Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK

Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK

Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEKEbrahim Khodabandeh, Iran Interlink, August 14 2020:… There was news from some people in the Albanian security apparatus that there was a conspiracy against Bidi. (Bidi is a former member of the MEK – aka Rajavi cult – which operates an extraterritorial, extrajudicial base inside Albania.) Since Ehsan Bidi had not complied with the demands of the security forces during this year, despite intense pressure, they had planned another project. Information emerged that they would first release him, then kidnap him and transfer him to an unknown location, and then express their ignorance about his fate after his release. Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK 

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Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK

Collaboration between Corrupt elements in Albania’s government and the Rajavi Cult against former members and Ehsan Bidi

Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK

Iranian asylum seeker Ehsan Bidi has been in the custody of corrupt Albanian security officials since August of last year, without charge, without trial, without the right to visit, and in a completely illegal manner.

He was recently informed that he was to be released after a year. It was not clear why he was arrested, why he was released without charge or trial, and why he has been in prison for a year.

There was news from some people in the Albanian security apparatus that there was a conspiracy against Bidi. (Bidi is a former member of the MEK – aka Rajavi cult – which operates an extraterritorial, extrajudicial base inside Albania.) Since Ehsan Bidi had not complied with the demands of the security forces during this year, despite intense pressure, they had planned another project. Information emerged that they would first release him, then kidnap him and transfer him to an unknown location, and then express their ignorance about his fate after his release.

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The involvement of the Rajavi terrorist cult, which is backed by some Western security services, became even more apparent in this criminal plot when a statement was issued by the so-called “Security and Counter-Terrorism Commission of the National Council of Resistance” on August 10, 2020.

The announcement states:

The Iranian Ministry of Intelligence has placed its mercenaries under the control of former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Orgnization (MEK) in two parts under the control of mercenaries Hassan Heyrani and Gholamreza Shokri. Another mercenary, Ehsan Bidi, who had been exposed in previous announcements by the Security and Counter-Terrorism Commission, has been under arrest in a closed camp for a year since August 2019. During this time he received money and facilities through other mercenaries.

It is also stated that:

Gjergji Thanasi and Olsi Yazejiare are in direct contact with mercenaries such as Hassan Heirani, and their café, Frank, is their hangout.

It turned out that the information received was completely correct and the Rajavi cult also tried to prevent any revelations and obstruction of its propaganda during the implementation of this conspiracy, by the former members and those who wish to help them.

In this regard, a campaign was launched in Europe and inside Albania, and letters from many members of the Albanian Parliament as well as representatives of the European Parliament were sent to the Albanian Interior Minister, warning of such a conspiracy. Many reporters told police they wanted to be with Ehsan Bidi when he was released.

Families and other former members also rallied in Britain, France, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden and Turkey, and approached the Albanian embassies there to warn of the conspiracy, which is the work of the Rajavi cult’s ‘Terrorism and Counter-Security Commission’. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and other human rights and international organizations also intervened.

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Breath taking hours have passed in recent days. The Albanian government, which wants to join the European Union, was at a crossroads as to whether it could further undermine its record and standards by supporting a terrorist cult or choosing a principled approach to its future.

None of the Albanian government officials was held accountable for the large number of referrals and questions regarding Ehsan Bidi. Although he was released on paper, they did not actually release him, and reporters were constantly seeking news. The Rajavi cult was in dire need of not being forced to retreat in this case, so it was fully active with no place left to go.

Finally, on Thursday, August 13th, Ehsan was transferred to an unknown destination with four Arab refugees. In the face of the corrupt elements in the Albanian government and security apparatus, there were those who did not sell their honor and helped from a humane position, and were careful and provided the necessary information. At the risk of their position, these individuals refused to be complicit in the Albanian government’s corruption.

As we are already informed, they tried to smuggle him into Greece through a neutral non-residential area and leave him there, but the Greek authorities were immediately informed and they sent troops to close the area, resulting in Albanian agents leaving Ehsan Bidi without water and food in the same uninhabited area.

Informed UN officials immediately went to the scene and transferred Ehsan Bidi to a temporary location to ensure his minimum security. The response of the Albanian authorities to the multitude of questions is very interesting. They merely apologized and claimed innocence in front of international observers.

“I’m sorry, there was a mistake,” said a police official, “On the release form of Mr Ehsan Bidi was mistakenly written that he should be deported immediately instead of writing that he should be released immediately.”

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The Rajavi cult, which was informed immediately about the case by the corrupt government elements, happily announced in one or two of paid for publications that “Ehsan Bidi has been expelled from Albania.”

More interestingly, the Albanian Interior Minister was completely embarrassed and blamed the Immigration Office, and of course the Immigration Office reacted that it was completely unaware of the matter and that the security officials and the police acted arbitrarily.

They are currently blocking interviews with Ehsan Bidi. But the ban will not last long, and the corrupt elements in the Albanian government, whose names and identities are well known, will finally be held accountable.

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Ebrahim Khodabandeh Nejat Society Nationwide Gathering Nejat Society, July 19 2020:… Khodabandeh then referred to the Rajavi cult’s response, saying that the Rajavi response to the request, like all destructive cults, was base obscenity, slander and insult. He cited the example of a mother who has not heard the voice of her son – who had one day joined the MEK for some reason – for more than 30 years. He explained that for years this mother has been writing in various forms and by letter to whoever it occurred to her that she could, and that she had asked only for a call from her son. But after all this, the Rajavi cult brought the son to their television, and instead of a few kind words that would make his mother happy, the son started swearing at his mother and called her a mercenary, terrorist and even a “so-called mother.” Nejat Society Nationwide Gathering – Report 

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A Report on the Nejat Society Nationwide Gathering

Nejat BloggersJuly 19, 2020

Nejat Society, in solidarity with the families of the captive members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) in Albania, held a nationwide online gathering with the participation of a number of provincial representatives and the presence of some families on Thursday, July 16, 2020.

The online gathering began at 10:30 a.m. and lasted for three and a half hours and was broadcast live on the Nejat NGO site. A limited number of families from a total of 20 provinces were able to speak on the program and convey their messages on behalf of all families. A number of provinces were unable to connect and participate in the gathering due to shortage of time.

First, Ebrahim Khodabandeh, CEO of Nejat Society, explained the recent activities of the families and the society. He thanked and appreciated the activists of the society in all provinces, as well as the families who have always supported them. He then reported on some of the activities of Nejat Society and the families.
He said that with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, families’ concerns about the situation of their relatives in the remote and isolated MEK camp in Albania had increased, and they were rightly worried about the health of their loved ones. This prompted them to write letters to the World Health Organization and Albanian officials, as well as international authorities, demanding to be in contact with their loved ones.

Ebrahim Khodabandeh Nejat Society Nationwide Gathering

Khodabandeh also referred to the petition by families, asking the Albanian Prime Minister, as the person in charge of the MEK, to remove obstacles to meeting with members of the MEK, or at least to establish phone/video calls with families on an ongoing basis.

This petition attracted nearly 11,500 signatures from families, relatives, friends and acquaintances of members of the Rajavi cult from all over the world, who wanted nothing more than connection with their relations in the MEK camp in Albania.

Khodabandeh then referred to the Rajavi cult’s response, saying that the Rajavi response to the request, like all destructive cults, was base obscenity, slander and insult. He cited the example of a mother who has not heard the voice of her son – who had one day joined the MEK for some reason – for more than 30 years. He explained that for years this mother has been writing in various forms and by letter to whoever it occurred to her that she could, and that she had asked only for a call from her son. But after all this, the Rajavi cult brought the son to their television, and instead of a few kind words that would make his mother happy, the son started swearing at his mother and called her a mercenary, terrorist and even a “so-called mother.”

The CEO of the Nejat Society said that the MEK and Maryam Rajavi can shout for democracy, freedom, human rights, social justice, etc. from morning to night, and hold regular conferences and seminars, costing millions of dollars and bring war mongering American politicians to the stage, but in practice even cannot allow a kind word from the son of an elderly mother who is struggling with various diseases and finds herself in the last days of her life so that her only wish is to hear the voice of her child.
Khodabandeh concluded that all those slogans about defending the freedom and rights of the people, in practice start with these families, and when the MEK members do this to their families and when also MEK leaders do not tolerate the slightest word of dissent, it is clear what model of democracy and human rights they promise.
The program was broadcast live from the Nejat NGO site, and at the same time it was possible to post comments and log in to the chat system, where many families introduced themselves and wrote their messages. Their loving messages encourage the activists of Nejat Society.

The families stated that they had only one humanitarian demand and asked what was wrong with an organization that could connect 2,000 points to have a video chat but is unable to connect one simple video link for members to contact their family to make them happy? Aren’t these families among the people?

One of the interesting things that one of the families said was that while his relative was held captive by Saddam Hussein in an Iraqi POW camp, his letters kept arriving, informing his family of his condition, but after he was handed over to the MEK, there were no more letters and no further connection.

In his speech, Khodabandeh referred to the Rajavi cult’s excuses for preventing its members from visiting their families, and said that the organization used the excuse of the danger of coronavirus to prevent the visits. He asked if the officials of the organization do not meet or travel? In fact, he said, they are constantly traveling between France, Italy and Albania. Don’t they have a tight group life in a closed camp?

He continued that another excuse the Rajavi cult uses is ‘security threats’. They should be asked what security threats elderly parents can pose to the MEK in Albania. The ‘security threat’ has always been an excuse to separate a person from the family in the Rajavi cult from the beginning.

Regarding preventing members from communicating with their families, the CEO of the Nejat Society explained that this goes back to the cultic nature of the MEK. Cults not only coerce members to sever contact with their family, they also induce the member to hate and fear their family and have no feelings for them.

The member’s feelings must only be for the leader. For this reason, the cult does not allow its members to establish a loving and emotional relationship with their families, but instead they must confront their families with insults and slander so that their innate emotional attachment is not revived to hinder the brainwashing process.

Ebrahim Khodabandeh then raised the issue of the dilemma the MEK is now facing. He suggested that Nejat Society’s activities had placed the Rajavi cult at a crossroads. The organization must either obey the wishes of the families and allow the members’ relationship with their families, which is what we want. And this would show that the MEK has the capacity not to be afraid of families and family emotions. Or it continues in its current way,

Exposing more and more of its anti-popular nature to the public, and it reveals that its slogans are completely empty and hollow, and that in practice the MEK is something else.

In the next part, the Rajavi cult’s suggestion of a visit by an international delegation to the families in Iran to prepare a report in this regard was welcomed.

Khodabandeh announced, on behalf of all the families, that this proposal is welcome, and the families are ready to meet and talk with any foreign delegation. And, of course, this delegation should also visit the MEK camp in Albania and talk to the members and deliver the letters of the families and bring their answers back.

In the end, while apologizing to the provinces and the families who did not have time to speak, the demands of the families were summarized, which is the same demand that was raised in the petition of the families with nearly 11,500 signatures addressed to the Albanian government as being responsible for the MEK. It means endorsing the right of families to communicate with their loved ones in the MEK camp in Albania and removing obstacles to establishing this connection.

About 2,000 MEK members are based in the cult camp in Albania, who are deprived rights such as the right to communicate with the outside world, especially with family and friends, the right to marry and create a family, the right to leave the cult, the right to criticize the cult leader and the organizational actions, the right to privacy and many other basic rights.
The extent to which the Rajavi cult fears families as part of the Iranian people and the hysterical and irrational reactions they evoke is truly thought-provoking. This fear proves to what extent the MEK is anti-people and to what extent it has the potential to suppress.
In this conference, the voices of the families were brought to every quarter and will be repeated over and over. The Rajavi cult will expose its anti-popular nature through threats and blackmail against the claims of the elderly mothers and fathers. They will not evade or silence these claims.

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We Welcome MEK Proposal . Nejat NGO says on behalf of Families

We Welcome MEK Proposal . Nejat NGO says on behalf of Families Nejat Society, June 27 2020:… According to several websites of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO), an open letter dated June 23, 2020 has been written by a number of organization members, who are based in the MEK camp in Manza, to some Albanian officials. In this letter the coronavirus outbreak in Tehran and other parts of Iran was dramatized and then used as a conclusive excuse for dismissing the MEK members’ families’ applications for visas to travel to Albania to visit their loved ones who are trapped in the MEK camp. How is it that the outbreak of the virus has so far not been an obstacle to frequent visits by MEK officials between Albania, Italy, France, and other places? We Welcome MEK Proposal . Nejat NGO says on behalf of Families 

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Nejat Society in Iran welcomes the MEK proposal

According to several websites of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO), an open letter dated June 23, 2020 has been written by a number of organization members, who are based in the MEK camp in Manza, to some Albanian officials.

In this letter the coronavirus outbreak in Tehran and other parts of Iran was dramatized and then used as a conclusive excuse for dismissing the MEK members’ families’ applications for visas to travel to Albania to visit their loved ones who are trapped in the MEK camp. How is it that the outbreak of the virus has so far not been an obstacle to frequent visits by MEK officials between Albania, Italy, France, and other places?

The letter refers to the families’ petition with more than 11250 signatures “Urging Albanian government to let the families contact their loved ones in the MEK camp” and irrationally label their request a terrorist conspiracy. No one has yet discovered that the disease can spread through an audio or visual call with their family.

It should be mentioned that the families’ applying for visas to visit Albania goes back to at least two years before the outbreak of the corona pandemic. Some families actually managed to go to Tirana and approached the MEK residence, trying to learn about the situation of their loved ones, but they were harassed by the MEK guards and unfortunately the Albanian police did not support the families.

This letter was signed by:

Alireza Balali
Mahmood Saadat
Farzin Hashemi
Abbas Golrezan
Mehri Saadat
Parvaneh Rabiey Abbasi
Hamid Reza Noori
Mostafa Ghaedi
Jafar Mamlooki
Khalil Hajhoseini
Ali Asghar Eslami
Reza Salami
Sadegh Keyhan
Shokuh Ghasemi
Tayebeh Yeganeh
Mohamad Jafar Najafi
Nahid Saadat
Mohammad Hassan Bagherzadeh
Mohammad Reza Bagherzadeh
Mostafa Forooghi
Vahid Dowlatshahi Araghi
Gholamreza Ghadery

We immediately informed their families that some vital signs were finally observed from their loved ones, which made them very happy indeed. But they were puzzled by the idea that if they are allowed to write to the Albanian officials, why they are not permitted to write to their own families to relieve them of worry? Unfortunately we had no answer to that. We wished more names had been mentioned.

Over one thousand families have written to their loved ones and published these letters in cyberspace with photos and contact numbers with the hope that it would reach them. This has surely reached the MEK officials. The same could easily be done by the MEK members for their families and there was no need to trouble the Albanian officials.

This letter after saying a lot about everything and everywhere, which is not our concern at all, puts a suggestion as follows:

We have asked the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to send an international fact-finding mission to Iran in the presence of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights situation on Iran and our representatives to meet with families in Iran and to publish its report for the knowledge of the public.

Nejat Society, on behalf of the suffering families of the MEK members in Albania, most warmly welcomes this proposal and would be more than happy to be the host of any person or organization wishing to meet the families in Iran and publish a report, provided they also be able to take the families’ letters to their loved ones and meet them in MEK camp in Albania and bring back their replies.

The good thing is that the MEK is not worried for the UN representatives travelling to Iran and visiting countless number of families in the prevalence of the coronavirus. Referring to the MEK proposal, would they be ready to let the suggested party into their camp accompanied with the old mothers and fathers?

Years ago we handed over a great number of letters from the families to the ICRC to be taken to Ashraf garrison in Iraq. This never happened and the letters were brought back after some months. The ICRC official finally said that he could manage take letters to Bagram prison in Afghanistan for al-Qaeda members, but he is so sorry that he could not take any letters to the inhabitants of the MEK camp.

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In Iran, the estranged families of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) members who remain trapped inside the MEK camp in Albania created a petition appealing to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama for help to contact their loved ones. The petition has attracted almost eleven thousand signatures. The MEK responded by attacking the families, calling them terrorists and mercenaries, and claiming that they want to come and attack the camp with missiles. So far, the Albanian government, under pressure from the MEK’s backers, has been silent on this issue.Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania 

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1- Families from West Azarbijan Province 

2- Families from  Azarbijan Province 

3- Families from West Azarbaijan Province 

4- Families from Khuzestan Province 

5- Families from Markazi Province 

6-Families from Khorasan Razavi Province 

7- Families from Qazvi Province 

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