Author: Hassan Heyrani

Hassan Heyrani

Hassan Heyrani is currently resident in Tirana, Albania after escaping from the MEK there. He is an outspoken critic of the MEK and has recounted his own story in various international media, as well as revealing information from inside the MEK camp which arises from a network of members and former members who are in contact.



Changes in Albania ; Gjergji Thanasi Told Families

Posted on: 2022/01/23

ASILA and Nejat, January 23 2022:… Referring to the harsh conditions of living in the closed camp of the MEK, Thanasi said to the families that we should help the MEK members to release themselves, otherwise the alternative for them would be to stay at Ashraf and die because of Covid 19. “I have published a lot of photos of graves of the people died in Ashraf Camp because of lack of medical helps.” Changes in Albania ; Thanasi Told Families 

Covid-19 In MEK Camp – Needs Urgent Intervention

Posted on: 2020/12/17

Survivors of MEK in Albania, December 17 2020:… We would like to inform you that we, a group of former members of the MEK Organization, are concerned about the situation of our former friends who are currently members of the MEK. During the outbreak of COVID-19, the organization keeps its members in a closed area, which makes the conditions more dangerous for the spread of this disease among people. Covid-19 In MEK Camp – Needs Urgent Intervention 

MEK’s Virus Removal in Quarantine and the Overthrow Joke

Posted on: 2019/04/16

Hassan Heyrani, Tirana, Albania, April 16 2019:… Maryam Rajavi told them that ‘with this situation and the conditions that the regime has been going through for up to a year and a half, we will see that the regime cannot continue and it’s over, over, over …’ After her speech, one of the members called Mohammad Ali Agahi stood up and asked, ‘Sister Maryam, why are you lying to us about this’.

Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, Rajavi cult) in Albania – Inside view

Posted on: 2019/04/11

Hassan Heyrani, Tirana, Albania, April 11 2019:… The cost for a smuggler to transfer one person is between 3 and 4 thousand euros or more. So, the cult made indirect contact with a smuggler and told him ‘we have a lot of people to move so reduce the price to 2.5 thousand euros each’. A group of these people have now arrived. Behrooz Ghorbani, an Iranian priest in Norway, is behind this project and is one of the cult’s mercenaries (in the MEK’s pay). I should mention that I previously spoke to this priest from the International Church in Tirana before I found out who he really is. Ghorbani is trying to raise money to smuggle people out of Albania.