Author: 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.

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MEK baby sitter testify on violation of children’s rights in the group

Posted on: 2021/11/30

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, November 30 2021:… Zahra Moini, former member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MEK/ MKO/ PMOI/ NCRI/ Cult of Rajavi) was in charge of taking care of the children who have been smuggled by the MEK agents from Iraq to Germany during the first Gulf war. Zahra Moini got to know about the MEK immediately after she married her ex-husband, a member of the MEK, in Iran. In 1987, the newlyweds, Zahra and her husband joined the MEK in Iraq where they received military trainings and were made to attend cross border operations against Iranian forces. MEK baby sitter testify on violation of children’s rights in the group 

Prosecution of Mujahedin-Khalq MEK in ICC, Families demand

Posted on: 2021/11/09

Nejat Society, Tehran, November 09 2021:… More than 1,700 awaiting families of nearly 700 captured members in the MEK camp in Albania, signed a petition to the International Criminal Court, to which a list of signatures was sent. Recently, 42 former members filed lawsuits against the leaders of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) led by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi in the judicial system of Iran. Prosecution of Mujahedin-Khalq MEK in ICC 

Nine Women Under The Rule Of Massoud Rajavi – Part One and Two

Posted on: 2021/11/07

Nejat Society, November 07 2021:… Maryam Sanjabi who escaped the MEK’s notorious base, Camp Ashraf, in Iraq in 2011, recounts the stories of these women under the abusive ruling of the MEK authorities: A sample of  nine women in Rajavi cult … Saeedeh Keyhani. She was an educated girl who had graduated from a university in the United States. She had been transferred from the US to Iraq in the early 2000s. She could speak English well. She worked as translator for the MEK.

Nine Women Under The Rule Of Massoud Rajavi – Part One

Posted on: 2021/11/03

Nejat Society, November 03 2021:… Former member of the group writes of nine women of hundreds who were oppressed under the cult-like structure of the group. Maryam Sanjabi who escaped the MEK’s notorious base, Camp Ashraf, in Iraq in 2011, recalls the stories of these women under the abusive ruling of the MEK authorities. In her recent article she writes of a large number of female members of the group who were under severe suppression in the group although they were allegedly members of the MEK’s so-called Elite council. A sample of  nine women in Rajavi cult

Kidnaped By Mujahedin Slaved By Saddam

Posted on: 2021/10/24

Nejat Society, October 24 2021:… When we arrived in Camp Ashraf, a number of female commanders of the MEK received us. To our surprise, they gave us some military uniforms! We asked, ‘why’. We were answered ‘you are a member of Mujahedin Khalq now’. We protested and asked to leave the group but exit was forbidden. They said ‘You know Camp Ashraf now. We cannot let you go. If you really want to go, we will submit you to Iraqi police and they will jail you as spies and eventually you will be sentenced to at least eight years of imprisonment. Kidnaped By Mujahedin Slaved By Saddam 

Families Welcome Ehsan Bidi , denounce Rajavi plots in Albania

Posted on: 2021/10/21

Nejat Society, October 21 2021:… Former member of the Mujahedin Khalq, Ehsan Bidi, was released from jail in Albania. Although the Albanian police had not explained his charge, he was kept in jail for two years. Ehsan Bidi was welcome by the defectors of the MEK in Tirana, Albania. They celebrated his freedom in a party in Hassan Heirani’s café, in Tirana. Some of the defectors living in Iran and a few of family members of the hostages in the MEK’s camps in Albania, also video called Ehsan Bidi congratulating him on his salvation from an unfair penalty. Families Welcome Ehsan Bidi , denounce Rajavi plots against survivors in Albania.  

Rafiq Dehghan Defects MEK

Posted on: 2021/10/12

Nejat Society, October 12 2021:… “For a period of time, I had to spy on defectors,” Rafiq admits. “Until the day I ran into Sarafraz in the Cafe. It was his birthday. I joined him and other defectors who were having a party in the Café but then I was punished by the MEK agents. They told me that I had passed the red line.” In order to punish him, MEK agents Javad Khorasan and Abdollah Tehrani forced him to sign a paper containing some fabricated information on the defectors accusing them of being agents of the Iranian intelligence. Rafiq Dehghan Defects MEK 

Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

Posted on: 2021/10/05

Nejat Society, October 05 2021:… “We had no news of Mohammad Mehdi from 1988 to 2003,” his brother Hossein Sabet Rostami says. “In 2003, some defectors of the group told us that Mohammad Mehdi was in the Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi).” Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

Sunday Times Report On MEK Camp In Albania – Action Talks Louder Than Words

Posted on: 2021/08/25

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, August 25 2021:… Matthew Campbell of the Sunday Times published a video report of inside the camp of the Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ NCRI/ Cult of Rajavi), in Albania, that he calls “a heavily guarded enclave in rural Albania”. The report is titled “Inside a secretive Iranian resistance camp”. Although many other journalists have so far reported of the curious cult-like life inside MEK’s camps, Campbell’s visit seems to be pre-organized by the group to serve it as a promotional report. Sunday Times Report On MEK Albania 

Nejat Members Online Conference to denounce MEK leaders

Posted on: 2021/08/08

Nejat Society, August 08 2021:… First day of a nationwide conference was broadcast by Nejat TV. Dozens of participants in the conference sought to peruse the international trial of MEK leaders. The five-day online conference started on August 7th, 2021. The conference was hosted by Ali Moradi former member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ cult of Rajavi) and an expert on the cult-like group. Ebrahim Khodabandeh chief executive officer of Nejat Society presented a summary of the judicial process of the complaint against the leaders of the MEK in the Iranian judiciary system and the peruse of the complaint in the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Nejat Members Online Conference to denounce MEK leaders