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.

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WHO Albania ; MEK Families Write Their Concerns

Posted on: 2020/03/14

Nejat Society, Tehran, March 14 2020:… The MEK with this secrecy is now considered as a health and hygiene threat for Europe in general and for Albania in particular. Unlike the South Korean cult, the MEK consists fewer than 2,000 members. Most of these are contained in a closed camp to which Albanian authorities have no access. The authorities must hold the MEK leaders accountable. Leader Maryam Rajavi must allow full access and investigation into what is happening inside Camp Ashraf 3 and submit the members to Coronavirus testing. The WHO has a vital role to play in this situation. WHO Albania ; MEK Families Write Their Concerns

MEK Families Appeal To Intl. Human Right Bodies

Posted on: 2020/03/07

Nejat Society, Tehran, Marhc 07 2020:… My name is Narges Beheshti. My brother Mostafa Beheshti is a member of the Mojahedin-E Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA . . .) who is trapped in a remote isolated camp of the group in Albania. MEK is a terrorist cult supported by the Albanian government. The cult brainwashes the members and forces them into terrorism and crimes. My other brother Morteza Beheshti was also a member of the MEK living in the cult’s camp Ashraf in Iraq who was killed through a conflict. Both brothers left Iran for more income and a better life, but were deceived into joining the group. Morteza was married and had a son. My mother passed away recently. MEK Families Appeal To Intl. Human Right Bodies  

MEK love affairs with other Extremists

Posted on: 2020/03/03

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, March 03 2020:… Extremism means the advocacy of extreme measures or views. In the world of politics, extremist parties include far-left politics or far-right politics as well as radicalism, reactionism, fundamentalism and fanaticism. The Mujahein Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi, NCRI) can belong to all of the extremist agendas in the political spectrum. The MEK can be considered far left because their ideology is basically founded on the classless society of Marxism. They are reactionary and radicalistic because they believe in the most old-fashioned version of Islam that separates males and females, forces women to cover up, permits the leader of the group to practice polygamy. They exercise cult-like practices so they are fanatics who worship their disappeared leader Massoud Rajavi. MEK love affairs with other Extremists 

Gjergji Thanasi In Albanian Responds: Tell Families To Wait And Hope

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Nejat Society, March 03 2020:… As an Albanian who has extensive information about the MEK and their paramilitary facility near Manez town (Ashraf 3 Camp), I pity the rank and file MEK members who are little more than serfs to their lady owner, the old stateless harpy Maryam Rajavi! As an Albanian I consider Rajavi’s activity in Albania to be a threat to the national security of my homeland and a blatant violation of human rights of the poor cult members! Tell the families to wait and hope… Gjergji Thanasi In Albanian Responds: Tell Families To Wait And Hope .

MEK Members Terrified of Cult Pressure , “First admitted then denied”

Posted on: 2020/02/23

Nejat Society, February 23 2020:… Patrick Kingsley was one of the few foreigners who has been recently allowed to enter the headquarters of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MEK, MKO, PMOI, NCRI, the Cult of Rajavi). He is also one of the very few journalists who could manage to walk in the “Highly Secretive” base of the group near Tirana, Albania. During his report on the tour of newly built town, he was given the opportunity to observe the life of a few thousands Iranians living under the cult-like system of the Rajavis even though . MEK Members Terrified of Cult Pressure, “First admitted then denied”

To the international Human Rights Bodies

Posted on: 2020/02/13

Nejat Society, Tehran, February 13 2020:… Ms. Narges Beheshti wrote a letter and sent it to deferent UN and EU institutes and other international bodies alongside appropriate documents. The text of the letter is as follows: My name is Narges Beheshti. My brother Mostafa Beheshti is a member of the Mojahedin-E Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, NCR, NLA . . .) who is trapped in a remote isolated camp of the group in Albania. MEK is a terrorist cult supported by the Albanian government. The cult brainwashes the members and forces them into terrorism and crimes. My other brother Morteza Beheshti was also a member of the MEK living in the cult’s camp Ashraf in Iraq who was killed through a conflict. Both brothers left Iran for more income and a better life, but were deceived into joining the group. Morteza was married and had a son. To the international Human Rights Bodies 

MEK and Persian Culture

Posted on: 2020/02/10

Mazda Parsi, Nejat Society, February 10 2020:… Members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization are sort of immigrants; exiles who have founded their own colony under the rule of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi’s cult of personality. They are considered as an opposition against the Iranian government by western states and so a bargaining chip or a proxy force in their policies towards Iran. The role of the MEK in the hostile policies against Iran changes from time to time. Sometimes the shift in policies is spontaneous. At lightning speed, the State Department overturns an order prohibiting US diplomats from meeting controversial Iranian dissident groups including the MEK. But now the note is cancelled. MEK and Persian Culture 

JOSEP BORRELL , The High Representative of EU for Foreign Affairs

Posted on: 2020/02/06

Nejat Society, February 06 2020:… We write this so that your excellency, as the high representative for foreign affairs in the European Union where human rights is considered attentively, to assist us. We are looking for the most basic right that a human must have. We are only seeking to visit our children and close relatives. We have so far been deprived of the right and are anxious about their health. All relatives and family members here are expectant and await the kind assistance of the highest representative of EU in foreign affairs and of the international communities. Any cooperation in this regard shall be appreciated in advance. We anxiously await your kind assistance. JOSEP BORRELL, The High Representative of EU for Foreign Affairs

MEK Server of US Interest . Overt and Covert

Posted on: 2020/01/26

Nejat Society, Janaury 26 2020:… For those who have been involved with the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) or have studied its background from the early days of its foundation, it is clear that the group was founded as an anti-Imperialist movement against the Shah of Iran, in the 1960s. “Anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist and anti-American, MEK fighters killed scores of the Shah’s police in often suicidal street battles during the 1970s”, wrote Arron Merat in the Guardian. “The group targeted US-owned hotels, airlines and oil companies, and was responsible for the deaths of six Americans in Iran. “Death to America by blood and bonfire on the lips of every Muslim is the cry of the Iranian people,” went one of its most famous songs. “May America be annihilated.” MEK Server of US Interest . Overt and Covert

Will MEK Haunt Albania ?

Posted on: 2020/01/22

Nejat Society, January 22 2020:…  Albania backed the US attack to assassinate the Iranian general Qassem Soleiman, on the first days of January 2020. Whether Albania is a democratic country or not, it is now publicly supporting the terror of an Iranian official and advocating and sheltering the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) with a long history of terrorist acts and cult-like practices. However, the stance of the Albanian president seems expectable due to the social and health services that the MEK offers the Albanian people for free. It is also very likely that a part of those huge sums of money that the group donates western politicians in exchange for their support, goes to the pockets of Abanian government officials that have warmly welcomed the terror group in their territory. MEK Will Haunt Albania