Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushoverAtefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, August 15 2020:… Ehsan Bidi is now free in Albania, and Albanian officials have apologized to him, but this is just the beginning. In addition to Mr. Ehsan Bidi and his unparalleled one-year resistance, thanks to political activist Mr. Olsi Yazeji, journalist Mr. Gjergji Thanasi, and lawyer Ms. Migena Balla, and many other Albanian politicians, journalists, and lawyers who have worked in this direction and of course, they were insulted, slandered and threatened by the Rajavi cult, as well as the former members’ activities in Albania and the families in Europe. Rajavi’s conspiracy could not have been thwarted without their tireless efforts. Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi a pushover

Ehsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government CollusionEhsan Bidi Victim of MEK and Albanian Government Collusion

Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

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Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

Atefeh Nadalian

Lawyer Ms. Atefeh Nadalian

The complicity of corrupt elements of the security services, the Albanian government and the Rajavi terrorist cult with the intervention of the US embassy is not hidden from anyone. Iranian diplomats and journalists have been expelled from Albania for alleged security reasons, based on information given solely by the MEK. And this has become the sole propaganda platform of the Rajavi cult, for which Trump has expressed his satisfaction with the Albanian government.

Maryam Rajavi, who considered herself successful in carrying out such conspiracies and used this excuse to suppress dissidents in her organization and linked any criticism and opposition to her to the Ministry of Intelligence of Iran and security issues, this time created a plan for Ehsan Bidi, a former member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and an asylum seeker.

Corrupt elements in the Albanian security police, who easily covered up even the murders by the Rajavi cult in their third camp, this time, went to silence the voice of a former member who had made revelations and encouraged other dissident members to make revelations.

Ehsan Bidi left the MEK in Iraq about seven years ago and tried to reach Europe, where he was imprisoned in Egypt and finally entered Albania as a refugee with the intervention of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

In Albania, he endured all kinds of pressures, all of which originated from the Rajavi terrorist cult, and was even threatened and harassed by the mercenaries of the Rajavi cult, but he did not give up and was determined to expose the inhuman nature of Rajavi to everyone.

Finally, in August of last year, Ehsan Bidi, who had a ten-year residence permit as well as a work permit, was illegally arrested by corrupt elements in the security services and the Albanian government without charge. The aim was to expel him from Albania and send him to Iran, and an attempt was made to force Ehsan Bidi to sign such a request so that it could be done easily. But he was tough as nails and resisted.

Devil Lives In Tirana . Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult)

Maryam Rajavi imagined that Ehsan Bidi was similar to an Iranian diplomat or journalist who could easily be framed and expelled from Albania by giving large bribes to corrupt elements and bringing the US embassy to the square and shouting victory.

Albania wants to join the European Union in order to solve its growing economic problems, and in return, the European Union wants the Albanian government to resolve the current corruption in the judiciary, the police and the government and to bring itself closer to the desired European standards.

A year passed and the issue of Ehsan Bidi was brought to the attention of many legal and human rights circles. The Rajavi cult could not carry out its conspiracy in this one case, and the task became much more difficult for them. The Albanian government was forced to withdraw due to considerations in Europe.

Collusion Against Ehsan Bidi . Corrupt Albanian Officials And MEK

Ehsan Bidi is now free in Albania, and Albanian officials have apologized to him, but this is just the beginning. He will certainly speak more, in detail and at appropriate times. Of course, it goes without saying that the Rajavi cult was so sure of the work of the corrupt elements in the Albanian security apparatus that it published the news of Ehsan Bidi’s illegal expulsion from Albania and fed it to the paid media.

In addition to Mr. Ehsan Bidi and his unparalleled one-year resistance, thanks to political activist Mr. Olsi Yazeji, journalist Mr. Gjergji Thanasi, and lawyer Ms. Migena Balla, and many other Albanian politicians, journalists, and lawyers who have worked in this direction and of course, they were insulted, slandered and threatened by the Rajavi cult, as well as the former members’ activities in Albania and the families in Europe. Rajavi’s conspiracy could not have been thwarted without their tireless efforts.

Atefeh Nadalian

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Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

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A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!Atefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, July 13 2020:… Saddam Hussein’s regime was widely regarded as the sole state supporter of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult). Massoud Rajavi went to Iraq in June 1986 after meeting with then Iraqi Foreign Minister and Vice President Tariq Aziz, and moved his forces there, forming the National Liberation Army as a ‘private army’ in Saddam Hussein’s military and security system. At that time Iraq became the main stronghold of the MEK, and Saddam Hussein became the only state supporter of Massoud Rajavi and his armed forces. A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

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A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

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Atefeh Nadalian

Lawyer Ms. Atefeh Nadalian

Saddam Hussein’s regime was widely regarded as the sole state supporter of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult). Massoud Rajavi went to Iraq in June 1986 after meeting with then Iraqi Foreign Minister and Vice President Tariq Aziz, and moved his forces there, forming the National Liberation Army as a ‘private army’ in Saddam Hussein’s military and security system.

At that time Iraq became the main stronghold of the MEK, and Saddam Hussein became the only state supporter of Massoud Rajavi and his armed forces. Rajavi was actively involved in the Iran-Iraq war, though on the side of the aggressor enemy and against the border guards and defenders of the homeland, and because of this great national betrayal, he became extremely hated by the Iranian people. He destroyed what was left of his popular base in exchange for Saddam Hussein’s substantial support for gaining power in Iran.

This situation continued until the coalition forces invaded Iraq in 2003 and Saddam Hussein was toppled. During this period Massoud Rajavi and his forces continued their terrorist activities inside Iran with the full support of the Ba’athist regime in Iraq. The fall of the dictator in Baghdad brought about dramatic changes for the MEK. Massoud Rajavi’s time was over and he was forced into hiding. Maryam Rajavi went to Paris as the new figurehead of the cult, and the MEK forces in Iraq were disarmed and corralled into a single US guarded camp.

The MEK leaders had enjoyed extremely good conditions in Iraq under Saddam Hussein and were able to gather their forces in isolated and remote camps where they could cut off members’ contact with the outside world, especially with their families and friends.

After the fall of Saddam Hussein, each successive sovereign government of Iraq, one after another, called for the expulsion of the MEK as a threat to national security. Rajavi did his best to stay in Iraq and not lose Ashraf garrison and the border with Iran; he hoped that a spark would re-ignite the war between the two countries. He even opened an account for the US invasion of Iran and planned the conditions for entering the country. Finally, after many hardships, the rest of the MEK left Iraq in late summer 2016 and arrived in Albania under an unconventional agreement. Albania was the only country ready to accept them. Members of the organization were admitted collectively without proper asylum status or travel documents in violation of UN rules.

Unlike in Iraq, the MEK in Albania did not have an isolated and remote camp to gather in. This was not sustainable for the organization as it experienced a daily decline with tens of members deserting the group. The original plan was for Albania to be the mediator country and from there the process of deradicalization, rehabilitation and distribution of the MEK combatants into various European and American countries would begin. Accordingly, a number of them were accepted by the United States. But with the emergence of the Trump administration and the rise to power of warmongers such as John Bolton, this trend changed and the MEK were moved to a US-provided camp, where the leaders were able again to impose coercive methods of control in the same way as Camp Ashraf in Iraq. Interestingly, this new camp was given the name Ashraf 3 – an acknowledged continuation of Ashraf’s infamous and notorious garrison in Iraq.

In Iraq under Saddam Hussein, Rajavi and his cult had restrictions imposed on them because of national security issues. They were not allowed to leave their camps. Their movement outside the camp for essential matters such as visiting doctors or attending hospital was possible only with the escort of Estekhbarat (the Intelligence Protection Organization of the military and law enforcement forces) agents. They did not have the right to communicate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Members of Parliament, Ministers, government officials, businessmen, police officers, municipal authorities, and so on. They were limited to communicating with the Ministry of Defense and the Army. They were not even allowed to communicate with the Mokhaberat (Intelligence and Security Organization). They were not allowed to refer to the Iraqi media and citizens. Even to buy their necessities, they had to act through army intelligence officers who were permanently stationed in the MEK garrisons. They had no right to engage in any economic, social, political, or propaganda activities inside Iraq, and were entirely under the control of Iraqi military intelligence. The routine meetings of Massoud Rajavi and other leaders of the organization took place only with officials of this body and they resolved all their issues through it. Even to leave the country or enter Iraq, they had to go through this channel and not through the normal and official channels of the country. Immediately after accepting the ceasefire between Iran and Iraq under Saddam Hussein, Iranians could easily obtain visas and visit Iraq. Instead of restricting all Iranian citizens, the government restricted the MEK.

But the MEK face no such restrictions in Albania. The open hand that Edi Rama – at what cost and for whose interests it is not clear – has given to the MEK in his country has allowed the MEK to extend its malign influence into every aspect of the country’s governance, while ordinary Iranians are banned from visiting the country. The MEK are free to protest against an article in the Gazeta Impakt that they did not like, and write an open letter, shamelessly calling for legal action against it, and Albanian citizens such as civil rights activist Olsi Jazexhi, lawyer Migena Balla, and journalist Gjergji Thanasi, have been threatened and slandered for displeasing the MEK. Was Rajavi allowed to act in this manner against Saddam Hussein?

It is worth noting then that Albania’s Prime Minister, Edi Rama, has taken a step further than Saddam Hussein to support the Rajavi Cult, to the point where he has endangered the national security of his country and even Europe. If Edi Rama has real authority to govern his country and does not – as it appears he does – have to obey the demands of foreigners, he needs to think a little harder about his country’s national interests and think about why Saddam Hussein had limited the MEK in Iraq so much and why subsequent Iraqi governments after Saddam Hussein insisted on expelling the MEK from Iraq? The answer to this question would certainly serve to enlighten Albanian public opinion and clarify the nature of their current government.

Atefeh Nadalian

A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open LetterAtefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, July 02 2020:… The websites affiliated to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, or Rajavi cult) have published an article titled ‘An open letter from a number of members of the MEK in Ashraf 3 in Manza to the Albanian officials’ on June 24, 2020, signed by a number of cult members. The focus of the cult members’ attack is “an Albanian-language website called Gazeta Impakt”. The crime committed by this site apparently is that it reflects the desires of the suffering families of the members of the Rajavi cult to communicate with their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania. Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter 

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

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Rajavi cult (MEK, MKO) reveals its own nature in an open letter

Review of the open letter of some members of the MEK to Albanian officials

The websites affiliated to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, or Rajavi cult) have published an article titled ‘An open letter from a number of members of the MEK in Ashraf 3 in Manza to the Albanian officials’ on June 24, 2020, signed by a number of cult members.

Reviewing this open letter reveals some facts about the reactionary nature of the leaders of the Rajavi cult. In the letter, along with dealing with various irrelevant topics, the main problem of the cult is mentioned.

The focus of the cult members’ attack is “an Albanian-language website called Gazeta Impakt”. The crime committed by this site apparently is that it reflects the desires of the suffering families of the members of the Rajavi cult to communicate with their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania.

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Seemingly, this very big crime is enough to threaten the cultic attitude and authoritarian system of the Rajavi cult so that it considers Gazeta Impakt’s coverage as a big security conspiracy against the residents of the isolated and remote camp of the MEK in Albania, and therefore asks the Albanian judiciary to prosecute and suppress this site and its management. The site has been measured by the cult as endangering the security of the MEK.

The letter addressed to Albanian officials, in an authoritative tone, complains against civil activist Olsi Jazexhi, lawyer Migena Balla, and journalist Gjergji Thanasi about why these people in Albania have freedom of expression, and why they are not like some corrupt officials serving the Mafia and the MEK, or rather the US Embassy in Tirana.

According to the cult, these people have other crimes as well. They have also sympathized with the former MEK members in Albania, who the MEK and the Albanian government are trying to pressurize. And they have expressed their sympathies for the family of Somayeh Mohammadi and other families who have arrived in Albania.

This letter clearly reveals the nature and image of the MEK. Suppose that Massoud and Maryam Rajavi get to rule in Iran and a person or a site states something that they do not like, then what happens? The person will definitely be called a terrorist and their action judged as a conspiracy against security, and then the person will be prosecuted and condemned.

When elderly mothers, fathers, and spouses who simply want to communicate with their loved ones in the Rajavi cult’s camp in Albania are called terrorists, who can be considered not a terrorist by the leaders of the cult?

When the actions of three ordinary Albanian citizens, expressing compassion and reflecting the wishes of the suffering families and former members are called terrorism, what sort of action would not be considered terrorism?

And when the MEK shows so much weakness and resentment against the rightful demands of the families and does not tolerate it and reacts hysterically, what kind of people’s demands of human rights and justice will it recognize and accept?

Fortunately, the leaders of the Rajavi cult are increasingly revealing their cultic and dictatorial nature.

Atefeh Nadalian 

Link to the original article (Persian)

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

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