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Iran Interlink

Aims of Iran-Interlink – to inform as widely as possible about the real nature of the Iranian Mojahedin Khalq cult and to act as a pressure group in this regard – to help individuals who wish to leave the Mojahedin to find refuge in a country where they will feel safe and secure – to help those who leave to come to terms with their experiences within the Mojahedin and to re-establish themselves as members of the wider community in which they come to live with a viable and independent lifestyle – to reconcile and reunite people who leave the Mojahedin with their family and friends, by mutual consent, and to involve established Iranians in helping these vulnerable people www.iran-interlink.org

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Mujahedin Pressurise Albanian Media – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Dec 10, 2021

Posted on: 2021/12/12

Iran Interlink, December 12 2021:… In Albania, Alice Taylor for Exit News reported the arrest of two senior MEK officials for drug trafficking, people smuggling and money laundering. While MEK experts and observers responded by saying it was about time the MEK’s crimes were exposed and the perpetrators brought to justice, a parallel scandal took place as the article was expunged from the site leaving an Error 404 notice. The article reported an official source stating that the pattern of criminality by the MEK dates back to 2015. Mujahedin Pressurise Albanian Media – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Dec 10, 2021 

Danger of Mojahedin-e-Khalq for Germany (Open letter to Chancellor Olaf Scholz)

Posted on: 2021/12/10

Mehdi Khoshal, Cologne, Germany, December 10 2021:… In early 1991, the Iraqi-based Mojahedin-e Khalq (aka PMOI) sent about 900 child members to other Western countries via Jordan under the pretext of war, including about 200 children in Germany and Cologne. The MEK, subjected these children to all kinds of abuse by their parents and supervisors, and even spent the welfare allowances due to them on war and terrorism. The MEK raised them in safe houses and gave them training in terrorism. Far from the eyes of the law, a number of them who were under the legal age were transferred from Germany to Iraq to join the military and some of them were killed. The danger of  Mojahedin-e-Khalq for Germany 

State officially responsible for protecting Iranians sheltering in Albania

Posted on: 2021/12/05

Gazeta Impact, Tirana, Albania, December 05 2021:… These Iranians sheltering in Albania were part of a former terrorist organization (until 2012 it was also listed as a terrorist entity by the U.S. State Department). The organization is known by several names or as part of other umbrella organisations such as MEK, NCRI, PMOI, etc. These Iranians sheltered in Albania are also known as members of the Rajavi Cult. With the arrival of this organization to Albania from Iraq, a series of desertions from its ranks were recorded. Men and women members deserted and left, either when the Iranians had settled on the outskirts of Tirana or when they were transferred to Manez in the so-called Camp Ashraf 3. 

Rajavi Cult Members Arrested For Drug Trafficking

Posted on: 2021/12/04

Alice Taylor, Exit, Tirana Albania, December 04 2021:… But that is not all. On 18 July 2021, a consignment of drugs was seized by police and two MEK senior officials—Narges Abrishamchi and Hassan Nayeb-Agha—were arrested. It is reported in the official document they confessed to playing a pivotal role in organising and transporting a shipment of drugs to Italy. This pattern of criminality, according to an official source who wished to remain anonymous, told Exit, dates back to 2015. The documents and the source claim that information on these crimes has also been handed over to the US Embassy in Tirana. Exit contacted the US Embassy to comment but no formal response has been given. Rajavi Cult Members Arrested For Drug Trafficking 

Maryam Rajavi Liar – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Dec 03, 2021

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Iran Interlink, December 03 2021:… Maryam Rajavi has found someone among the 348 Senators to hire a room in the French Senate for propaganda purposes. A few people are sent to attend and watch a link to Maryam Rajavi speaking from Albania where she was deported to. In English, French, Arabic, etc the MEK advertise that Maryam Rajavi sent a message to this group. On the face of it, the meeting is about the JCPOA talks and is anti-Raisi. But in reality, what she has done in Farsi is advertised it as though she is actually in the meeting in France. Maryam Rajavi Liar 

ASILA Launched in Albania – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Nov 26 2021

Posted on: 2021/11/28

Iran Interlink, November 27 2021:… On 24th November in Albania, the Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania (ASILA) was launched. Founding members of ASILA, Dashamir Mersuli (president), Gjergji Thanasi (Secretary), Hassan Heyrani (Executive Head), with some former members of the MEK held their first meeting. In an interview for SCAN-TV on YouTube, Mersuli and Heyrani explained the aim of ASILA. According to Heyrani, ASILA was legally registered as an institute to support defectors from the Rajavi Cult (aka MEK) 

Association for the Support of Iranians living in Albania ( ASILA )

Posted on: 2021/11/27

Association for the Support of Iranians Living in Albania (ASILA), Tirana, Albania, November 27 2021:… Defectors of the Mujahedin Khalq (MEK) who reside in Albania established an association to support the MEK defectors in Albania. Hassan Heirani, former member of the MEK announced the establishment of the association which is supposed to help Iranians who leave the MEK’s camp in Durres, near Tirana. “The Association was registered as a legal institute to support those who defect the Cult of Rajavi,” Hassan Heirani said. Association for the Support of Iranians living in Albania ( ASILA )

Fictitious Courts Using Mujahedin-Khalq Terrorists As Legitimate Witnesses

Posted on: 2021/11/25

Jack Turner interviews Robert Fantina, Geopolitica, November 24 2021:… In the present interview with Mr. Robert Fantina, we address a few questions about the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), which are an epitome of these inconsistencies and dual policies of the Western political community and media. Mr. Robert Fantina is a journalist and political analyst, and an author of wonderful books that you can find on Amazon. He’s working for peace and social justice. He writes extensively about US foreign policy and the Middle East. Courts Using Mujahedin-Khalq Terrorists

Well-funded exile regime-change outfits are hardly paragons of virtue

Posted on: 2021/11/24

Kourosh Ziabari, Asia Times, November 24 2021:… Aside from its perfidious alliance with Saddam Hussein during the internecine Iran-Iraq War in 1980s, when it opened fire on its fellow citizens in multiple operations, MEK has worked in cahoots with some of the most reactionary politicians in the United States and far-right parties in Europe, and accepted funding from Saudi Arabia, to advocate for augmented sanctions on Iran. Well-funded exile regime-change outfits are hardly paragons of virtue 

Take a look at Rand And HRW Reports On Mujahedin-Khalq MEK

Posted on: 2021/11/22

State Department, (First Published Dec 20 2011), Well, I mean, like the North Koreans, are they running around kidnapping people and bringing them to Camp Ashraf? How do you get there involuntarily? How would one get there? AMBASSADOR FRIED: There – well, let me refer you to some of the outside studies that have been written – the Rand Corporation report, for one. Take a look at that, or Human Rights Watch. They’ve described what they think are some of the problems. The MEK denies it. Right now, our concern is humanitarian and getting the people out of Ashraf over to Liberty, and then we’ll deal with the next set of really tough problems, which is repatriation/resettlement of these folks. Reports On Mujahedin-Khalq MEK