Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult

Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult

Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cultNejat Society, June 25 2020:… Your country accepted the members of the MEK as temporary guests around 2016, according to an agreement reached in Geneva between the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the US government and the Albanian government. These individuals were supposed to be able to move freely after the deprograming process, and to regain their independent and humane character, as a result of the long-standing cultic practices in Iraq under Saddam Hussein in the MKO camps for many years. It was promised that they can go to their favorite country and start a new life and enjoy the same basic human rights as any other refugee in Europe. Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult 

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Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult

Dr. Samineh Sadat Mozaffar Moqaddam, sister of Seyyed Nafis , letter to the PM of Albania

Nejat BloggersJune 24, 2020

Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult

Mr. Edi Rama, Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania

I am Samineh Sadat Mozaffar Moqaddam, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, the sister of Seyyed Nafis Mozaffar Moqaddam, who is currently living in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in your country, and I have no connection with my brother.

Your country accepted the members of the MEK as temporary guests around 2016, according to an agreement reached in Geneva between the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the US government and the Albanian government.

These individuals were supposed to be able to move freely after the deprograming process, and to regain their independent and humane character, as a result of the long-standing cultic practices in Iraq under Saddam Hussein in the MKO camps for many years. It was promised that they can go to their favorite country and start a new life and enjoy the same basic human rights as any other refugee in Europe.

Unfortunately, the actions of President Donald Trump’s administration and the pressure on the Albanian government have not only failed to do so, but have further endangered the situation in a closed and remote camp in your country that the United States had donated to the Rajavi cult. Interestingly, the camp was renamed Ashraf, which itself is reminiscent of the same dreaded Ashraf cultic camp in Saddam’s Iraq.

Edi Rama Albanian PM . My brother is taken hostage by Rajavi cult

The Rajavi terrorist cult is responsible for the deaths of at least 12,000 people inside Iran and has been actively involved in the war waged by Iraq against Iran for many years. The cult is also responsible for killing Kurdish and Shiite citizens in Iraq in cooperation with Saddam Hussein’s army, and violates even the most basic human rights of its members.
Unfortunately, the terrorist cult has now been given the opportunity to keep its members in complete isolation from the outside world, and to continue to brainwash them and violate their human rights, including the right to family ties.

I am proud of my homeland that it has not and will not blush in the face of the oppression of any superpower. As the highest authority of an independent country with a rich and historical culture that has strong and devotional ties with the culture of my dear country Iran, I would like to ask you not to go under the burden of American force and to help my brother Seyyed Nafis Mozaffar Moghaddam to be able to meet his family or be in touch and also live freely and have the right to choose and experience true love which is the greatest divine gift.

With respect,
Samineh Sadat Mozaffar Moqaddam, the suffering sister of Seyyed Nafis Mozaffar Moqaddam

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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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MEK Families Petition Addressing Albanian PM , A Unique Opportunity To Take Control

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petition addressed to Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama has reached over ten thousand signatures. The petition was created by estranged families who need help to contact their loved ones trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) cult’s closed camp ‘Ashraf 3’ in Albania. The families are demanding that PM Rama ensures they get this contact. Now with the global coronavirus pandemic affecting Albania as elsewhere, they are even more urgently concerned to have news about the fate of their loved ones.

The families have tried for decades to find ways to have news of their relatives – including taking the dangerous journey to the gates of MEK’s Camp Ashraf in Iraq after the 2003 defeat of Saddam Hussein. The MEK’s policy of forced divorce and separation of families has meant this has not been possible. It was hoped that the move to the more open western country Albania might give the families a better chance to visit their loved ones. Unfortunately, after 2016, the Trump administration allowed the MEK to corral the ordinary members back inside a closed and isolated camp in Manez, Durres county, where they are kept incommunicado.

In addition to the Trump administration’s support for the MEK, the government of Albania also capitulated to the MEK leaders’ demands, turning a blind eye to the conditions of modern slavery which characterise this group. Indeed, although they are said to be refugees, neither the government of Albania nor the UNHCR take any responsibility for the MEK members. Ex-members appealing for help are told by the UNHCR and the Interior Ministry that their existence in Albania is governed by an agreement that allows the MEK to take charge of all the people transferred from Iraq; they are entirely reliant on support from the MEK itself. This suits leader Maryam Rajavi very well. It is imperative for her to exert total control over the members since she has re-purposed her former combatants in Iraq to keyboard warriors in Albania where the MEK now runs a notorious click farm. Rajavi does whatever she can to prevent the members from leaving, no matter their state of health or willingness to work.

In the petition, the families – the elderly parents, siblings, cousins and children of the members – have appealed to Edi Rama to be granted visas to travel to Albania to search for their loved ones. These have so far been refused. But preventing the members from having contact with their families is just one element in a panoply of tactics designed to prevent defections. The MEK members have been denied the identity papers, travel documents and work permits which would enable them to live independently. This means that those who have managed to leave the MEK cannot work, cannot get a driving license and cannot even open a bank account to allow their families to transfer funds to cover their basic sustenance. These conditions of forced dependence are all part of a deliberate scheme to close every possible door to help from outside the MEK.

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But the blatant human rights and justice implications of hosting a slave camp on its territory that has been largely swept under the carpet by corrupt politicians and media in Albania, has now become an urgent matter because of the coronavirus pandemic. The MEK members did not choose to live in Albania but were brought en masse under an agreement between the MEK, U.S., Albania and the UNHCR. Once in Albania they were herded into the camp and kept isolation there. In Albania, there is a refusal at government and local level to acknowledge them as individual people and grant them rights – they are dealt with only as a group.

According to investigative journalist Gjergji Thanasi, who reports from Durres county where MEK is based, and where the worst of the coronavirus outbreak has been recorded, the Albanian Ministry of Health “deals with Camp Ashraf 3 as if it does not exist. There is not a single line in the Durres Municipality health officials’ paperwork written about the camp and its residents. No Albanian health official has ever entered the camp.” The group is therefore inaccessible and unaccountable. This means that no matter how hard epidemiologists may be working to trace the contacts of positive cases throughout the country, the MEK will not submit to allow Health Ministry staff inside the camp to test or treat the individuals there. Based on its past behaviour, the MEK is also unlikely to register deaths inside the camp as COVID-19 related as this would itself force the involvement of the local health authorities. This makes the group an unsafe entity for the general citizenship of Albania and in particular the residents of Manez and the greater Durres county, the epicentre for the virus in that country.

This is a thorny issue for PM Rama. On one hand he must kowtow to the demands of the Trump administration which continues to support the MEK. President Trump and Secretary of State Pompeo have been happy to use MEK disinformation and propaganda emanating from the troll farm in Camp Ashraf to boost their anti-Iran agendas. On the other hand, Albania’s aspirations to join the European Union are hampered in part by the MEK presence there.  The EU’s tolerance of the MEK ran out in 2018 when an alleged bomb plot brought the MEK’s conflict with Iran to the heart of Europe, forcing France, Belgium, Denmark and Germany to look afresh at the security implications of allowing the MEK a free rein in their countries. As a result, MEK leader Maryam Rajavi was obliged to relocate to a new headquarters in Albania, and MEK activities in the EU were severely curtailed, particularly public demonstrations and gatherings. As long as the MEK remain in Albania, the EU will not accept them returning through the back door by allowing Albania to join the union.

In a strange way then, the pandemic offers an opportunity for PM Rama to address this issue once and for all. To deal with the MEK not as a political or terrorist problem but instead as a social problem. The petition of the families points to an obvious solution to this problem: allow the families of MEK members to make contact with them and help them individually. But this relies on the acknowledgement of government that MEK poses a threat to Albanian society, along with the willingness to deal decisively with them. This is possible. But will PM Rama have the courage and wisdom to take this opportunity?

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