ruled by the US embassy in Tirana. The embassy vets our politicians – like the Guardian Council in Iran – and it decides which politicians enter parliament or not. The hosting of MEK in Albania is not an Albanian affair, but an American-Israeli affair.”

However, lately, the MEK has been back on the Iranian government’s radar. In November 2020, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a senior official in Iran’s controversial nuclear programme, was assassinated. Some local news reports indicated that over 60 people were involved in the assassination.

Iranian government sources blamed the assassination on MEK, acting in conjunction with Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. The unconfirmed reports of there being several dozen people involved in the operation indicate a high level of collusion between locals and the architects of the assassination. MEK has demonstrated its members’ zeal, fanaticism, and willingness to collaborate with enemies of Iran – it would not be preposterous to suggest that they may have played a part in the killing.

The incident also echoed how during a string of assassinations of Iranian nuclear scientists from the late 2000s to the early 2010s, the Iranian government persistently claimed the involvement of MEK sleeper cells.

Regardless of whether or not the MEK were involved in the assassinations, it is clear that they have been identified as the United States’ partner in Iran, should anything happen between the two countries.

This, however you slice it, means that the group is actively collaborating with a country that has been persistently hostile to Iran for over four decades.

And that means that as long as tensions remain between the US and Iran, MEK will continue to be useful to its patrons – meaning Albania will continue hosting them.

“Albania will continue to host the MEK paramilitary base on its soil for as long as the Americans need them to,” says Olsi Jazexhi.

“If one day the United States makes peace with Iran, MEK will be forgotten, dismantled, de-radicalised and its remaining members will finally live a peaceful civilian life. But for the time being they are useful and good terrorists which Albania must host.”

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After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens Albanians

After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens AlbaniansD. Olsi Jazexhi, Tiranan, Albania, September 01 2020:… The ex-terrorist Mujaheden el-Halk organization has attacked Olsi Jazexhi and Gjergji Thanasi two Albanian journalists who investigate the illegal and terrorist activities of MEK from Albania. They level a number of accusations against Olsi. He responds to all these accusations and invites the Mojahedin military command and their supreme jihadi leader Maryam Rajavi to face Olsi in a public debate about their criminal and illegal activities in Albania. After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens Albanians

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After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens Albanians

Olsi Jazexhi responds to threats @ slander that Maryam Rajavi and her ex-terrorist gang make to him

The ex-terrorist Mujaheden el-Halk organization has attacked Olsi Jazexhi and Gjergji Thanasi two Albanian journalists who investigate the illegal and terrorist activities of MEK from Albania. They level a number of accusations against Olsi. He responds to all these accusations and invites the Mojahedin military command and their supreme jihadi leader Maryam Rajavi to face Olsi in a public debate about their criminal and illegal activities in Albania.

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EU Denies Rajavi Entry – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 28, 2020

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultIran Interlink, August 28 2020:… Now Rajavi is trying to escape this mess. Some days ago, she attempted to return to France, where she had previously had her headquarters, but was turned back. Rajavi was expelled from France and MEK activity severely curtailed two years ago after several incidents – including a suspicious bomb plot in 2017 – caused EU security services to reassess the risk of hosting this maverick group. Rajavi joined the bulk of MEK members in Albania and established a new headquarters there. EU Denies Rajavi Entry – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 28, 2020 

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EU Denies Rajavi Entry – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 28, 2020

After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens Albanians

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cultFollowing the humiliating failure to force the illegal deportation of former MEK member Ehsan Bidi from Albania, reports indicate that Maryam Rajavi is facing difficulty containing doubt and criticism among the members in the Manez camp. Rajavi boasts to the members that she can order the Albanian establishment to fulfil her demands because she is backed by the CIA. So confident was she of her powers that she had already published news of Bidi’s deportation on her websites – pages she was forced to quickly retract, though not before implicating herself in the plot along with some of Albania’s corrupt politicians and officials. The members felt the crushing blow of being betrayed and deceived.

Now Rajavi is trying to escape this mess. Some days ago, she attempted to return to France, where she had previously had her headquarters, but was turned back. Rajavi was expelled from France and MEK activity severely curtailed two years ago after several incidents – including a suspicious bomb plot in 2017 – caused EU security services to reassess the risk of hosting this maverick group. Rajavi joined the bulk of MEK members in Albania and established a new headquarters there.

EU Denies Rajavi Entry – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 28, 2020

In 2003, when Rajavi and her leading lieutenants were arrested on terrorism charges in France, it was not possible to deport her because the MEK was based in Iraq which was deemed unsafe. However, now that Rajavi and the MEK members are established in the NATO country of Albania, it has been possible to refuse her entry to the EU. The fact that Rajavi is building an even bigger MEK base near Tirana International (aka Rinas) Airport has alerted EU security services to the danger of creating a ‘bridge’ by allowing Rajavi and other members to move freely between Albania and France and the rest of Europe. Although the MEK is no longer on the EU terrorism list, the group is still regarded in security circles as a dangerous, violent extremist entity.

However, it is not only Rajavi who is trying to escape Albania and seek refuge in the west. Her top lieutenants, Mehdi Abrishamchi and Mohammad Mohaddessin have tried to make their way to the United States. It is known that Abrishamchi was turned away. Even though the top MEK members use a multiple of passports with fake identities it appears that the security services in Albania, the EU and the US have enough intelligence to thwart these tricks.

What is significant in these attempts is why they are happening now. In spite of being strictly forbidden, several members have contact with the outside world. Their reports are of disillusionment and despair among the members at every level. The Ehsan Bidi debacle is the latest in a series of disturbing and unpalatable events in the group’s recent history. In this case, experts and observers are getting indications of a breakdown in order in the camp which may be difficult to recover from. No wonder Rajavi is lining up an escape route.

EU Denies Rajavi Entry – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 28, 2020

After Being Deported From EU, Maryam Rajavi Threatens Albanians

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Maryam Rajavi In Hiding – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 21, 2020

Maryam Rajavi In Hiding - Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 21, 2020Iran Interlink, August 22 2020:… Former MEK member Ehsan Bidi defied a plot by Maryam Rajavi to have him illegally deported. He is now enjoying a free life in Tirana with his friends and supporters. Meanwhile, Maryam Rajavi and her MEK lieutenants are in hiding. Rajavi has tried to deflect attention away from this by mobilizing the cohort of non-member, paid MEK-paid sympathisers who live in the west, to mount a feeble social media attack on her critics. This quickly fizzled out. Internally, the Manez camp is chaos. Everyone is demoralised because they ‘couldn’t even deport Ehsan Bidi from Albania’. Maryam Rajavi In Hiding . 

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Maryam Rajavi In Hiding – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 21, 2020 

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cult++ Former MEK member Ehsan Bidi defied a plot by Maryam Rajavi to have him illegally deported. He is now enjoying a free life in Tirana with his friends and supporters. Meanwhile, Maryam Rajavi and her MEK lieutenants are in hiding. Rajavi has tried to deflect attention away from this by mobilizing the cohort of non-member, paid MEK-paid sympathisers who live in the west, to mount a feeble social media attack on her critics. This quickly fizzled out. Internally, the Manez camp is chaos. Everyone is demoralised because they ‘couldn’t even deport Ehsan Bidi from Albania’. Rajavi boasts that she can order anything to happen because the CIA backs them, and the Albanian government supports them, etc. But the fact that Rajavi is in Albania shows that, as much as they want to deny it, she has been deported first from Iraq and now from the EU and she has nowhere else to go. MEK’s reaction has been to place three paid articles in the Washington Times in the space of a week. Two by her lobbyists and one under her own name. This is interpreted as Rajavi simply saying ‘I am alive!’ Inside the camp, talking about Ehsan Bidi is banned. (There is a list of subjects – including asking where is Massoud Rajavi? – that are forbidden to talk about.) You will be punished if you talk about him. Instead, the MEK have republished things from the so-called members of the NCRI, each one praising Massoud and Maryam Rajavi and their bravery, saying that if it wasn’t for this bravery, things would have been much worse. But in fact the NCRI doesn’t really have members, so they are dragging people from out of their ‘graves’ who used to be associated with the NCRI, but whom nobody has heard about for twenty years, and adding a title, like doctor or professor to their name. One such individual is known to have been in a psychiatric hospital all this time. The MEK’s level is now this. Before it was McCain, Giuliani, Bolton, etc. Now it’s just the cheapest lobbyists and some ‘dead’ Iranian has-beens. Many commentators putting all this together have predicted that the MEK is finished and can’t come back from this. No matter what they do, they can’t come back.

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++ Four MEK members died in Albania this week. Rajavi refuses to allow any officials or authorities into the camp, whether medical or local council. For this reason, it is impossible to know what caused their deaths and whether they had COVID-19. Since there are no qualified or registered doctors in the camp, it is not known if anything could have been done to save their lives. Rajavi’s refusal to let anyone in is the same as when the MEK were in Iraq under the auspices of UNAMI. Rajavi is afraid that if officials and authorities go in, members will jump on them and beg them to help them leave.

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++ Exit and other Albanian media reported on a Press Conference held to explain events which took place around the foiled plot to have former MEK member Ehsan Bidi illegally expelled from the country. Bidi was due to speak to reporters at Tirana International Hotel. However, “the hotel cancelled at the last minute, citing orders from the police. Exit called the hotel and asked what reason the police gave for cancelling the conference, and they said it was due to COVID-19 protocols.” Instead, the reporters gathered in the open air in Skanderbeg Square, which attracted even more attention.

++ Nejat Society, which represents estranged families of MEK members, reported that families in Ardabil province in Iran protested to Albania in a letter issued to the Albanian Interior Minister, against the treatment of a former member of MEK, Ehsan Bidi, in that country. The families pointed out that they are trying to get in contact with their loved ones in the MEK camp in Manez. The unfriendly attitude of the Albanian government is causing concern: “it should be noted that our children and loved ones arrived in Albania as asylum seekers in agreement with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, and we expect the Albanian government to respect the rights of asylum seekers in accordance with international law. Unfortunately, what we are witnessing today is a clear violation of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) rules, including cutting off the monthly pensions of former members and not issuing identity documents to them in accordance with international standards. Finally, we, the families, expect the Albanian government to provide security for those who break away from the MEK in this country so that they can live in peace and freedom in a country that claims democracy, freedom of expression and is on the verge of joining the European Union.”

Maryam Rajavi In Hiding – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Aug 21, 2020

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Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion

Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion 1Iran Interlink, August 13 2020:… Although Ehsan Bidi was officially free, elements in the Albanian government’s mafia apparatus and the US, Israeli, and Saudi embassies that the MEK had approached, prevented them from giving him this freedom, and were instead constantly trying to force him to leave Albania.  Finally, today he was taken in a car to the Greek border. Greek border guards prevented their car from entering Greece, completely closing the border. Consequently, the Albanian government agents left Bidi in a completely uninhabited area between the two counties with his belongings but without any food or water. This is the last point at which there has been news of Ehsan Bidi. Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion 

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Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion

The Rajavi Cult in collaboration with corrupt elements in the Albanian government against an Iranian asylum seeker

Why are the MEK and the Albanian government so afraid of Ehsan Bidi?

Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion 1

Iranian asylum seeker Ehsan Bidi has been illegally detained for a year without charge, without trial and without the right to visitation. This was after he had previously been accepted as a refugee in Albania and even had a residence and work permit.

Ever since Ehsan Bidi, a former member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization, was arrested, he has been under intense pressure to leave Albania voluntarily, but he resisted and refused to sign any confession. The pressure of the Albanian government, in full cooperation with the MEK, on the one hand, and the efforts of lawyers and a number of Albanian citizens who were constantly threatened by MEK elements, on the other hand, marked the battle of captivity and freedom during one year.

It is interesting that the same officials who arrested Ehsan Bidi and kept him in prison illegally are now accused of corruption, bribery and illegal actions in several cases. These corrupt officials worked in full complicity with the Rajavi terrorist cult.

Today, Thursday 13 August 2020, Ehsan Bidi was finally released after a year of illegal detention. In this regard, the Rajavi cult, which considered itself the main loser, under the name of “Security and Counter-Terrorism Commission of the National Council of Resistance”, revealed its weakness and false rhetoric by labelling every person and agency that had supported Bidi as ‘Iran’s intelligence agents’.

Although Ehsan Bidi was officially free, elements in the Albanian government’s mafia apparatus and the US, Israeli, and Saudi embassies that the MEK had approached, prevented them from giving him this freedom, and were instead constantly trying to force him to leave Albania.  Finally, today he was taken in a car to the Greek border.

Greek border guards prevented their car from entering Greece, completely closing the border. Consequently, the Albanian government agents left Bidi in a completely uninhabited area between the two counties with his belongings but without any food or water. This is the last point at which there has been news of Ehsan Bidi.

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Ehsan Bidi was left in the neutral zone between Albania and Greece without the slightest means of helping himself. It has been essentially proven that the corrupt elements in the government of Edi Rama and his Saudi and Zionist supporters are no better than the Rajavi cult, and they are all involved in committing crimes.

The Greek authorities announced that they have closed the border and prevented them from entering. Lawyers and former MEK members in Albania, and even members of the Albanian parliament and a number of journalists, are trying to locate Ehsan and return him back to Albania, and some have travelled to the border for this purpose.

Terror has gripped Rajavi’s criminal den. Whenever this criminal and treacherous cult talks about a terrorist conspiracy, it is clear that it is itself carrying out a terrorist conspiracy. What will an organization that does this to its helpless former member simply because he has expressed dissatisfaction, do with serious opponents and critics? With each passing day, the hands of these evil elements, who are hired by one of the enemies of Iran and Iranians time to time, become more and more exposed.

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