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.



Physical and Psychological Torture In Albania – 78 year old Rahim Kiukan

Posted on: 2021/06/02

Nejat Society, June 02 2021:… Rahim Kiukan’s family seeks help from Albanian government officials as well as the international community The family of Rahim Kiukan, who is based in the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) camp in Albania, has written a letter to the Albanian Prime Minister asking for help with his situation in the country. The text of the letter, which follows, has also been sent to other Albanian government officials as well as international organizations and the media. Physical and Psychological Torture In Albania On 78 year old Rahim Kiukan 

Smugglers Help MEK Recruit Members

Posted on: 2021/05/31

Nejat Society, May 30 2021:… Now, the MEK is encountered with the crisis of losing members, in Europe. This leads the leaders of the group to seek help from human smugglers and select their targets among Iranians who face severe financial issues and legal residence permits in Europe. The group prefers to recruit young refuge seekers in order to use their abilities for the most needed skills in the MEK, such as working in the cyber space. These people are attracted to the organization with false promises of work, residence, and the right to live and stay in European countries. Human smugglers to help MEK recruit members 

History of Assassinations In Rajavi Cult

Posted on: 2021/05/25

Nejat Society, May 25 2021:… The half a century history of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) testifies that terror and violence are an integral part of the essence of the group. Terror is the most important tool that has always been used by the MEK, not only for the Iranian people, but also for the purpose of silencing and removing members of the organization. History of Assassinations In Rajavi Cult 

MEK in Albania , will it repeat the fate in Iraq ?

Posted on: 2021/05/22

Nejat Society, May 22 2021:… But this time, if the leaders of the organization are forced to relocate, it can be said with certainty that they will sign the decree of the complete collapse of their organization, because the experience of the other members will not allow them to once again decipher, deceive and resort to another grouping. This time we have to wait for the defection of the majority of the rank and file of the group in Albania, which means the loss of about two thousand forces of the cult of Rajavi. MEK in Albania , will it repeat the fate in Iraq ? 

Challenges of The Cult of Rajavi in Western media

Posted on: 2021/05/21

Nejat Society, May 21 2021:… Assassinations of the American military advisers and civilians in Tehran in 1970s, the statements and declarations of the group about assassinations and sabotage in various cities of Iran in Mujahed journal during the 1980s and 90s, the group’s military operations against Iraqi Kurds and Shiites and its cross-border operations against their own Iranian fellow countrymen were all as fuel for the group’s propaganda machine. Challenges of The Cult of Rajavi in Western media 

Family is taboo except after death

Posted on: 2021/05/18

Nejat Society, May 18 2021:… Among destructive cults, the Cult of Rajavi (MKO/ MEK/ Mujahedin Khalq/ PMOI) has escaped the principle of family , forbidding the foundation of family as its fundamental organizational principle. In fact, family is a strange word which is scarified in the cult-like regulations of the MEK. Rules such as compulsory marriage, forced celibacy, forced divorce, separation of children from parents, the sterilization of women, and many other components represent the violation of family rights by the MEK. Family is taboo except after death 

Red dyed eggs symbol of new life for MEK defectors

Posted on: 2021/05/12

Nejat Society, Tirana, Albania, May 12 2021:… The defectors seem to be very grateful to any joyful moment of their life in the free world. They cherish the Albanian journalist, Gjergjy Thanasi who gave them colored Esther eggs in one of their gatherings in coffeeshop. It is one of the few Albanian religious traditions that survived communism. Grandmothers dyed eggs blood red in a simple yet powerful sign of faith and rebellion against the atheism that snuffed out churches, killed priests and imams, and deprived Albanians of faith for 40 years. Red dyed eggs symbol of new life for MEK defectors 

Luxurious Life Of Rajavi In MEK

Posted on: 2021/05/10

Nejat Society, May 10 2021:… leaders of the organization, under the pretext of financial problems, forced the members to grow a plant called “Mallow” in the Camp Ashraf in order to provide at least one meal per day. Meanwhile, after the expulsion of the MEK from Iraq, many luxerious facilities of a lavish life style were found at the residence of Maryam and Massoud Rajavi called “Headquarters 49”. That included glaciers and imported foods from Europe, sleeping and recreational facilities. Luxurious Life Of Rajavi In MEK 

Massoud Rajavi Generation . What happened to them?

Posted on: 2021/04/21

Marza Parsi, Nejat Society, April 21 2021:… “Massoud’s generation” is a title Maryam Rajavi gives to those members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) who originally joined the group before the 1979 revolution up to 1985 when recruitment methods of the group changed. The average age of these people is between sixty to seventy years old now. Massoud Rajavi Generation . What happened to them? 

MEK Families Write to WHO Asking for help

Posted on: 2021/04/13

Nejat Society, Tehran, April 13 2021:… Albania, A country that has housed about 2,500 members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) in a remote and isolated camp outside Tirana. Since the outbreak of the disease, there is no exact information about the health status of the people living in the camp, despite numerous letters and expressions of concern from the families about the ambiguous health status of the camp, as well as the news that several people died of Covid-19 virus. MEK Families Write to WHO Asking for help