Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania – Police Alerts US Embassy

Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania – Police Alerts US Embassy

Olsi Jazexhi Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In AlbaniaDr. Olsi Jazexhi, Press TV, February 18 2022:… An Albanian historian and journalist says the country’s police have alerted the US embassy that members of the so-called Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), an anti-Iran terrorist cult, is involved in various criminal activities in Europe, including human trafficking, with possible links to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group. Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania – Police Alerts US Embassy  

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Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania – Police Alerts US Embassy

Olsi Jazexhi Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania

Report: MKO terrorist group trafficked 400 own members to Europe; probably Daesh members too

An Albanian historian and journalist says the country’s police have alerted the US embassy that members of the so-called Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), an anti-Iran terrorist cult, is involved in various criminal activities in Europe, including human trafficking, with possible links to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.

Olsi Jazexhi, citing Albanian media reports, said in a tweet on Thursday that some MKO operatives, headed by the terrorist group’s leader, Maryam Rajavi, and based in a camp near the capital, Tirana, have attempted to traffic over 400 of the group’s own members to France.

Jazexhi added that a number of the terrorist cult’s members have been detained for trafficking people from the Middle East to Europe, who were probably Daesh members.

“Good news for Iran, bad news for #FreeIran, #MaryamRajavi terrorists in #Albania. Albanian police have alerted @USEmbassyTirana that the mojaheden have trafficked 400 #mojaheden to #France and probably members of DAESH to Europe,” the Albanian journalist wrote.

Jazexhi went on to say that some senior MKO members have been also arrested while trying to traffic drugs to Italy, with police having prosecuted another member over theft charges.

“Sister in law of #MaryamRajavi – sister of @Abrichamtchi head of #NCR committee against terrorism – Narges Abrichamtchi has been arrested trafficking drugs to #Italy. US, #Israel & Saudis should reign down their terrorists in #Albania! France be careful! 400 jihadis are in Paris,” Jazexhi added.

In another string of tweets later on Thursday, the journalist said in one instance, the MKO cult “forced Gazeta Shqiptarja to take offline its article” about their drug and human trafficking arrests in Albania.

Olsi noted that he has an official document from the office of Tirana Prosecutor, which proves that one of the notorious MKO commanders, called Mohammad Sadat Darbandi, has been arrested for robbing a pharmacy in Tirana.

The journalist then said that Albanian prosecutors have already filed 100 criminal cases against the MKO on charges of major drug smuggling operations and connection to #Ndrangheta.

Olsi noted that there are also many reports that reveal “the connections of #MaryamRajavi, #FreeIran mafia with Italian mafia.”

He added that Albanian opposition newspapers are blaming the US embassy in Tirana for providing protection for the MKO criminal cult.

According to an official document seen by Albania Newspaper Exit in December last year, two members of the MKO, along with Albanian and Greek accomplices, were apprehended for direct involvement in human trafficking.

The documents said the criminal activities happened between 2019 and 2021.

An official source, who requested to remain anonymous, told Exit that the documents claim that information on these crimes has been handed over to the US Embassy in Tirana, and that the Albanian paper has contacted the mission for comments but no formal response has been given.

After it was founded more than 50 years ago, the MKO launched a campaign of bombings and assassinations in Iran. Out of the nearly 17,000 Iranians killed in terrorist attacks over the past four decades, about 12,000 have fallen victim to the group’s acts of terror.

The ill-famed terror group is currently based in Albania, where it enjoys freedom of activity after being delisted by the European Union and the United States in 2009 and 2012 respectively.

Regardless of its disrepute around the world, the MKO has in recent years held numerous big events, attended by senior American, Israeli and Saudi officials, including former US Senator John McCain, former mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani, former US national security advisor John Bolton, former US Senator Joe Lieberman, and former director of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence agency Turki bin Faisal Al Saud.

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Ericsson says employees may have bribed Daesh in Iraq

The new revelation comes after previous reports indicated that in addition to the MKO, some major Western companies have been also involved in illegal activities pertaining to other terrorist groups, which have been widely condemned by the international community for their crimes, including the Daesh terrorist group.

In one such case, Sweden’s Ericsson has been accused of graft in Iraq when Daesh was active in the Arab country.

The chief executive of Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson said on Wednesday that some of its employees in Iraq may have bribed Deash members to gain access to certain roads in the country.

“What we see is that people have paid for road transport through areas controlled by terrorist organizations, including ISIS (Daesh),” Borje Ekholm told Swedish financial daily Dagens Industri.

“With the means we have, we haven’t been able to determine the final recipients of these payments,” he added.

Ekholm made the comments hours after the Swedish company released a statement late on Tuesday admitting “serious breaches of compliance rules and the company’s code of business ethics” regarding Ericsson employees, vendors and suppliers in Iraq between 2011 and 2019.

The statement said an internal investigation conducted in 2019 had revealed “evidence of corruption-related misconduct.”

Several employees left the company as a result of the probe, “and multiple other disciplinary and other remedial actions were taken,” Ericsson added in the statement.

The company said it had chosen to disclose details of the now two-year-old investigation due to “detailed media inquiries from Swedish and international news outlets.”

Ericsson’s share price tumbled by more than 12 percent in opening trade on Wednesday on the Stockholm stock exchange after the news.

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Criminal Mujahedin-e-Khalq In Albania – Police Alerts US Embassy

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Another Case of Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in Albania 

Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in AlbaniaAlice Taylor, Exit, February 17 2022:… Another member of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran, MEK, resident at Ashraf 3 in Manez has admitted to two incidents of theft, just two months after other members were reportedly involved in human and drug smuggling. In December, Exit published information on a letter, sent to a Western foreign diplomat bearing the stamp of the Director of the Criminal Police Department in the State Police, giving details of a serious rap sheet of offences, reportedly involving MEK members. Another Case of Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in Albania 

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Another Case of Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in Albania 

Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in Albania

Another member of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran, MEK, resident at Ashraf 3 in Manez has admitted to two incidents of theft, just two months after other members were reportedly involved in human and drug smuggling.

Documents seen by Exit from inside the Tirana prosecution office show that the individual,  Mohammad Sadat Darbandi was involved in stealing money from a pharmacy in Kamez along with two Albanian nationals in March last year. The rap sheet says he admitted to the crime. The second incident involved the individual breaking and entering into a bar and stealing money from the cash register. He admitted to this as well.

The document clearly specifies he has previous convictions but did not say what they were. Prosecutor Elina Kombi stamped the document.

In December, Exit published information on a letter, sent to a Western foreign diplomat bearing the stamp of the Director of the Criminal Police Department in the State Police, giving details of a serious rap sheet of offences, reportedly involving MEK members.

It states that two members of MEK, along with Albanian and Greek accomplices, were apprehended for direct involvement in human trafficking. On 11 July 2021, police stopped a car carrying Syrian, Iraqi, and Kurdish citizens. Further investigations led to the arrest of the main gang members.

According to the document, it was discovered that between 2019 and 2021, the same smuggling gang attempted to transfer some 400 members of MEK from Albania to France.

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.

In terms of the latest charges, Exit contacted both the Prosecutor’s office and the State Police to ask how many crimes have been reported involving MEK members since 2015, and how many have been convicted. No response was forthcoming by the time of publication.

MEK, otherwise known as the People’s Mujahedin of Iran, is a political-militant Iranian opposition group that advocates overthrowing the current regime and installing its own government. Although the designation has since been lifted, it was previously considered a terrorist organisation by the EU, Canada, the US, and Japan. They now enjoy widespread support and even protection by the EU and the US.

In 2013, the US government requested the group, in exile, be settled in Albania, but MEK initially rejected the offer. They eventually agreed to relocate 3000 members to the country, and the US donated $20 million to the UN refugee agency for the cause. In 2016, a further 280 members moved to Albania to a heavily guarded compound in Manze, Durres County.

Few journalists have been allowed inside the compound,  but you can read a detailed account from 2019 here:

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Another Case of Rajavi Cult Criminal Activities in Albania 

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POW Saeid Farajollah Hosseini – Family demand access to Albanian prison camp

Albanian prison campDr. Olsi Jazexhi, YouTube, February 11 2022:…  In the following video Faezeh Balali an Iranian – Swedish citizen who is in Albania shows her struggle to meet her nephew Saeid Farajollah Hosseini who is being held as slave soldier by Maryam Rajavi and the Mujahedin command since when he was captured as prisoner of war by Saddam Hossein during the Iran – Iraq war – POW Saeid Farajollah Hosseini – Family demand access to Albanian prison camp 

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POW Saeid Farajollah Hosseini – Family demand access to Albanian prison camp

Faezeh Balali from Sweden asks Maryam Rajavi to allow Saeid Farajollah Hosseini to meet his uncle

In the following video Faezeh Balali an Iranian – Swedish citizen who is in Albania shows her struggle to meet her nephew Saeid Farajollah Hosseini who is being held as slave soldier by Maryam Rajavi and the Mujahedin command since when he was captured as prisoner of war by Saddam Hossein during the Iran – Iraq war.

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The Mujahedin are using the Albanian antiterrorism police to intimidate and stop Faezeh and her husband Rezaei Mohammad Hassan from meeting her nephew. Faezeh declares that she is going to sue the Mujahedin and ask them to legally allow her nephew to meet with his uncle and his wife. In the video Faezeh reminds Saeid of his youth, his memories with Faezeh’s son, the plight of his mother to come to Albania and meet him. She appeals to Albanian authorities to open the camp and allow families to meet their relatives and children which are being kept as slave soldiers inside the Mujahedin camp in Manez, Albania.

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POW Saeid Farajollah Hosseini – Family demand access to Albanian prison camp

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