Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In Greece

Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In Greece

Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In GreeceGjergji Thanasi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania, January 31 2022:… This concerns Mehdi Mazloomi and Bahman Rahimi. The Greeks, given the proverb that the leopard cannot change its spots (the wolf changes its hair, but does not forget its habits), fear the participation of these two Mojahedin in terrorist acts in the territory of the Hellenic Republic or the use of this territory to undertake terrorist acts in other EU countries or in allied countries of Greece (NATO member countries). Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In Greece

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Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In Greece

Manez Mujahedin Repeat Clandestine Trafficking In Greece

Gazeta Impakt

By Gjergji Thanasi

Translated by Iran Interlink

Muxhahedinët e Manzës përsëri trafik klandestinësh me Greqinë

The arrest of two senior commanders of the Iranian Mojahedin resident in Manez (Durrës), by the Albanian police for drug and human trafficking and trafficking, unfortunately did not deter the former MEK terrorists locked in Camp Ashraf 3 Manez. پ

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The intervention of American diplomats in Tirana with the Albanian judiciary to close down this affair of the MEK charged with drugs and people trafficking apparently served the MEK as an incentive to continue the profitable trafficking of human beings. For more, you can consult the public statement of the prominent analyst Andi Bushati.

I learned from my fellow Greek journalists that the Attica Prefecture police as well as the E.K.A.M. (Greek special anti-terror police) were very alarmed when they learned from operational sources that two members of this organization, the former terrorist organization MEK located in a camp near Durrës, has been trafficking in Greece for many years.

This concerns Mehdi Mazloomi and Bahman Rahimi. The Greeks, given the proverb that the leopard cannot change its spots (the wolf changes its hair, but does not forget its habits), fear the participation of these two Mojahedin in terrorist acts in the territory of the Hellenic Republic or the use of this territory to undertake terrorist acts in other EU countries or in allied countries of Greece (NATO member countries).

According to Greek journalists, these two members of the former terrorist organization are trying to contact established Afghan criminal gangs in Athens to obtain forged European identification documents. Greek colleagues had only one photo from many years ago of Mehdi Mazloomi with his mother. This photo is attached to my post for illustration.

The continuation of trafficking by MEK members and commanders in Albania opens additional troubles for my Homeland and creates problems with the EU and NATO allies. As a journalist, but also as an Albanian patriot, I call on the director of the State Police, Mr Gledis Nano (former director of anti-terrorism), to urgently verify whether the above two persons are still in Camp Ashraf in Manez, or have cracked the thorn and Greek journalists are right to sound the alarm about human trafficking (by active members of a former terrorist organization) there?

Such verification is not difficult at all, because during the dictatorship even the chickens of agricultural cooperatives had an inventory. I believe that the Albanian police has an exact “inventory” of how many and who are the MEKs housed in Ashraf 3, so it is easy to find out if the two above-mentioned are still in Camp Ashraf 3 or …

As an American philanthropist, I publicly ask DCM Demian Smith at the US Embassy in Tirana to exercise all his influence with the proper intention that the Rajavi Cult ceases all openly illegal activities that take place in the territory of the Republic of Albania.

I am absolutely certain that such an action by DCM Smith would serve to strengthen the excellent Albanian-American relations. After all, the English proverb also applies to us Albanians: “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.

Albania now really needs the Rajavi Cult to end all the evil activity that it commits on Albanian soil, abusing the generosity and hospitality of Albanians!

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MEK Terrorists In Albania – Exit Brought you in 2021

MEK Terrorists In AlbaniaExit, Tirana, Albania, January 07 2022:…  Members of MEK, an Iranian mercenary ex-terrorist organisation based in Albania, had been arrested for crimes including drug trafficking, money laundering and human smuggling. Official documents shown to Exit show a senior police official notifying a foreign diplomat of the situation. The embassy in question failed to give an on the record response to questions from Exit regarding the alleged rap sheet of charges against MEK members . MEK Terrorists In Albania 

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Here is a roundup of some of the breaking news, exclusives, and most powerful stories Exit brought you during 2021:

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MEK members allegedly involved in criminal activity

One of the most controversial stories of the year was the revelation that members of MEK, an Iranian mercenary ex-terrorist organisation based in Albania, had been arrested for crimes including drug trafficking, money laundering and human smuggling. Official documents shown to Exit show a senior police official notifying a foreign diplomat of the situation. The embassy in question failed to give an on the record response to questions from Exit regarding the alleged rap sheet of charges against MEK members, none of which have resulted in prosecution.

Afghan women knitting to heal their trauma

More than 2000 Afghan refugees are currently staying in Albania while they wait for their visas to the US and Canada to be processed. Exit visited Shengjin, a coastal resort in the north, to interview some. We found that many women suffering significant trauma and uncertainty have turned to sewing and knitting as a way to build community, be creative, and heal.

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Rajavi Cult Members Arrested For Drug Trafficking

Rajavi Cult Members Arrested For Drug TraffickingAlice 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 

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Iranian Exiles in Albania Arrested for Drug Trafficking and Human Smuggling

Members of MEK, the exiled Iranian opposition group that has been granted refuge in Albania since 2013, have been arrested for drug trafficking, people smuggling, and money laundering, according to an official document seen by Exit.

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The document, addressed to a foreign diplomatic recipient, bearing the signature and stamp of the Director of the Criminal Police Department in the State Police, gives 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.

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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Also reported by Tasnim News
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TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO or MEK) terrorist group have been arrested for drug trafficking, people smuggling, and money laundering, according to an official document seen by Albania Newspaper Exit.

The document, addressed to a foreign diplomatic recipient, bearing the signature and stamp of the Director of the Criminal Police Department in the State Police, gives details of a serious rap sheet of offences, reportedly involving MEK members.

It states that two members of the MEK, along with Albanian and Greek accomplices, were apprehended for direct involvement in human trafficking. On July 11, 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 the MEK from Albania to France.

But that is not all. On July 18, 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 organizing 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.

The MEK (or MKO) terrorist organization, otherwise known as the People’s Mujahedin, has a record of assassinating around 12,000 high ranking Iranian officials.

One of the most terrible of such terrorist attacks by the MEK was the 1981 bombing of the Islamic Republic Party’s headquarters in Tehran. During the attack, the head of Iran’s Supreme Court, Ayatollah Mohammad Hossein Beheshti, along with 72 of his companions were killed. Many of them were either parliamentarian or held ministerial positions in the cabinet.

Although the designation has since been lifted, it was previously considered a terrorist organization by the EU, Canada, the US, and Japan. They now enjoy widespread support and even protection by the EU and the US and have been granted refuge in Albania since 2013.

The US government requested the group, in exile, be settled in Albania in 2013, but MEK initially rejected the offer. They eventually agreed to relocate 3,000 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.

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