Author: American Herald Tribune
Posted on: 2020/06/29
Robert Fantina, American Herald Tribune, June 29 2020:… One group, the MEK (Mujahedin-e Khalq, or the People’s Muhajedin Organization of Iran), is one such opposition organization. It is a violent terrorist group that is currently supported by the U.S. government. Members of the MEK have never accepted the revolution, and on June 28, 1981, three years after the revolution, they bombed the Islamic Republic Party headquarters in Tehran. This horrendous crime was committed during a meeting of party leaders, and killed seventy-three people, including the Chief Justice, Ayatollah Mohammad Beheshti, who had been a leader in the revolution. When MEK Bombing Campaign Shocked The Iranian People
Posted on: 2020/03/12
Reza Alghurabi, American Herald Tribune, March 12 2020:… The Mojahedin-e Khalq (MeK) Organization, is an Iranian guerilla group listed as a terrorist organization by the European Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada until a few years ago. This terrorist group, which was relocated with more than 2,500 members to Albania in 2016, is among criminal organizations that has a long history of money laundering activities. On February 21th, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) announced that it has added Albania and five other countries to the countries under “increased monitoring”, otherwise known as the “grey list”. Hosting MEK Moves Albania To The FATF’s Grey List. How?
Posted on: 2020/01/05
Reza Alghurabi, American Herald Tribune, January 05 2020:… Early on December 31, Iranian news sources, as well as some anti-Iran groups, reported an explosion in front of the building of a construction institute affiliated with the IRGC. A few hours later, a spokesperson for the Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MEK, a.k.a MKO, NCRI, PMOI, etc.) claimed responsibility for the attack in an announcement. Some Iranian sources released footage of the building showing it was intact and denied the bombing. Some others, quoting informed sources, described the incident as merely a biker throwing a lit firecracker near the building. Has the MEK Re-Entered Its Military-Terrorist Phase?
Posted on: 2019/10/28
Reza Alghurab, American Herald Tribune, October 28 2019:… Albanian Police announced in a press briefing on Wednesday they have dismantled an ‘Iranian terrorist cell’ that allegedly planned an attack against the Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MEK, a.k.a MKO, NCRI), a controversial Iranian group with a history of conducting terrorist attacks against Iranian civilians in the 80s. The truth is Prime Minister Edi Rama’s government has long sought to join the EU to recover its public image after years of economic failure and widespread corruption. But so far, it has not been able to make any significant progress in meeting the EU requirements for accession. Albanian EU accession Bid Damaged By MEK Fake News Scandal
Posted on: 2019/07/22
Reza Alghurabi, American Herald Tribune, July 21 2019:… Listed for 17 years as a terrorist organization in the United States and the European Union, with various reports published about its violations of Human Rights and acts of violence and terror, the MEK enjoyed a significant increase in its activities during the first term of Prime Minister Edi Rama’s cabinet . The presence of the Mujahedin-e Khalq organization (MEK, a.k.a MKO, NCRI, PMOI), an exile Iranian group perceived by many experts as a terrorist cult, in a base around Tirana could also make Albania’s situation more complicated in its EU accession talks . MEK Terrorists in Albania Complicating Edi Rama’s EU Accession Talks .